Attharintiki Daredi Movie Review

Published On: September 27, 2013   |   Posted By:
Attharintiki Daredi Movie Review
Movie Title :- Attharintiki Daredi
Banner :- Sri Venkateswara Cine Chithra
Release date :- 27.09.2013
Censor rating :- ‘U’
Cast :- Pawan Kalyan,Samantha, Pranitha, Nadiya, Brahmanandam, Ali, M S Narayana, Rao Ramesh Mukesh Rushi, Raghu Babu
Directed by :- Trivikram Srinivas
Cinematography :- Prasad Moorella
Editing by :- Praveen Pudi
Producer :- B V S N Prasad
Running Time :- 165 minutes
Attharintiki Daredi Movie Review
Pawan kalyan strikes again with Attharintiki Daredi and this time pairs up with Trivikram and DSP who proved lucky for him with Jalsa. Let us know what they have for the audience this time.
Story: Nanda family is a very rich family and Gautham Nanda (Pawan Kalyan) is their third generation heir. His Grand Father (Boman Irani) and his father (Mukesh Rushi) precede him. On the request of his grand father, Goutham comes to India to get back his aunt Sunanda (Nadiya) whom his grand father sent out of the house as she has married without his consent. Gautham joins as a driver at his aunt place. The rest of the story deals with how Gautham convinces his aunt, solves certain issues for her, and makes her meet his grand father.
Performances: Pawan Kalyan steals the show with excellent performance. This is his best performance in the recent times. Samantha has done a neat job. Pranitha impresses with her performance with  beauty and charm. MS Narayana has a bigger role and did justice. Nadiya, Boman Irani, Rao Ramesh, Mukesh Rushi, etc have done well in sentiment scenes. Raghu Babu, Ali, Brahmanandam, etc., are the humor brigade and entertained  exceptionally. Rest all have done a good job.
Technical Department: The story is nothing new but the treatment is good. Though some scenes are illogical, commercial cinema has those liberties and will surely entertain Mass and Class audience. Trivikram is very good as a writer but the director in him must improve. Music by Devi Sri Prasad is very good and BGM is OK. Cinematography by Prasad Murella can be better. Editing is OK. Second half has a bit of drag which can be omitted. Rest all departments are good.
Overall: The film is a feast for Power Star fans. Family audiences and Masses will have a good time. Barring logic and a few lull parts in the second half, everything else is OK. Watch it for Power Star, DSP and Trivikram dialogues.
Rating : 4/5

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