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Andhhagadu Movie review

Cast: Raj Tarun, Hebah Patel, Rajendra Prasad

Music: Shekar Chandra

Producer: Sunkara Ramabrahmam

Andhhagadu Movie review featuring Raj Tarun and Hebbah Patel has gotten blended reviews from the audiences, who say that the director has neglected to execute a fascinating plot.

Story:

Raj Tarun is a blind person, who grew up childhood in a orphanage. He turns into a Radio Jockey. His incidental meeting with Hebah Patel develops into friendship and after that love. Since she is an eye specialist, Tarun goes about as though he is ordinary (not visually impaired) fearing that an eye specialist may not love a visually impaired person. After Hebah finds out about Raj Tarun’s visual deficiency, she helps him get back his vision. The delight of our hero won’t keep going for long as he begins seeing an “ghost”. No one but he can see this ghost, it is of Rajendra Prasad. The ghost continues frequenting Tarun approaching him to do two murders for it. A vexed Tarun at long last accepts to do the twin killings. Whatever is left of the story is about who Rajendra Pradad is? What is his revenge? Why he has asked the assistance from just Raj Tarun?

Acting:

The lead character is customized for Raj Tarun, The youth is enhancing his acting capacities with each film. His comic timing was right on target. He appears to have done great homework to play the visually impaired character as he has indicated varieties in his body -language from when he was blind in regards to after he gets vision. Hebah Patel has made a respectable showing with regards to. She had great screen time in first half yet was restricted to just songs in the second. Her cosmetics however looked cumbersome on events. Rajendra Prasad’s character is crucial to this motion picture. Its his character that leaves an enduring effect on the audience with that stunning turn. Satya has at the end of the day without any help dealt with the fun viewpoint. Raja Ravindra has payed the primary villain character after quite a while and he was very great.

Technical: Director Srinivas scores high marks in the technical division. Despite the fact that he set aside his own sweet opportunity to set up the story, he inspired with a splendidly composed script in the second half. Dialogues likewise worked for sure. The turns and turns in the second half keep audience disregard rationale. Cinematography is engaging. Music is the greatest drawback of Andhhagadu. Superfluous and unappealing songs in the second irritated the stream of fascinating occasions.

Final Verdict :Andhhagadu is one time watchable, story arranged film which has sufficient measurement of diversion. Debutante chief Veligonda Srinivas has done a better than average work. At Telugu States’ Boxoffice, Andhhagadu may wind up as a base guarantee film.

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