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Telugu cinema usually comes with stories high on Masala. Such films do find a market and their target audience, besides entertaining them for long. Allu Arjun's IDDARAMMAYILATHO is a similarly power packed action entertainer, that is not only high on entertainment, but it also a visually crisp like never seen before film. Yes, it's so good.
The film showcases my favourite Telugu actor Allu Arjun in a powerful action avatar, that is strong enough to have a good impact. Amala Paul also delivers a neat performance. Catherine Tresa gives a similarly good performance, but for the most part has nothing to do except in glamorous scenes. Shawar Ali as the villain is OK. Subbaraju too is good.
The action scenes are the biggest plus points of the film. All the fights of this film are choreographed and executed in martial arts style, and is too stylized that the youth would surely love it. The locations of the film are another major plus point of the film. The romantic track in the film never goes overboard and the film manages to hold the viewer till the end. However, at few places, this ride slows down a little at a few places.
The comedy track of Brahmanandam and Ali was not needed at all. It just simply adds to the length of the film. Besides, a few scenes in the second half interrupt the basic story, but just as the basic twist is revealed, the film regains it's speed and goes on to manage it till the end.
The visual effects department needs to be praised for bringing every single bit of the film in detail. Even a single drop of blood is shown in an amazing and neat way. The use of slow motion in fights just makes them more brilliant and effective. Sound effects are also terrific and spellbinding.
Overall, IDDARAMMAYILATHO is a power packed film from Puri Jagannadh and Allu Arjun that emerges as a sureshot winner, and an entertainer, of course. Although the film is good enough to work with all ages, the film will be best enjoyed by the youth. Simply go for it!
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