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Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Telugu Movie Review | 123telugu.com

aadavallu meeku joharlu has been promoted a lot in recent days. the film starring sharwa and rashmika has hit the screens today. let’s see how it is.

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history

chiru(sharwa) is born and raised in a close family. Since he is the only son, everyone spoils him a lot. but chiru falls in love with aadhya (rashmika) who blindly follows her mother (khushboo) and is forced to disbelieve in the concept of marriage. In such a situation, what will Chiru do? how will he convince aadhya’s mom? Did she impress the ladies? To find out the answers, you need to watch the movie on the big screen.

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bonus points

When it comes to fun roles, Sharwa has always done well. even in the presence of so many leading actresses, sharwa makes her presence felt and gives a good performance. her comedic timing and her body language are quite good in the movie. Vennela Kishore gets some good laughs in some scenes.

rashmika plays a subdued character in the movie and is mostly boring. but towards the end, he manages to get it right. the film is flooded with character artists and among them, urvashi has a good role and is very emotional. Radhika and the rest of the supporting cast are doing pretty well.

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khushboo gets a meaty role and does well as rashmika’s mother. The romantic track between Sharwa and Rashmika elicits some laughs in the first half. emotions at climax are fine.

negative points

There is absolutely nothing new in the story. a boy who falls in love with a girl who doesn’t want to get married because of her mother’s past, that plot is old. the only difference here is the presence of some prominent actors in key roles.

There is no chemistry between Sharwa and Rashmika and their bond seems weak throughout the film. the love story is half done and should have been raised higher for things to be effective in the second half.

The presence of so many ladies in the film also doesn’t create much of an impact as actors like Radhika don’t have much to do. the climax also drags for no reason and ends without much emotion.

The movie is filled with so many predictable scenes and you know exactly what’s going to happen. As far as novelty, there is nothing new and the key emotions of khushboo and rashmika seem forced.

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technical aspects

dsp’s music is quite good as all the songs have been shot quite well too. the dialogues are decent and so was the production design. the editing is fine, but the bgm was routine. the camera work is fine, as are the production values.

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referring to the director kishore tirumala, he has done an acceptable job with the film. his story is old but he narrated it in a funny way in the first half. but the second fails because kishore didn’t establish the key character of khushboo to raise emotions.

a key character like rashmika and his conflict in life is not presented well. kishore tirumala has made sure to touch on key aspects of this family drama in a simple way so that the audience doesn’t get bored. but that’s where emotions fail.

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verdict

Overall, aadavallu meeku joharlu is a passable family drama that has some decent moments. While the story and narrative are old, the comedy, songs, and some thrills make this movie worth watching. the only thing we suggest is that you enter with the minimum expectations so that you can enjoy the film.

123telugu.com rating: 3/5

reviewed by 123telugu team

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