Bellamkonda Srinivas' second outing, Speedunnodu is out in theaters. Ironically, the film's title is an exact opposite to its pace. Though the film was entertaining at parts, its sloppy screenplay, five songs in the first half, strained comedy and the overdose of Pawan Kalyan's references makes it a boring watch. However, the film, which is a remake of Tamil super hit, Sundarapandian, has its share of moments to make you sit through.
Read the slides below to know what audience has to say about Speedunnodu or scroll through, to get into the details of the film like story, performances and technical aspects.
Here is what a viewer think about the film.
This viewer thinks the first half make an average watch.
Bellamkonda's dances might be a plus for the film in the B,C centers
The film almost has half a dozen of Pawan Kalyan's references.
This user seems to have liked the film. Highlights the main elements of the movie.
Titles of the film were designed very well with the theme of Facebook.
This user is impressed with the introduction and the fight that followed.
This viewer complains about the lack of speed in the film's narrative.
Comedy scenes felt unimpressive for this viewer.
Editing scores poor with this viewer, while he thinks Srinivas is entertaining.
This viewer thinks that the film is better than Alludu Seenu.
The film is set in the backdrop of Rayalaseema.
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Shoban(Bellamkonda) is a rich and sophisticated guy, who goes to any extreme to help a friend in need. While trying to help a friend for his love, he happens to meet his ex-flame Vasanthi(Sonarika) and love blossoms between them all over again. However, the twist in the tale arises, as his own friends turns into foes and lock him up in a murder mystery. How he comes out of the blame and what turns the tale takes in the process, forms the rest of the story.
Bellamkonda Srinivas appeared to have improved a bit in every aspect, when compared to his début film Alludu Seenu. He was fine with his body language, dances, fights and the looks, but was amateur with his comedy timing and dialogue delivery. Sonarika was an eye-candy to watch but has got nothing great to showcase her acting skills. Tamannaah was a sizzler. Prakash Raj, Jhansi, Rao Ramesh did well, while comedian Prudhvi stole the show.
Director Bheemineni Srinivasa Rao stuck to the original version of film majorly and any changes that were made, felt outdated. The film's narrative lacked the pace, while the director seems to have gone behind mixing the right measures of commercial elements. Editor Gowtham Raju should have put his scissors to a better use. Songs were mere speed breakers, though they were foot-tapping.
On the whole, Speedunnodu will be a fun-watch for those moviegoers, who have a special place in their heart for 'mass-masala' flicks.