young heroes, manchu vishnu and raj tharun have teamed up to create a hilarious animator titled edorakam adorakam. The film, which also stars Sonarika and Hebah Patel, hits screens today. let’s see how it turns out.
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arjun(vishnu) is a happy and lucky young man who marries neelaveni(sonarika) without the consent of his father(rajendra prasad). The twist in the story comes when Neelaveni decides to get away from her brother (Abhimanyu Singh) and rents the upper part of Arjun’s house without her knowledge.
With no other choice, Arjun introduces his best friend Ashwin (Raj Tharun) as Neelaveni’s husband to his family. the rest of the story is how both arjun and ashwin handle this big mess and where hebah patel appears in all this setup.
The story of the film is quite good and there is room for a lot of comedy. Rajendra Prasad is the highlight of the film as her character has been superbly executed. If it wasn’t for the veteran actor’s expressions and the comedy timing, the movie would have been a flop.
vishnu manchu looks handsome and does his job very well. he doesn’t go overboard and stays true to his character and runs the proceedings in an entertaining way. Raj Tharun plays his supporting role well and follows the flow of the film. all the scenes of him with posani provoke good laughs.
The first half of the movie is decent and the interval is very well set. the mix up comedy created and all the scenes between ravi babu and rajendra prasad are good. there are some funny moments and the comedy of confusion created around the wives brings some laughs.
Although this film is a typical commercial film, certain liberties the team has taken go a bit overboard. Though Sonarika does well, she seems like a misfit in her hometown role and a better heroine could have done wonders. hebah patel doesn’t have much to do in the movie and he looks weird.
After an interesting interval, the way the twist and second half begin lacks depth. the movie loses steam during the second half when some unnecessary scenes and strong comedy take center stage. the adult comedy in certain scenes gets out of hand.
Raj Tharun looks a bit subdued in his role and his character could have been elevated a bit more. there is no proper emotion in most proceedings. the climax stretches too far and goes overboard.
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sai karthik’s music and background score are pretty decent. the dialogues are funny and the lyrics too. the editing is elegant, but the climax could have easily been edited in many areas. camera work and production values are decent as the movie looks pretty good on screen.
as for director g nageswara reddy, the way he has set the telugu nativity remake is interesting. his sole aim was to entertain the audience through lots of confusing comedy and he succeeds most of the time. Though he occasionally goes off the charts with some over-the-top goofy comedy, he manages to narrate the movie well.
edorakam adorakam is a movie that will attract b&c centers in a big way. Although the film goes overboard at times and defies logic in many areas, it does have some very entertaining elements that will go down well with many. if you are looking to pass the time and want to have a good time this weekend then try this movie and you will be quite entertained.
123telugu.com rating: 3.25/5 reviewed by 123telugu team
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