Comedy King Allari Naresh has once again teamed up with Devi Prasad five years after the release of their hit movie Blade Babji. Prior its release, the combo's second film Kevvu Keka the title of which has been inspired a song from the Pawan Kalyan's Gabbar Singh, had created lot of expectations among film goers, but the movie is partially successful in reaching them.
Kevvu Keka is an out-and-out slapstick comedy movie with a few other masala ingredients. Allari Naresh's perfect comedy timing is the main attraction in the film. Devi Prasad's narration and funny dialogues, Bheems and Chinni Charan's music and Adusumilli Vijay Kumar's cinematography, costumes and art direction are its other highlights. The dragging narration in the second half is its one big drawback.
Devi Prasad, who has good grip on comedy, has once again tried to bank on the same genre. The director, who has penned the story and screenplay for the film, has taken a cliched storyline and depicted in a comical way. Set in the backdrop of a kidnap, Kevvu Keka revolves around an ambitious guy, who wants to earn money to win his girlfriends hand. Although he has tried his best in offering a full-length comedy, the director fails miserably in his mission.
Kevvu Keka has some of the very interesting moments like scenes in shopping mall and party and medley song in the first half, which has fast-paced tempo with comedy quotient. But its entertainment quotient falls down utterly with slow-paced narration in the second half. The dragging climax may bore you a lot.
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