Brahmanandam has played hero in several movies earlier, but no film has created so much curiosity among the film goers as his latest outing Jaffa has done it. His looks and dialogues in posters and trailers have soared up the viewers' expectations to sky high. Although the movie, which has been directed by Vennela Kishore, has a few illogical and over the top scenes, it tickles your funny bones.
Jaffa is a full-fledged comedy entertainer, which has some dark and slap stick comedy elements. Brahmanandam's performance is the main highlight in the movie. Vennela Kishore's narration and dialogues, Anoop Rubens' music, Raja's camera work are its other attractions. A few illogical sequences are drawback of the film.
The movie has an interesting story, which seems to have been inspired from a real-life incident. Written by Vennela Kishore, the film revolves around the story of a Muslim guy, who is accidentally caught by Hyderabad police under suspicion of having linkup with Pakistani terrorist. How he struggles to get out of the jail will form the rest of the story.
The first half of the movie, which has no songs, is a joy ride with a host of comedians like Vennele Kishore, Venu and Raghu Babu creating a laugh riot along. But it is Brahmanandam, who shoulders every scene and makes you laugh all the way. Two other popular comedian like Thagubothu Ramesh and Ali enter the second half, which is also equally interesting.
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