Posani Sudhir, Regina, Naresh, Harsha vardhan, Rohini
V Selva Ganesh
R B Choudary, Ghattamaneni Priya
Sudheer was last spotted as Samantha’s brother in Ye Maya Chesave wherein he scored decent marks by getting into the skin of his character. Now, it is to be seen how far he pulls it off as a solo hero. It may be mentioned that the Ghattamaneni family did its best in promoting the actor by attending every event associated with the film.
Sudheer is a surprising package since he comes up with an unbelievable show as regards dances, fights, expressions, dialogue delivery and et al. He proves that he is here to stay and for long time, though the film marks his heroic debut. He shows off his skills so beautifully that he establishes that he is sure to give a tough competition to the younger generation heroes. Agreed that his voice sounds odd at times, but you will get used to it once the movie progresses.
Regina is fantabulous as female lead. She excels in every department of acting and carries off her responsibility with ease and élan. She leaves you with no complaints to point out at. Vennela Kishore plays heroine’s brother and is at his usual best in tickling your funny bones. He is awesome in the Pokiri spoof, in particular.
Kasi Viswanadh is good and the guy who played hero’s friend is a rage. He makes us laugh to death and will definitely come across as junior Ali in Tollywood. The comedians need to look for him as an opponent. Another highlight is hero’s mother who is so hilarious. The rest of actors are passable.
The film’s story is regular and screenplay is decent enough. Songs are good and my favourite one is Pora pora in the first-half. It is aesthetically picturized and creatively presented. Narration is quite interesting and Satya’s direction is notable. Fights are ok and dialogues are really good.
Comic elements in first act
Sudheer on few occasions
Picturization of Pora pora song
Performance by all the artistes
Lack of emotions
Lags in content
The flick offers yet another promising actor to the industry in the form of Sudheer. He meets all our expectations having come from a superstar’s family. His voice is a bit turnoff since it sounds immature and certain dialogues of his are too fast to understand. But he will better himself in the next couple of projects. His two months of experience in acting, as he claimed during the launch of the movie, did helped Sudheer in proving his mettle.
The flick actually has no strong point to make us sit all through, except for comedy, splashed in every scene in the pre-interval episode. The intermission bang too is uninteresting. The routine story is given a decent treatment, the first hour in particular, so as to add value to the efforts but the track gets lost in the second-half. The second hour half is a sentimental drama dealing with misunderstandings in love. It is presented with confused emotions and regular mind-numbing stuff that only plays havoc with our time and patience. This could have been shot crisper to make it appealing. At the end of the day, it was a courteous job from the team.
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