Sudigadu Movie Review by tollywoodmotion
Allari Naresh Comedy King’s ‘Sudigaadu’ will be hitting the screens tomorrow with great expectations. Monal Gajjar is the heroine while Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao is the director. Just be a special premiere of the film so let
Kamesh (Allari Naresh) and his wife (Hema) become proud parents of a newborn dynamic and powerful who is born with a six pack body. By the time the baby is born, Thikkal Reddy (Jayaprakash Reddy) enters as the villain and became a sworn enemy of thebaby. To save the baby of Thikkal Reddy, Kamesh get his mother (Kovai Sarala) to escape Hyderabad. The baby growing in Shiva (Allari Naresh), a powerful and dynamic young seemingly invincible powers as a hero Telugu Cinema.
Shiva can stop bullets, defy time and even make Posani Krishna Murali speak intelligently. On a side note, Shiva meets Priya (Monal Gajjar) over time and falls for her. Gang members Thikkal Reddy Shiva maintain hunting and decides to fight. Also faces mysterious resistance D. Gift
How bout all powers and how is the rest of the story.
Allari Naresh is outstanding in the role of Shiva. He uses his highly successful comedy calendar and keep the fun in the movie goes right to the end. This is one of his best performances to date. Monal Gajjar okay.
Jayaprakash Reddy, Shayaji Shinde, Krishna Bhagavan and MSNarayana do a good job and manage to make the audience laugh. Brahmanandam as Jaffa Reddy is good. Kovai Sarala Hema and well. Srinivas Reddy entertains in a role that is a satire on the nature of Siddha Khaleja. Raghu Babu and Fish Venkat briefly entertain.
The strength of the film lies in brilliantly conceived parodies all theindustry biggest hits. The parodies have become an affable manner without malice and that will be enjoyed by all. Two stand out for their brilliance parodies – One TV Anchor Omkar and the other in the habit of Slapping thigh (Thoda kottadam). Omkar Parody in particular had crowds rolling in their seats with laughter. Posani Krishna Murali adds great fun for that sequence.
The film is moved at a fast pace time most pleasant and comedy gets viewers entertained. Srinivasa Rao Bheemaneni successfully integrated smart comedy in the narrative.
Climax is a disappointment for the film. Humor quotient and the entertainment factor dipped considerably in the scene should have been a highlight. The episode court should have been better designed. Furthermore, the final turn of the film was not successful as expected. Until the climax, I was having great fun but the poor end ruined the experience a bit for me.
Songs are another negative. Except for the first song, none of them reallyentertaining. They serve as speedbreakers. Romantic track between Naresh and Monal Gajjar could have been better.
The second half, especially towards the end, suffers from a slight decrease in the rate. LBSriram Kondavalasa and seem out of place in his characters.