Aadi's Garam movie full review and raitng
Young hero Aadi is going through a toughest phase in his film career. His last two films were duds at the box office. His actor father Sai Kumar has...
Cast: Aadhi, Aadha Sharma, Tanikella Bharani, Naresh
Banner: SreenivaSai Screens
Editor: Karthik Srinivas
Producers: M Rajkumar, Surekha P
Young hero Aadi is going through a toughest phase in his film career. His last two films were duds at the box office. His actor father Sai Kumar has turned producer with this film.
Will Aadi get the much needed hit at least this time? Check out the full review.
Varala Babu (Adhi) is a jobless guy. He has a rival childhood friend Ravi (Chaitanya Krishna) who gets a job and leaves to Hyderabad.
Varala Babu who is poor at studies would face criticism from his father continuously. He challenges his father that he will prove himself and come back home. He leaves to Hyderabad in search of a job but he ends up falling in love with Sameera (Adah Sharma). But Sameera is already facing an issue with one Biju (Kabir). Who is Biju? Will Varala Babu prove himself as promised to his dad? Will Sameera love him? what happened to his rival Ravi? Watch the movie on the big screen to find out the reasons.
Aadi can slip into any role effortlessly. This time too he has given his honest performance. His dances and fights are impressive. Adah Sharma, who is waiting for a biggest break to reach the top actress list, stays away from the limelight as she has less scope to perform. Though the story revolves around her, this role hardly offers her an opportunity to take her one level up
Senior actors Tanikella Bharani and Naresh put in decent performances. Shakalaka Shankar and Madhu evoked laughs in between.
The Screenplay of the film is quite good in the beginning, it is not that gripping in the second off. Director Madan has failed to narrate the story in an interesting way. Editing could have been far better. Songs placement is a major spoiler for the smooth flow of the story. Production values are very good. Songs and background score are just average.
Director Madan has proved his mettle with class movies, but this time he has tried to come out with a complete mass entertainer. The director loses the plot in the mid way which picks up only in the climax. It feels that the director has used the done to death formula and throws scenes which brings more yawns.
The spoofs also fall flat and make the viewing tiresome. The beginning of the movie, interval ban and climax are major assets to the films, while dragged second half, predictable plot and songs placements are not keeping up the pace. Shakalaka Shankar half way succeeds in evoking laughs with his punch dialogues. Though Aadi gives his best performance, this film may not give him the much needed break in his career. In all, the film is an average fare.