Sunday, July 04, 2010

YAMUDU MOVIE REVIEW

Movie Name : Yamudu`

Banner : BIG Pictures/Studio Green

Casting : Suriya, Anushka, Prakash Raj, Vivek, Manoramma, Vijayakumar, Radha Ravi, Nasser, Sumithra, Yuvarani, Nizhagal Ravi and Others

Music : Devi Sri Prasad

Cinematography : Priyan

Producer : K E Gnanavel Raja

Director : Hari

Release Date:02 Jul, 2010

Rating :



YAMUDU TELUGU MOVIE REVIEW:


Story:
A typical masala treat, the story is set on the backdrop of Rajolu town in the East Godavari district. Here lives the family of Narasimha (suriya). He wants to run his family business of provision store and make it a big supermarket. However, Simha's father (radha ravi) has other plans and he dreams of seeing his son as a cop. Narasimha fulfills his dad's wishes and becomes an SI. He is tough, honest and straightforward. Story takes a turn with the arrival of Purushottam (prakashraj) and his brother Vaikuntam (aadhi) from Vizag. A sequence of events makes Purushottam to sign at Rajolu PS everyday. This gets him to Narasimha and the rift begins. There is also Kavya (anushka) the love of Narasimha. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

Artist Performance:
Suriya was the complete show stealer again with his looks and body language, he is unbeatable. Anushka was awesome hot and she made her presence felt strongly despite Suriya's invasion. Radha Ravi was apt, Prakashraj was fabulous, Aadhi was okay, Vivek delivered the required humor, Nasser was natural, Vijaykumar was standard, the others did their bit as required.

Technical and Other Departments:
The director has come up with a typical formula tale and both the presentation and narrative are effective. The dialogues were punch filled, the script was well written and the screenplay was excellent. Background score added to the moods and two songs were good. Cinematography captured the speed well and editing was crisp. Costumes were apt and the art department was natural.

Analysis:
The film doesn't offer any variety or experiment but then it manages to engage the audience despite following a beaten track. This is due to the combination of very good technical values along with power packed performances. While the first half is about the elements of romance, comedy and sentiment, the second half is filled with action and the racy climax. Overall, this would appeal to the masses in a very big way and it will be a commercial success at the box office.

Final View:
It's a Pure masala treat, racy and entertaining for commercial audience. It is a Good film to Watch This Weekend.

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