Movie: Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam
Rating : 3.5/5
Director : G. Nageswara Reddy
Starring : Manchu Vishnu, Raj Tarun, Sonarika Bhadoria, Hebah Patel
Producer : Ramabrahmam Sunkara
Music Director : Sai Kartheek
Arjun(Vishnu) is a giddy youth who weds Neelaveni(Sonarika) without the assent of his father(Rajendra Prasad). Turn in the story emerges when Neelaveni chooses to move far from her brother(Abhimanyu Singh) and rents the upper segment of Arjun’s own home without his insight. Left with no decision, Arjun presents his closest companion Ashwin(Raj Tharun) as Neelaveni’s spouse to his family. Rest of the story is as how both Arjun and Ashwin deal with this enormous disarray and where does Hebah Patel highlight in this whole set up.
Film story is entirely great and has scope for adequate measures of satire. Rajendra Prasad is the highlight of the film as his character has been executed superbly. Notwithstanding the veteran performing artist’s appearances and comic drama timing, the film would have gone for a hurl. Vishnu Manchu looks good looking and does his employment remarkably well. He doesn’t go over the edge and stays consistent with his character and conveys the procedures entertainingly. Raj Tharun assumes his supporting part well and floats along with the film. Every one of his scenes with Posani summon great chuckles. In the first place half of the film is good and the interim blast is set up pleasantly. The disarray comic drama made and every one of the scenes between Ravi Babu and Rajendra Prasad are great. There are some funny minutes and the perplexity parody made around the wives brings a few snickers.
Despite the fact that this film is a common business flick, certain freedoms that the group have taken go somewhat over board. Despite the fact that Sonarika wells, she looks oddball in her unattractive part and a superior champion could have done marvels. Hebah Patel does not have much to do in the film and looks unusual. After an intriguing interim blast, the way the turn and the second half commences need profundity. The film looses its steam amid the second half as some superfluous scenes and boisterous comic drama becomes the overwhelming focus. The grown-up satire in specific scenes leaves hand. Raj Tharun looks somewhat curbed in his part and his character could have been hoisted more. There is no appropriate feeling in the vast majority of the procedures. The peak is extended an excessive amount of and gets over the top.
Music and foundation score is entirely not too bad. Dialogs are entertaining as were the verses. Altering is smooth however the peak could have been effortlessly altered in numerous ranges. Camera work and creation qualities are not too bad as the film looks very great on screen. Going to the chief G Nageswara Reddy, the way he has set the redo in Telugu nativity is fascinating. His sole point was to captivate the crowd through a ton of disarray satire and he succeeds more often than not. In spite of the fact that he goes off load up specific times with some over the top senseless comic drama, he figures out how to portray the film well.
Edorakam Adorakam is a film which will pull in the B and C focuses for sure. Despite the fact that the film gets over the top now and again and makes no sense in numerous zones, it has some exceptionally diverting components which will run well with numerous. On the off chance that you are searching for some sheer time pass and need to have a decent time this weekend, attempt this film out and you will be conventionally entertained.