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Movie is completely different from the talk spreading outside. It's not that bad. But the main issue is nobody expected that type of adult scenes from our manmadhudu. This movie would go into the audience well if it is promoted as a adult comedy entertainer. It has family moments all over but some scenes were awkward and may not go well with the family audience.
Nagarjuna's acting falls flat in so many scenes and looks artificial. Rakul was decent throughout the film. All other actors were decent. Especially senior actor Lakshmi garu did so well in emotional scenes.
Those Portuguese one liners are needless. And the actors trying to talk in pure telugu didn't work. Sometimes it's irritating too. Not much songs. Only song which chinmay sang is good.
Now let's talk about the hero of the movie VENNELA KISHORE... He is truly amazing. From scene one to the end, he entertains you thoroughly 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Especially that weed episode was truly hilarious. And another show Stealer was Rao Ramesh... His sattires were brilliant and his comic timing with vennela Kishore is also equally entertaining. They both took this film from a disaster to decent one time watch.
Story is a known one, screenplay is a bit over the top with too many scenes showcasing Nag as MANMADHUDU. If you avoid those liplocks and other double meaning scenes, it is a decent family entertainer. But this is a lesson to Nag and also director Rahul Ravindran. As a 60 yr old guy, he should select more better scripts than trying to potray himself as a younger guy.
Don't know what Rahul is thinking in his mind... The type of scenes in this movie involving women doesn't match at all with the kind of fight his wife is doing outside.
Families may watch it if they go in with open mind.
Disappointment as a film but huge thumbs up for the entertainment.
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