Banner: Manchu Entertainment
Music Director: BoBo Sasi,Salim Merchant,Sulaiman Merchant
Producer : Lakshmi Manchu
Director : Sekhar Raja
Cinematography: B. Rajasekar
Cast :Nandamuri Balakrishna, Manchu Manoj, Deeksha Seth, Panchi Bora, Sonu Sood, Prabhu Ganesan, Madhumitha, Bhanu Chander, Brahmanandam, Sunil Varma, Sai Kumar…
Uu Kodathaara Ulikki padathaara Film Rating: 3/5
Rocking star Manchu Manoj and Nandamuri Bala Krishna starrer Uu Kodathaara Ulikki Padathaara review is revealed by Tollytab.com
The story entirely bases on Gandharva Mahal which is owned by a superior called Narasimha Rayudu( Bala Krishna) who gives the mahal and half of his wealth as dowry to Bhupathi(Sonu Sood) as he gets married to his sister. Bhupathi who is in love with Amrutha Valli( Lakshmi Prasanna) kills his wife and tries to handover the mahal. This cruelty of Bhupathi ends with his death. Narasimha Rayudu kills him and in the process he dies. Rayudu(Prabhu) becomes the heir of Gandharva Mahal and he tries to marry his daughter(Madhumitha) to a guy and give Gandharva Mahal as dowry.
Here Manchu Manoj comes into picture and he tries to stop the marriage by his activities. The twist given by the director by revealing the story about the soul of Bala Krishna would create some goosebumps.
Bala Krishna’s performance is at his best and the way he looked on the screen would be an asset to the film. His dialogues are so neet and seemed so royal. Every viwer would be waiting for the scene in which Balayya would appear. Manoj’s performance in convincing and the way he acted was impressive than his previous flicks. Deeksha seth didn’t have her role much in the movie but she a looked as a good pair. Lakshmi Prasanna too would get credit for her work.
Other actors are upto the mark where Sonu Sood’s character is slightly similar to his movie Arudhanthi.
Bobo shasi who already gave Bindaas to Manoj has let down the buzz with his second movie. Anuragamey song would get some applause and the credit goes to Vidyasagar. Chinna’s BGM is quite better.
Rajashekhar’s cinematography is well and good. But the way the songs got picturised wouldn’t be so convincing by the odians. The movie appeared bright and rich by the lens. Graphics and visual effects are used in some portions and climax block which were good and could be better.
Shekhar Raja’s attempt to convey the power of a king was nicely done but he forgot to do something different in screenplay as it’s predictable. The high range casting was not used well.
The viewers may feel okay with the first half and the final portion. Abbabba and Prati Kshanam songs would get bad response. The subject was good and the way it got narrated was very poor. Finally, a Nice take-off which got hurdled on its way and safely landed at the end.