He shows freeness as far as body language is concerned and it works in favour of this kind of masala movies. Prudhvi who is in his best phase is superbly entertaining and Prabhas Seenu has done his part well. The villain takes a back seat until the director is done churning out a couple of romantic numbers. He solves the issue but then comes the twist: Indu told a lie about her identity. After watching this film, it seems like a very good decision.
Analysis: A hurt comedian Prudhviraj becomes a game-changer. These kind of movies can be bearable to watch if it provides some comedy. The comic element in the film is provided by Posani Krishna Murali, Brahmanandam and Pruthvi. Veerabhadrapuram Gaddappa played by Ravi Kishen is the main villain of the film. A young boy writes the name of his father on a slate. Prudhvi is fab in few scenes.
It's now up to Kalyan to defeat Gadappa Ravi Kishan at his own game. Comedy works in bits and pieces, but it is not strong enough to ignore the weaknesses of the film. Kalyan is comparatively good and there is a visible difference in his dialogue delivery and body language, this time. It's a commercial entertainer with a good dose of fun and emotion and family entertainer. Kalyan Ram has evolved and how! Even big stars are not able to pull off such routine fare nowadays. He comes across Indu Kajal Aggarwal while roaming in Bangalore and falls for her. When the hero stalks Indhu, she shows mock irritation.
The funniest scene is when a woman flies in the air and beats the goon up. Although the story might seem like centered on her, she has very little to do. She is awesome in the song 'Most Wanted Abbayi' and that's all. Prudhvi takes care of entertainment in the second hour. He is bound to win the elections, for there is no good man like him who can rule the village and help them develop. Indu Kajal somehow features in all the selfies that Kalyan Kalyan and his family take in Bangalore.
Due to a land encroachment issue with Gadappa, Kalyan Ram lays a bet with Kajal and how he goes about winning the bet to win the love of Kajal forms first half of the film. A hurt banker Gundu Sudarshan helps the hero by going out of his way to defraud the villain of Rs. Kalyan says he will solve the issue and if the results are positive, Indu should accept his proposal. Doubles entenders in these sequences. Debutant director Upendra Madhav gives two hoots for such valuable lessons. He falls in love with a girl , who ridicules his belief and leaves him. Kajal really needs no words of praise for we know how talented the actress is.
Kalyan Ram has improved a lot with his performance and mouth all the mass dialogues with ease. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines. Nagineedu is there to deliver some cliched lines with his heavy-duty tone. Mani Sharma has given a couple of catchy numbers. Kalyan Ram is fine playing a role that allows him to play to the galleries. Story: Kalyan Kalyan Ram is a man with a golden heart. So you have the man stalking her into believing they are a match made in heaven and despite Kajal telling him repeatedly she doesn't believe in such things, he is adamant.
Kajal Agarwal has a limited role to play and she is alright. He proposes to her but Indu rejects him and sets off to her village. Just before the intermission comes a shocking reveal about Indu, but this is not new either. There are only four songs in the movie composed by Mani Sharma of which Hey Indu is a good number. The rest of the actors have nothing much to do. . She will love him should he tame a land shark.
Tollywood has decided to make David Vs Goliath fights look like a joke. The tyre comes off so beautifully that if it could really be done, it will make changing tyres a breeze. Kajal Aggarwal is largely wasted in a hackneyed role. Weak Comedy Contrived Emotion Predictable Screenplay Alternative Take Keeping the commercial setup fully in mind, better comedy blocks would have made the movie a entertaining watch. That way he wins Indhu's heart. Brahmanandam and Vennela Kishore lack the spark. The action then shifts from an urban backdrop to the village of Veerabhadrapuram where Gadappa Ravi Kishen , a ruthless politician, has been consistently winning the elections for decades against his arch rival Nagappa Jayaprakash Reddy and his family.
Even then, the songs interfere with the narrative. The initial scenes can be excused if the real drama opens up later in an engaging way. A time pass movie that reminds you of pataas in some places. Prasad Murella's cinematography is okayish. The villain takes a back seat until the director is done churning out a couple of romantic numbers.
The second half of the movie starts on a predictable note as one would expect. Dialogues are good and lyrics are well written by Ramajogaiah Sastry and Kasarla Syam. How fate conspires to bring them together forms the crux of the story of the flick. Here director Upendra Madhav inserts songs shot abroad. The pre-climax and climax are passable, at best as the villain looks like a joke by that time. Watch this film is you are a fan of Pratham and his antics.