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Asadhyudu Movie review
Kalyan Ram, after making films like Athanokkade catering only to multiplex class audiences, now brings Asadhyudu, a mass film which is sure to be popular across all segments of the audience. It may even make him popular as a mass hero like his father Hari Krishna and grandfather, the legendary NTR.
Pardhoo (Kalyan Ram Nandamuri) is a kind college student, a Good Samaritan who is ready to face any problem head on and leads a tension-free life in Visakhapatnam. Due to his mistake, a person lost his life, and his orphaned son is looked after by Pardhoo, providing a chance to show sentiment and attract ladies and children in the audience. Prakash (Ravi Kale) is a dangerous don from Hyderabad. Pardhoo during his good Samaritan acts, runs foul of the Prakash gang who would now like to eliminate him. So the movie give a scope to show the natural beauty and scenery of Vizag, the fighting skills of Kalyan Ram and Ravi Kale, and the glamour of heroine Diya. How Pardhoo does not get eliminated, but ends up humiliating and vanquishing Prakash and gang, putting Prakash (light) in the shade forms the rest of the movie with comic relief provided by Vinayagan.
Kalyan Ram reveals his new avatar with improved dialogue delivery, (remiding one of his father Hari Krishna) emotional and confrontation scenes, and fighting skills. His sense of comedy still needs polish. Heroine Diya provides glamour and little else; Ravi Kale, the villain is adequate; Vinayagan provides humour, imitating Nagarjuna in Mass in one scene; Vinod Kumar as the cop shines; Charan Raj plays the heroine’s father; Rathi oozes oomph in her item dance in “Aisa’ song. Chalapati Rao and Kavitha are also in the cast.
The story is good with many deviations, starting smoothly, then building up with some mystery and suspense. Sentiment is also added with the orphan being brought up by the hero with guilt pangs. Chakri’s music is good and the songs have been well picturised. Some of the songs are already popular. Thought the story is good, dialogues could have been better prepared as there is nothing novel about them. Lighting is poor and non-uniform, marring the cinematography. Direction is good in places The first half of the film builds up the mood, tone and mystery; the second half is fast paced and delivers the promised entertainment. scores more on fast narrative.
Mass movie by Kalyan Ram.