Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu

 

Movie: Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu
Rating: 3/5
Banner:
Sri Sathya Sai Arts
Cast: Naveen Chandra, Shruti Sodhi, Saloni, Prudhvi, Jayaprakash Reddy, Posani and others
Music: D J Vasanth
Cinematography: Balreddy
Editing: Gowtham Raju
Producer: KK Radhamohan
Direction: E Sattibabu
Release date: December 16, 2016

Producer K Radhamohan who made “Bengal Tiger” a year ago has delivered a satire film called “Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu” featuring Naveen Chandra as the legend. Be that as it may, the film has been publicized as a drama motion picture with Prudhvi being in the focal part. Consequently it has created some consideration.

Let’s see if the comedy has worked out:

StoryLine:

Prashanth (Naveen Chandra) meets Priya (Shruti Sodhi) on street when she is in an intoxicated condition and he drops her home securely. Before long love creates between them, however her rich agent father (Murali Sharma) dislikes their adoration, as Prasanth is a poor person. On the off chance that you lose something you will know the genuine estimation of satisfaction, advises Prashanth to this businessperson and he promptly chooses to put resources into a misfortune acquiring business. He chooses to make a film that would lose.

Enter Variation Star (Prudhvi) and Samantha (Saloni). How might this film-production commit Priya’s dad understand his mistake?

Performances:

Despite the fact that the film’s saint is Naveen Chandra, it is Prudhvi who rules the show. He plays a motion picture star in the film and Prudhvi has concocted best satires and he pulled them off splendidly. Whole second half is driven by his demonstration.

Posani too gives great comic drama. Naveen Chandra has not a lot to do. Both courageous women are there just for glitz appear. Raghu Babu, Murali Sharma, Jayaprakash Reddy and others put in nice exhibitions.

Technical Excellence: 
It has decent technical values as Balreddy’s cinematography serves what is required. Music is just about okay. Production values are pretty good.

Highlights:
Prudhvi’s comedy show
Posani mark scenes

Drawbacks:
Love story of the lead pair
Hero being just a dummy
No story in second half

Analysis:

The essential thought of “Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu” is really clever. It can possibly make a decent farce on the working of Telugu film industry. There are some genuine starts in the film too on this perspective. Be that as it may, chief E Sattibabu has neglected to exploit them completely.

There are two stories here – one adore track is between Naveen Chandra and Shruti and the other story is love amongst Posani and Saloni.

The romantic tale of Posani and Saloni is a film inside a film. This satire romantic tale ought to in a perfect world have been put as a derail, the chief altogether concentrates on this in the second half, leaving the primary lead combine to show up once in a while on the screen. What’s more, the parody romantic tale is additionally stretched out past a point that doesn’t make us snicker by any means.

The film turns fascinating when Murali Sharma chooses to make a motion picture to lose cash. The satire in this scene is clever. Be that as it may, post interim, the satire is not powerful. In the event that similar giggles were proceeded with, it would have turned into a decent satire motion picture. So it turns out be an uneven story.

Prudhvi showing up as Mahesh Babu and Saloni as Samantha to act in a motion picture called “Tamalapaku” certainly conveys a grin to our lips. Be that as it may, as these scenes are extended, they get to be bore fest. Likewise Prudhvi’s steady impersonation of Balakrishna is not edible.

All things considered, this motion picture is more about Prudhvi and his farces than Naveen Chandra and his romantic tale, however the motion picture begins with that string. Thus the satire produces snickers, however the motion picture doesn’t engage in general.

 

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