Mosagallaku Mosagadu Movie Review : Comedy Entertainer
|Release Date||:||May 22,2015|
|Starring||:||Sudheer Babu, Nandini Rai|
|Music Director||:||Manikanth Kadri|
Talented hero Sudheer Babu, is back after a long gap with a crime comedy Mosagallaku Mosagadu. Directed by Nellore Bose, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
The film begins regarding 12 kms close to Ayodhya, where 2 idols dating back to twelfth century are stolen. Then the story shifts to city where a deal is affected for smuggling the idols out of india. Finally, the scene shifts to Hyderabad and to Krish (Sudheer Babu), a petty thief who fools people and makes cash along with his friend Praveen. An orphan, Krish falls in love with Janaki (Nandini Rai) and while chasing her, lands up being a part of Kaushik (Jayaprakash Reddy’s) plan. Kaushik should deliver the idols to Rudra (Abhimanyu Singh) and he uses Krish to help him out. can the idols be smuggled out of country? can Krish be a section of it? can Krish get out safely? That forms the rest of the film.
Technical Aspects :
Camera work is pretty sensible and presents the film in a very decent light. screenplay of the film is simply concerning ok as some surplus scenes disturb the flow of the film. Dialogues are ok then is that the editing. Music is simply average as none of the songs manage to register.
Coming to director Nellore bose, he will an ok job with the direction. although he falters with his narration throughout the first half, he covers it up with the comedy angle within the second.
Plus Points :
Minus Points :
No thrilling elements
Final Words :
On the total, Mosagallaku Mosagadu can give an honest relief for Sudheer Babu’s career. A slow first half and predictable nature of the script are basic drawbacks. If you manage to take a seat through the first half an hour and stop looking for logics, you’ll be able to simply give this film a shot for its tight comedy within the second half.
Overall 25CineFrames Rating : 2.75/5