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Preminchukunnam Pelliki Randi Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, May 6, 2004 • Telugu ]

It is a film straight out of Relangi Narasimha Rao's kitchen with the usual flavour of comedy and sentiments. But it is not appetizing because the work is patchy.

 

The story is also nothing new, based as it is on mixing identities. The story revolves around Aditya (Aditya Om) and Vijay Sai (Vijay Sai) and their love for Swapna (Rekha) and Sundari (Revathy). But the girls are under the domineering presence of their grandmother (Telangana Sakuntala) and Aditya and Vijay think up some funny ideas to get to their girls.The ploy and the situations are as old cinema itself, and to boot the main hero Aditya Om does not have the flair for situational comedy. He is too conscious and is anything but natural.

 

The others in the cast Vijay Sai, Rekha and Revathy try manfully, but cannot shore up the film. The separate comedy track of Brahmanandam & Co also fails to tickle you.

 

Relangi Narasimha Rao, despite his nous for comedy flicks, has failed in this film. He allows the film to drag through some unimaginative screenplay. Music by Koti passes muster, but does not have anything to become a blockbuster. The saving grace of the film is that the director seems to have not fallen into the trap of double entendres though the situation for that is ample.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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