ReviewAs a festival release, Satish Vegesna’s film offers neither intellectual entertainment nor emotional excitement.Krishna SripadaThere is a reason why we have two different words – action and overaction, with entirely different meanings. Satish Vegesna, who made the much acclaimed Shatamanam Bhavathi, comes back with a sugary syrup of a movie. Entha Manchivadavuraa, like its title, is so over-the-top that you would prefer watching Brahmotsavam again. Balu is an orphan and now he is altruistic (almost a disorder-level altruism), donning several roles to give people relationships they seek – as a brother, a grandson, a son and so on. He takes this idea one step forward to start a company called All is Well Emotion Suppliers – that gives people emotions they miss in real life. Balu is never seen charging money from any of the people who come to him, so no one knows how he manages all that travel and the posh office.