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Sudigadu Movie review
Director Bhimaneni Srinivasa's Sudigadu is a laugh riot that keeps the audience entertained right up till the end. The biggest ever release for Allari Naresh, the film is a remake of Tamil super hit Thamizh Padam, which mocked the stereotypical scenes in contemporary commercial films in Tamil, and produced by Chandrasekhar Reddy under the banner of Arundhati.
A spoof of almost 100 blockbuster movies and Telugu-Tamil film stars, this comedy flick revolves around Kamesh (Allari Naresh) and his wife (Hema), who become the proud parents of a baby. The twist is that the infant is born with a six pack body and has a sworn enemy Thikkal Reddy (Jayaprakash Reddy), who keeps conniving to harm him. Kamesh then sends him off to city where he grows into dynamic Shiva (played again by Allari Naresh - the first double role of his career.) Shiva grows up to play all sorts of histrionics like making bullets stop and challenging time. The rest of the story goes as to how Shiva keeps countering every move of Thikkal Reddy. Shiva also faces resistance from a mysterious Don D.
The strength of the film lies in brilliantly conceived spoofs on all the biggest hits of the industry. The film takes on blockbusters such as Gabbar Singh, Shiva, Bharateeyudu, Robot, Bommarillu, Gharshana, 7G Rainbow Colony, Ye Maya Chesave and characteristic traits of actors (Pawan Kalyan, Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Mahesh Babu, Venkatesh, Nagarjuna, Balakrishna among others). The spoofs have been done in a good-natured way without malice and they will be enjoyed by everyone.
Allari Naresh performance is remarkable both as Kamesh and Shiva. His witty comic dialogues have a great impact on viewers. Heroine Monal Gajjar is average. The other actors whose performance contributes to the success of the movie are Jayaprakash Reddy, Sayaji Shinde, Krishna Bhagawan and MS Narayana. Hema and Kovai Sarala are average in their roles. Fish Venkat and Raghu Babu too entertain briefly. But Kondavalasa and Sriram look out of place in their characters.
The climax of Sudigadu lets down the viewer a bit especially at the court scene that should have been conceived better. The final twist in the script is not the one as intended. As for the songs are concerned, none of them are really entertaining except for the opening song. Camerawork and dialogues deserve a special mention. The dialogues have been written in a very entertaining fashion. Despite its short comings, Sudigadu is definitely worth a watch.