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Pandugadi Photo Studio is directed by Dileep Raj Dileep Raj is an Indian Actor, Director, and a Pro >> Read More... . G Venkata Sambi Reddy produced the film. Vinod Yajamanya Vinod Yajamanya is a South Indian music composer w >> Read More... composed the music. S Muralimohan Reddy cranked the camera and Hari Nandamuri Hari Nandamuri is an editor. He was born in India. >> Read More... edited the film. The film has the star cast of “ Ali Click to look into! >> Read More... ,” Babu Mohan Babu Mohan is a famous comic Actor and a veteran P >> Read More... , Rishita, Vinod Kumar Vinod Kumar was born on 1 April 1963. He is an Ind >> Read More... , “ Sudha Sudha is a well known Telugu cum Tamil mother role >> Read More... ,” Jeeva, Sri Lakshmi, Bhavya Sri Bhavya Sri is an Indian actress who predominantly >> Read More... and Chitram Srinu.
Pandugadu is a lucky photographer and the unmarried people, whom he clicks with his camera, get married soon. In Yetimuka village, many youngsters are unmarried. After hearing about him, the village people call Pandugadu to their village and click photos of those unmarried guys. While taking photos of those people, Pandugadu meets Kanakaratnam. Both of them fall for each other. Later, he was informed about the marriage condition in the village. Did he marry his lady love? Watch the film to know the rest.
Ali did a decent job. Sudha played the template mother role in her style. Rishita is a glamour element in the film. The rest of the stars had given out some neat performances.
The script didn’t have any attractive elements. The characterization is not impressive. Many comedy scenes seem to be purposely inserted and test the patience of the audience. With a good set of performers, the makers should have given strong roles to the stars. Most of the scenes are illogical and out of the track. The cinematography is neat. BGM didn’t synch with the story. The narration is average that makes the audience wait for the climax. At least, the climax should have been made sensibly. It seems, the director didn’t want to have an emotional climax and he wrapped it up flat.
What’s Not There?
It is not a must-watch movie. If you don’t have anything to watch in this weekend, try this at your own risk!
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