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Desamuduru Movie review
It is well-known that unlike many other young heroes, Allu Arjun had successive hits to his credit. None of his films had negative publicity; his films always garnered either hit or above average reviews and collections.
In fact, Happy is unhappily, his only film which did not do well at the box-office. Allu Arjun joined Puri Jagannath, (who wrote the blockbuster Pokiri) for his latest flick Desamuduru. As a result, the film generated lots of expectations even before release. The duo proved that their combo is a big hit with the film becoming a hit.
In Desamuduru, Bala (Allu Arjun) is a programme director in MAA TV, working in the crime section. He goes to Dhoolpet to shoot some illicit breweries, comes across one of the gang members Murugan (Subbaraju) and bashes him up.
Later, he comes to know that Murugan is the son of a liquor baron Tambi Durai (Pradeep Rawat) and so faces a threat to his life. To escape from this threat, Bala goes to Kulu Manali to shoot some travel episodes. Soon after reaching there, he loses his heart to Vaishali (Haansika), who is a sanyasin of an ashram.
After making a lot of efforts, he is able to win her love. By the time Bala plans to take Vaishali to Hyderabad, she gets kidnapped. He comes to know that Vaishali is in Hyderabad, with Thambi Durai, who plans to kill him in revenge. He further learns that Vaishali is the daughter of Narayana Patwari; Tambi Durai was once his servant. In order to grab his property Thambi Durai kills Narayana Patwari and his wife and forcibly gets Vaishali married to Murugan.
When Tambi Durai and his wife (Sakuntala) plan the first night of Murugan with Vaishali, Bala thwarts theire attempts and saves Vaishali. As the police were not able to arrest Thambi Durai and his gang earlier in the absence of any evidence, Bala, with the help of MAA TV crew, gets the entire episode to save Vaishali telecast live. The film ends on a happy note with the union of Vaishali and Bala.
Allu Arjun had made great efforts and has undergone many exercises to tone his muscles and gain a macho man structure. In some scenes, he reminds audiences of Hrithik Roshan, who is famous for his masculine structure in Bollywood. His ease in dances, timing in action scenes and the latest acquired manly structure would definitely increase his fan base a lot. Almost all the songs to which Chakri gave mass tunes were perfectly utilized by both the director and the hero; choreographers have boosted it further. All the songs are excellently choreographed.
Heroine Haansika has given a fresh feel to the audiences as she looks bubbly and glamorous. At the same time, she has danced with the hero in a couple of duets excellently besides exposing her assets within Censor's limits. Others in the film, including Pradeep Rawat, Sakuntala, Subbaraju, Ramaprabha and others, did justice to their respective roles. Rambha has an item song before the climax and looks very nice. The film is worth watching for its songs and action scenes.
The audiences will enjoy the songs and fights in the film. The entire first half has the Puri brand of love story and is quite jovial, while the second half was totally devoted to action drama. Cinematography by Sam K. Naidu is also okay. .