Rowdy Boys Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Dil Raju
- Shirish Reddy
- Sree Harsha Konuganti
- Anupama Parameshwaran
- Music Composer:
- The leads have a good on-screen chemistry
- Visuals and music are impressive
- There are a lot of logical loopholes
- The second half should have been better
Rowdy Boys is scripted and directed by Sree Harsha Konuganti. Dil Raju and Shirish produced the film. Devi Sri Prasad composed the music. Madhie cranked the camera and editing is by Madhu. Ashish Reddy, Anupama Parameshwaran, Karthik Ratnam, Vikram Sahidev, Srikanth Aiyyengar and Tej Kurapati are cast in main roles.
Akash is an engineering student, and Kavya is a medical college student. They both fell in love with each other. Due to an issue between the colleges, Akash and Kavya are forced by the situation to decide their life. What was their decision? Did they complete their studies and move to the next step in life? The rest of the story deals with it.
Ashish Reddy’s performance is quite decent. Anupama has done an excellent job in the limited scope role. Sahidev Vikram is impressive with his performance.
The plot is not new to Tollywood. The first half is engaging with a paced screenplay. But that’s not the case in the second half. The comedy scenes are not penned well, and they are forcedly inserted to make a good appeal, which didn’t happen. Anupama’s role is not meaty, although the actress did her best. Similarly, the combination scenes between the leads are not newly made, and they are referred from popular scenes of the hit films. The visuals are incredible, and the songs are pretty good. The BGM is neat too.
What’s Not There?
The director should have tried something fresh with a beautiful pair of lead stars. Although there are some logical loopholes, the film has some feel-good moments. Rowdy Boys – watchable once!