Allari Naresh's James Bond Movie Review & Ratings

By - July 24, 2015 - 12:52 PM IST

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Cast: Allari Naresh, Sakshi Chaudhary, Ashish Vidyarthi, Chandramohan, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Raghu Babu, Krishna Bhagavan
Banner: A.K. Entertainments
Music: Sai Karthik
Editor: M.R.Varma
Producer: Ramabrahmam Sunkara
Director: Sai Kishore Macha

Tagline: A Timepass Bond

Avg. User Rating: 2.75/5


Pooja (Sakshi Chaudhary), a lady don in Dubai whose parents separated in her childhood. In the present, Pooja shifts down to India to look after her bed ridden mother and keeps her past a secret. On the other part of the world, Nani (Allari Naresh) is a faint-hearted software engineer who always dreams of marrying a traditional soft-spoken girl. In a series of interesting events, Nani marries Pooja without the knowledge of the fact that she is a don and her past. So, how dis Nani know the truth and what happened to their married life forms the crux of the plot.


Allari Naresh: He is rather a part of the film than the main lead. This subject was indeed a cake walk for an actor like Naresh but you can't find a key performance or comedy sequence of Naresh in the film.

Sakshi Chaudary: We wonder if we this newbie has been roped in for some glamor quotient. In spite of being the lead or in other words, the hero of the film, she largely had a wooden face and could hardly emote something.

Aashish Vidyardhi: You'll find him in yet another run-of-the-mill don role and you'll get everything but a small smirk.

Posani: He was an entertainer citing  Telugu serial characters all the while.

The rest of comedy gang including JP, Raghu Babu, Saptagiri, Jabardast, Krishna Bhagvan, Raghu, Praveen, 30yrs industry Prithvi, Hema, Jeeva, Ali and all did a decent job.


What do you expect from an Allari Naresh film? Naturally a laugh riot, if not at least a fun family entertainer. But James Bond is nothing more than a timepass film. Debutant director Sai Kishore just did a sheer translation of a script by the master of commercial comedy entertainers Sreedhar Seepana. The story isn't new to the Telugu audience and there is nothing new done to tickle our funny bones. James Bond looks like an ineffective attempt with some confusion drama relying highly upon Sreedhar Seepana's dialogues with some heavy desperate rhyming. All you get to see is few slow mo build up shots of the heroine as a mafia don, Naresh getting scared of his wife all the while and few animated comedy by the rest of the gang. But the writers failed to knit a concrete laugh riot with no key hilarious sequences. However, the positive aspect of the film is that it is a timepass entertainer that will not bore you down.

First Half: It is the heroine's show all the way. Scenes between Posani, Allari Naresh are comical.

Interval: The pre-interval episode was predictable and bland.

Second Half: This segment was carried away by Naresh, Prithvi and JP & Co. The second half looks extended and on top of it, a routine and weak climax adds to the misery.


Sai Kartheek gave a decent album but none were catchy including the Sankuratri remix (Of course you can't expect songs with visual wonders in Allari Naresh's films). Background score doesn't need a mention.


Lyricist Rama Jogayya  Sastry's special appearance was not worthy enough to  win a mention but indeed his attire as a Dubai Sheikh was amusing.


Unlike an expected laugh riot, James Bond is just a one time watch time pass film. You can watch it for nothing in particular or special but you'll not be bored to death.

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