After being released in Tamil yesterday, DeAr, which stars Aishwarya Rajesh and GV Prakash Kumar, made its theatrical debut today throughout the twin Telugu states. Check out our review to find out how the film is.


Release Date : April 12, 2024 Rating : 2.5/5

Starring: GV Prakash Kumar, Aishwarya Rajesh

Director: Anand Ravichandran

Producers: Varun Tripuraneni, Abhishek Ramisetty, G Pruthviraj

Music Director: G V Prakash Kumar

Cinematographer: Jagadeesh Sundaramurthy

Editor: Rukesh


Arun, played by GV Prakash Kumar, is a news reader who wants to work as a well-known journalist. After marrying Deepika (Aishwarya Rajesh), he soon learns that she has sleep apnea, which is a problem for him. The central themes of the narrative are the final result and Arun’s acceptance of her predicament. Will Arun’s comprehension and acceptance of Deepika’s condition deepen their relationship or will it put their love to the test? Explore the narrative and learn their relationship’s outcome on the big screen.



Directed byAnand Ravichandran
Written byAnand Ravichandran
Produced byVarun Tripuraneni
Abhishek Ramisetty
G. Pruthviraj
StarringG. V. Prakash Kumar Aishwarya Rajesh
CinematographyJagadeesh Sundaramoorthy
Edited byRukesh
Music byG. V. Prakash Kumar
Nutmeg Productions
Distributed byRomeo Pictures
Release date11 April 2024


It is commendable that Aishwarya Rajesh took on and skillfully portrayed a difficult character.

GV Prakash does a good job portraying a man who is having trouble with his family and wife. As the mother of GV Prakash, Rohini Molleti likewise excels in her part.

You’ll be shocked if the plot revolves only around snoring and how it affects a pair. The reunification of an old couple becomes the main subject of the second half, while sleep apnea dominates the first half.

Regrettably, the sequences that deal with the problem are shallow, and the main plot drags easily. A plot like this needs emotional depth, which is conspicuously lacking.

It would have been better to establish the chemistry and character arcs of the leads. The tunes also don’t really stick in your memory.

The screenplay is written badly. Kaali Venkat, Thalaivasal Vijay, and Nandhini’s supporting roles are underdeveloped and omit potential for deeper investigation.


Overall, GV Prakash Kumar, Aishwarya Rajesh, and Rohini give mediocre performances in the romantic comedy play DeAr. The film fails in spite of their best efforts because of its poor storyline, shoddy acting, and inability to arouse true emotional depth. To have a better time this weekend, it’s a good idea to look for other entertainment options.


1. DeAr Movie Release Date?

DeAr Movie was released on 11 April 2024

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