Friday, January 22, 2010

Seetaramula Kalyanam Lankalo Movie Review

Movie Name : Seetaramula Kalyanam Lankalo
Banner : Wellfare Creations
Casting : Nitin, Hansika, Sunil Panda, Brahmanandam, Ali, Jayaprakash Reddy, Suman, Subbaraju, M S Narayana, Venu Madhav, Satyam Rajesh, Pragathi and others
Music : Anup Rubens
Cinematography : M Joshi
Producer : Malla Vijaya Prasad
Director : Eshwar Reddy
Release Date:22 Jan, 2010

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Seetaramula Kalyanam Lankalo Telugu Movie Review:
Story:
A rotten tale, the story is about Chandu (nitin) who is an intelligent student without any fear and believes in his brains. He chances upon Nandini (Hansika), his junior and falls in love with her. He keeps chasing her and after a bit of hide and seek, she finally gives in. Trouble arrives in the form of Veera Pratap Reddy (sunil) who is not only a rival to Nandini's factionist father Peddi Reddy (Suman) but also has his eyes on Nandini. One day, he attacks Peddi Reddy and takes Nandini to his town Allagadda. In comes Chandu to rescue his girl. How he does that forms the rest of the story.
Analysis:
The director has come up with a routine storyline and while the presentation was alright, the narrative was weak. The dialogues were good in places, the script was stale and the screenplay was okay. Background score was apt but only one song 'Kiss Me' was great. Cinematography was above standard. Editing was crisp. Costumes were good, art department was nice. Fights were another highlight. Nitin is as usual and there is nothing extra he offers so no marks for him, Hansika looks gorgeous to the core and her oomph factor has increased a great deal. Brahmi was alright, Subbaraju was superb, Ali was apt, Jayaprakash Reddy was regular, Sunil Panda was loud, Chandramohan was usual, Suman was brief, M S was hilarious, the others didn't have much to offer.

Final View:
The film runs on a beaten track and it has nothing different to offer. While the first half goes about with the regular elements of love and comedy mixed with action, the second half goes about with a routine path of intelligence winning over muscle power and guns. The viewers have seen this several times and though the technical values were good, the content was weak. Since there is not much to get appealed about it, the movie will sink at the box office. Even Telanga Effect was not saved the film.

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