Krishna Gadi Veera Prema Gadha Telugu Movie Review

Feature Film | UA | Comedy
Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gadha is stuffed with the entertainment which we expect from Nani. There are few cliches here and there but they are not threatening the film experience. It is easily a one time watch for common audience. Give it a try this weekend!
  Good
Feb 12, 2016 By NR

Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gadha is set in Rayalaseema where Krishna (Nani) and Mahalakshmi (Mehreen) are in love since their childhood but they are scared to reveal about it to the latter's family even years later. Finally, Krishna talks to Mahalakshmi's brother and that opens the pandora box. Krishna is then left with a huge responsibility of saving few kids from the baddies for the sake of his girl.


Nani is fantabulous as well. He simply rocked the show with his awesome comedy timing. Mehreen makes a very good debut and is more than adequate to the role. Sampath gets an important role and is good as always. The kids were just hilarious. Rest of the supporting cast are adequate.



Hanu Raghavapudi who made a disastrous debut with Andhala Rakshasi finally made amends to his second film. He got his basics well and stick to the rules well. The film has ample comedy and the screenplay is more than handy. There are places were the pace drops. The second half is dragged with the chase sequences but the last 15 minutes is really good and saves the whole second half. The references to Balakrishna will excite Nandamuri fans. They fit the bill well and did not appear as though they are forced in to the story.


Vishal Chandrasekhar came up with an okay composition. Two songs are shot well. Cinematography is good. Some of the locations are too good and apt. Editing is okay while Production Values are good.


Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gadha is stuffed with the entertainment which we expect from Nani. There are few cliches here and there but they are not threatening the film experience. It is easily a one time watch for common audience. Give it a try this weekend!

  Good
NR

   

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