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Kadri Venkata Reddy
Taraka Rama Rao Nandamuri,
S.V. Ranga Rao,
If I were to go on a long journey, with few prospects for entertainment, this would definitely be one of the movies that get packed in my portable hard disk. Just for its pure entertainment value, and definitely not for any award winning performances.
Very rarely does a director strike the right balance of comedy and drama, especially between the either side of the intermission. How often do we head into the intermission feeling all light and happy only to get drenched in heavy waterworks-sentiment in the second half! Venkatesh forms the backbone of the comedy track with Prakash Raj, Suhasini and Chandra Mohan donning the drama mantle. Aarti Agarwal in her debut movie manages to look pretty and shed the right amount of tears at the right times. But the revelation of the movie must be Sunil, who has given a subdued yet howlarious performance. A special mention must be made of the witty dialog by Trivikram.
A wholesome fun family movie for all seasons!
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