Allari Naresh has once again proved that he is a producer's hero. Though his film doesn"t have noteworthy story, he could entertain the audiences for almost two and a half hours and leave the theatres with a feel of satisfaction. His latest film Seema Tapakaya (Veedu Chaala Hot) is almost like a continuation of the earlier film Seema Sastry. The director tried to highlight the need to uplift the poor and give a solution to the factionalism through love, which is a nice experiment. At the same time, the director gave comedy touch to all the characters in the film.
Srikrishna (Allari Naresh) is a boy from a very rich family. His father"s (Sayaji Shinde) ambition is to become one among the notable millionaires in the world. His entire family help him in achieving this goal. Srikrishna once come across Satya (Poorna), who loves the poor and lives away from her parents. She hates rich people and had a strong opinion that the poor remained poor because the rich doesn"t want to help them in any way.
In order to gain sympathy, Srikrishna and his friend (Vennela Kishore) change their attire and get themselves introduced to Satya, and Srikrishna succeeds in winning her heart. However, all hell break lose when rivals of Satya's father attack the families. The rest of the film is how Srikrishna tries to bring an end to factionalism through charity works and win back his love.
Allari Naresh is at his regular best. He has done a nice job in the film. Poorna looks hot. She has proved that she can perform well besides adding glamour. More than the hero and heroine, each and every character in the movie has a good scope to perform. Sayaji Shinde has performed well and Nagineedu has excelled in sentimental scenes. The director made use of every character and evoked good laughter all through the film. All the lead characters including Sudha, Raviprakash and Surekhavani entertained the audiences besides a whole bunch of comedians like Vennela Kishore, LB Sriram, MS Narayana, Tirupati Prakash, Apoorva, Geeta Singh and Gauthamraju tickling the funny bones of the audiences.
Though the director took many cinematic liberties, the movement of the film is quite impressive. He has maintained good tempo all through the film. The film begins with a few boring scenes, but has picked up momentum just before the interval begins. The second half is excellent when compared to the first. Cinematography by Adusumilli Vijaykumar is adequate and editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is apt. Vandemataram Srinivas has scored good music. Dialogues by Marudhuri Raja were good in parts.
The specialty of the film is that it has a voice over of Sunil. It is he who introduced the characters to the audiences. The director failed to make use of Brahmanandam to the full extent. The director made use of a liplock scene between the hero and heroine, which has become common in films these days. On the whole, the film is a good entertainer and can hit the box office hard.
Banner : Wellfare Creations
Producer : Vijayaprasad Malla
Direction : G. Nageswar Reddy.
Cast : Allari Naresh, Poorna, Nagineedu, Sayaji Shinde, Jayaprakash Reddy, Raviprakash, Rao Ramesh, Brahmanandam, LB Sriram, MS Narayana, Tirupati Prakash, Gauthamraju, Sudha, Surekhavani, Geeta Singh, Apoorva and others
Dialogues : Marudhuri Raja
Cinematography : Adusumilli Vijaykumar
Editing : Kotigiri Venkateswara Rao
Music : Vandemataram Srinivas