Aadu Magaadra Bujji Movie Review

Posted : December 8, 2013 at 8:40 am IST by ManaTelugu

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Rating: 2.5/5
Film: Aadu Magaadra Bujji
Starring: Sudheer Babu,Asmita Sood,Poonam Kaur
Director: Krishnareddy Gangadhasuu
Producer: M Subbareddy, S N Reddy
Banner: Colors and Claps Entertainments
Music: Sri Kommineni

Story

Siddhu (Sudheer Babu) is a happy-go-lucky guy who falls in love with Indu (Asmita Sood). But Indu’s brother Cherry (Ranadir Batla) protects her causing trouble to Siddhu. To divert Cherry, Siddhu links Anjali to Cherry but Bujji (Ajay) an evilious man who plans to marry her bashes up Cherry and this leads a fight between Siddhu and Indu. How does Siddhu fights against Bujji and wins his love is the rest of the story.

Performances

Sudheer Babu looked good and his dances are impressive. He has improves in his expressions and carried of the role with ease. Asmitha Sood gets a vital role but she is poor in her performance. Poonam Kaur is just okay. Ajay is perfect as villain, Ranadir Gatla is impressive. Suman, Naresh characters could’ve been etched well. Others are adequate.

Technical Analysis

Music is mediocre and the background score is so-so. Cinematography by Santonio Terzio has nothing to boast of. Padmasri Nandyala’s dialogues are good. Action sequences are neatly choreographed. Krishnareddy Gangadhasu direction is not up to the mark, screenplay is bland. Editing is poor. Production values are okay.

Analysis

Aadu Magadraa Bujji is not a unique or fresh story rather we’ve seen many similar lined movies in Telugu before. For a wafer thin storyline to click, there needs to be entertaining dialogues, taut screenplay and gripping narration. Sadly, neither of these work for Aadu Magadraa Bujji and the film fell flat on its face. Although the first half is a bit okay with some hilarious scenes involving dog, the second half is quite boring with dull narration, added to it the proceeding drag on and on. The scenes lacked continuity and the second half dips down and even the twists sparks no interest to you. The director failed to utilize the cast with poorly etched characterizations. Barring few hilarious dog scenes, Aadu Magadraa Bujji doesn’t really hold your attention.

Final Verdict

Aadu Magadraa Bujji- Predictable and Boring!!!