CAST & CREW
Plot: Varaala Babu (Aadi) is a careless boy and poor in studies. His father feels shameful due to his activities. He hates Ravi ( Chaitanya Krishna Chaitanya Krishna is a popular Telugu star, who ha >> Read More... ), an obedient boy because his father has always compared him with Ravi. As time passes, Ravi settles in Hyderabad with a good job.
On the other hand, Varaala being careless is still jobless. He too leaves for Hyderabad on the pretext of finding a job but ends up falling in love with a Muslim girl, Sameera ( Adah Sharma Adah Sharma is an Indian actress and a model. She >> Read More... ). But Later it is learned that his real motive to move to Hyderabad is something else.
And it is related to his friend Ravi. He also finds that there is a connection between Ravi and Sameera. Now the question is how Varaala will help his friend Ravi? How are Ravi and Sameera connected? What about the love story of Ravi and Sameera? Answers to all these forms the rest of the story.
Analysis: The movie from beginning to end is a big flop. There are a few twists, but they fail to bind the audience. From direction, to acting to technicians all have disappointed in this movie. Madan is a good writer, but he has failed as a director. He has failed to make the best of some of the good actors. Sai’s this productional venture has failed to save his son's drowning career. The writing is the real villain as it bounds all the cast and restrains them to uplift the movie. Editing, Cinematography could have saved the story a bit but they also just added to the casualties.
Star Performance: Aadi is a good actor but has chosen a wrong movie. He needs to do some serious stuff instead of such scripts. Madan's direction in this movie is pathetic. The story is a major drawback. Adah Sharma, Brahmanandam, Shakalaka Shankar Shakalaka Shankar is an actor in Telugu Television >> Read More... , Jayaprakash Reddy and Tanikella Bharani’s are talented but their potential remains untapped . Naresh's role of a father is decent. Production is at par. But Cinematography, Screenplay, Editing, Music all are aimless.
1. Comedy scenes between Shakalaka Shankar and Madhu are good.
2. Location of few songs is beautiful.
3. The flashback is interesting, but the director fails to carry forward the same interest.
Whats's not there?
1. The movie is poorly directed. The story might have lived to some extent, but the direction failed to create that interest.
2. The script is shallow, and it is a tedious watch.
3. Screenplay, Editing, and Music is pathetic. All the songs are wrongly placed.
4. Acting performances of almost all the actors are below par, and this worsens the situation.
5. Aadi's role is meaty, but Adah Sharma has nothing much to do as for almost half of the movie she is in the burka.
Verdict:, ' Garam ' has nothing to offer to its audience. And there is not even a single element which could pull the audiences to movie halls. It can't be watched on TV, leave aside the talk of movie halls. It doesn’t worth your time and money.
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