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Adurs Movie review
After the super hit their Aadi (2002) and Samba (2004), Tollywood's mega star in making Jr NTR and hit maker VV Vinayak are back with much awaited Adurs, produced by B. Vamsi Mohan under the banner of Vaishnavi Arts. The film, which caught itself in the thick of the Telangana controversy, was released as a Sankranthi gift amidst tight police security at the theatres. The hattrick combo of NTR with VV Vinayak along with musician Devi Sri Prasad lived up to the expectations. The film generated an above average talk owing to its interesting comedy and NTR's action.
The story is about twin brothers who get separated at birth. An old Brahmin lady plays a trick and takes away one of the twins by replacing the first child with a dead baby. The weeping mother leaves with one baby. The missing boy becomes Chari (NTR), while his brother grows up as Narasimha (NTR) under the love and care of his mother. Chari is so sensitive and hilarious in his mannerisms, while Narasimha is brought up in a crude manner. While Nandu (Sheela), daughter of the police commissioner (Sayaji Shinde) falls in love with Narasimha, it is Chandrakala (Nayantara) who gets attracted to Chari. Meanwhile, a gang of baddies (Asish Vidyardhi and Mahesh Manjrekar) are in search of the family of a top scientist. The rest of the story is about the relationship between the scientist and the twins.
Definitely, the performance of NTR is the highlight and major plus point of the film. NTR as a mass hero and as an innocent Brahmin excelled in both the roles. While the mass hero did wonders in action scenes, the other character tickled the funny bones of audiences with lots of comedy. VV Vinayak, known for heavy action scenes, perfectly mixed comedy with the action and the blend was so perfect that the audiences did not feel bored at any point of time. Brahmanandam hogs the limelight again in this movie as a Hindu priest who ‘ maintains’ the family of Nayantara.
Nayanthara and Sheela provide the glam quotient while other characters played by Raghu Babu, MS Narayana and Tannikella Bharani are apt going by the script. Devi Sri Prasad’s music is another highlight of the film. All the songs were excellently tuned and perfectly choreographed to suit the taste of mass and youth audiences. Action by Ram - Laxman is scintillating.
The story is old wine in a old bottle, completely lacking novelty or originality. There are many loopholes in the entire script. The concept of the hanging weapon prepared by the Major appeared to be absurd as it is not known how the bullet could reach the target. The director failed to establish this point properly. Likewise, how the hero comes out of the den even after it was locked automatically by the villain is not known. The director also failed to etch the character played by Sayaji Shinde and it was abrupt. However, the director managed to narrate the story in a brisk pace as the basic theme is entertaining. All in all, Adurs will be a huge hit among NTR fans.