Adda is a romantic comedy entertainer with all masala elements to woo the mass audience. Sushant's performance is the main attraction in the film. Karthik's interesting narration and funny dialogues, Jayaprakash Reddy and Raghubabu's comedy scenes, Anoop Rubens' music, Arun Kumar's picturisation and beautiful costumes and exotic foreign locales are other highlights of the movie. Some routine scenes and irritating pre-climax episodes are its big drawbacks.
Karthik Reddy has chosen a fresh storyline, which will impress youth. But he has failed to bring newness in his screenplay as he has included some cliched scenes. The first and second are quite interesting with a few romantic and comedy sequences, but the climax and slow pace towards the end disappoint the viewers.
Abhi (Sushanth) provide services to build and break love between two and charges a handsome fee for it. Priya (Shanvi) seeks his services to spoil her sister's love affair. In the process, Abhi himself falls in love with Priya. But she is not in a mood to accept his proposal, as she is supposed to marry her bava (Dev Gill). What happens next will form the rest of the story. Continue to read Adda movie review in the slideshow.
Shanvi's Skin Show In Adda
Shanvi has also delivered good performance and she has tried her best to prove her mettle in the movie Adda. She impresses your heart with her glamorous looks and costumes. Her chemistry with Sushant is also good.
Supporting Artistes In Adda
Jayaprakash Reddy, who has played a cameo roles, tickles your funny bones with his typical slang. Raghubabu tries his best to make you laugh. Dhanraj, Venu, Thagubothu Ramesh, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Tanikella Bharani and Nagineedu have done justice to the respective roles. Shwetha Bharadwaj rocks you with her hot item number.
Adda Production Values
Arun Kumar's cinematography offers a rich visuals to the film Adda and his picturisation in foreign locales is big asset of the film. Anoop Rubens' music and background music are also major attraction in the technical front. Editing could have been commendable, if the climax and pre-climax scences were trimmed.
Overall, Adda is a good romantic comedy entertainer, which will do well at B and C centres. It is a good time passer for this weekend.
Adda Cast And Crew
Producer: Chintalapudi Srinivas, Akkineni Nagasuseela
Director: G Karthik Reddy
Cast: Sushanth, Shanvi, Raghu Babu, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Thagubothu Ramesh, Dhanraj, Tanikella Bharani, Venu Madhav, Nagineedu, Shweta Bhardwaj and Dev Gill
Music: Anoop Rubens
Release date: August 15, 2013