CAST & CREW
Prema Leela Pelli Gola is the dubbed version of the hit comedy film Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran. Vishnu Vishal, Nikki Galrani, “ Soori,” Robo Shankar, Ravi Mariya, Naan Kadavul Rajendran, Aadukalam Naren, Bava Lakshmanan, “ Vaiyapuri,” Saravana Subbaiah, Nikesh Ram and Reshma Pasupuleti are in the star cast of Prema Leela Pelli Gola. “ Ezhil” directed the film and co-produced the film with Vishnu Vishal and Rajini Natraj under the banners Vishnu Vishal Studioz and Ezhilmaaran Production. The cinematography is by Shakthi and the music composition is by “ C Sathya.”
Murali and Karakkai are close friends. Murali works as an assistant to an MLA Jacket Janakiram. Janakiram is close to a Minister and the minister reveals a truth about his wealth, while he is about to die. After getting the information, Janakiram wants to grab the wealth. Unfortunately, he meets an accident and forgets everything. Minister’s brother-in-law intends to know the secret place and hence follows Janakiram, who has turned to be a ten-year-old kid, now. Murali gets stuck in a problem and he had to prove it only with the help of the MLA and similarly Karakkai, his friend also needs the MLA’s help to marry his girlfriend. Did the MLA get back to normal? How did the hero and his friend solve their problem?
Vishnu Vishal, Soori and Robo Shankar had performed extremely well and made the audiences laugh out loud with their rib tickling comedy. Robo Shankar’s unmatched comedy timing is really superb. Soori’s Pushpa Mogudu makes everyone laugh even in the dream. Nikki Galrani and others had done their part well.
Director Ezhil had rightly caught the pulse of the audiences and brought an excellent script with a right screenplay. Nothing lags and the sequences are properly arranged. The star cast is perfect and Ezhil should be appreciated for that.
What’s Not There?
Prema Leela Pelli Gola is a complete comedy entertainer that can be watched with the family. Have you got the tickets? No? Just go… grab your tickets, before the houseful board is dragged in.
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