Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu Movie Review
Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu is a romantic comedy entertainer scripted and directed by Kishore Tirumala. The film has "Sharwanand," Rashmika Mandanna, Radhika Sarathkumar, "Urvashi," Khushbu Sundar, Vennela Kishore, P Ravishankar, Pradeep Rawat, Satya, Goparaju Ramana, Banerjee, Kalyani Natarajan, Rajasri Nair, "Jhansi," "Rajitha," Satya Krishnan, and RCM Raju in prominent roles. Sujith Sarang cranked the camera, and editing is by Sreekar Prasad. The music composition is by Devi Sri Prasad.
Chiru grows in a joint family, and he is his family's pet. He falls for Aadhya. Aadhya always respects her mother, who doesn't believe in marriage. So, she couldn't accept Chiru's ideas. How did Chiru convince his family and Aadhya's mother to marry Aadhya? The rest of the film deals with this.
Sharwa is good as a family boy, and his expressions and body language are good. Vennela Kishore is good as usual with his comedy role. Radhika, Khushbu, Urvashi, and Rashmika had done their best. The veterans impressed the audience with their expressions, especially Urvashi. Khushbu has got a solid role, and she used it well.
The story is old-fashioned. In many films, we have already seen that either the lead's father or mother will have a troubled past like being cheated by their better halves. So, they don't have any good opinion about marriage. That's what told here! With a huge star cast, the director should have given some vital roles to all the veterans. Except for Khushbu and Urvashi, great actors like Radhika didn't get a meaty role. Similarly, the emotional scenes involving Rashmika and Khushbu seem to be forced. Khushbu had already done these kinds of roles. Many scenes are easily predictable. The cinematography and editing are neat, and the music is okayish.
- The performances of the stars are neat
- Comedy scenes worked out well
- Suitable for the family audience
What's Not There?
- The story is an old fashioned one
- Stereotypical characters and some stars are not given solid roles
Though there are many loopholes in the film, such as no twists, predictable stories, and some forcedly inserted scenes, it is a decent family entertainer. With a huge star cast full of favorite stars, the makers managed to attract the audience to the theaters. Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu is watchable once!