Aadu Magaadra Bujji is romantic action entertainer with a decent dose of comedy. Sudheer Babu's acting is the main attraction in the movie. Krishnareddy Gangadhasu's engrossing screenplay and a few punch dialogues, Asmita Sood's glamour, Sri Kommineni's soundtracks and background score and Santonio Terzio's picturisation, Krishna Bhagavan's comedy and beautiful locales are the main attractions of the film. The slow-paced narration in a few sequences is the big drawback of the film.
Krishnareddy Gangadhasu has a routine story for Aadu Magaadra Bujji. But he has done brilliant work on its screenplay, which has enough amount of twists and turns and all commercial ingredients. Though he is debutante, he has tapped out right kind of work from each artiste and technicians. The film has a decent pace of narration and the director has a good hold on the happening on the screen.
The movie opens with senior actor Naresh narrating the story of
his mischievous son Sidhu (Sudheer Babu) followed by a host of
comedy, romantic and action scenes. Especially, the scenes
featuring dog are very funny and main highlight in the first half
of the film. The twist at interval bang picks up the speed. The
second half of the movie is also entertaining with lot of family
drama, romance, action and a little comedy. The climax is
predictable. Continue to read Aadu Magaadra Bujji
movie review in the slideshow.
Sidhu (Sudheer Babu) is a mischievous college student,
who falls in love with Indu (Asmita Sood). When her brother Cherry
(Ranadhir) becomes an obstacle for his love, he diverts Cherry's
attention towards Anjali (Poonam Kaur). But things get worse when
his love affair comes to the notice of Ajali's uncle Shankar Anna
(Ajay), who wants to marry her. What happens next will for the crux
of the story.
Sudheer Babu's Performance In AMB
Sudheer Babu has done lot of workout to achieve six pack
abs and he looks stunning in his chiselled body. He has shown lot
of energy in the action sequences. His comedy timing is also good.
Overall, he has delivered a good performance, which is the main
highlight in Aadu Magaadra Bujji.
Ashmita’s Performance In AMB
As Sidhu's love interest, Ashmita Sood has done justice
to her role. She looks cute and glamorous. Her chemistry with
Sudheer is a visual treat for lovers of romance
Randhir And Poonam’s Performance In AMB
The movie has two love stories, and Randhir and Poonam
Kaur have played the second couple in the film. When compared to
Sudheer and Ashmitha, they have less scope, but they manage to
impress the viewers in their brief presence.
Comedian Krishna Bhagavan has tried his best to tickle
the funny bones of film goers. Especially, he rocks you in his
scene with the dog. Ajay, Ranadir, Naresh, Suman, Prudhvi, Chanti
and others have also done justice to their respective roles in
Aadu Magaadra Bujji.
SK's Music And Background Score
Aadu Magaadra Bujji has good production values
and Sri Kommineni's work is the main attraction in the technical
front. A few of his soundtracks are really good to listen. His
background score elevates a few emotional scenes.
Santonio Terzio's camera work is another highlight in
the technical front. He has done brilliant work in picturisation of
songs and action scenes. His cinematography is one among the big
assets of Aadu Magaadra Bujji.
Other Technical Stuff In AMB
Bikkina Thammiraju's editing is good. If he had trimmed
a few dragging scenes, the film could have been even better
entertainer. The writing of screenplay and dialogues, selection of
costumes and locations and art direction are also
Aadu Magaadra Bujji Verdict
Overall, Aadu Magaadra Bujji is another
romantic action entertainer. Though it does not offer anything new
and fresh in terms of story, Krishnareddy has tried his best to
keep you engrossed in the film, which is sure to impress all
classes of audiences.
AMB Production Team
Producers: M Subbareddy and SN
Directors: Krishnareddy and Gangadhasuu
Cast: Sudheer Babu, Asmita Sood, Poonam Kaur, Krishna Bhagavan, Ajay, Ranadir, Naresh, Suman, Prudhvi, Chanti and others
Music: Sri Kommineni
Release Date: December 7, 2013