Director : Phani Krishna Siriki
Music Director : R R Dhruvan
Producer : K K Radhamohan
Cast : Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Priya Hegde, Deepthi Naidu
Cinematography : Satish Muthyala
iQlik Movies Rating: 2/5
Despite back to back flops, Adi Saikumar is trying his luck with back to back projects at box-office. Today his film Crazy Fellow has hit the theatres and let us see how it is..
The plot revolves around a young man named Nani (Adi Saikumar) who has a serious deficiency of the characteristic of attentiveness. He falls in love with Tripura Sundari. But the Twist in the tale arises when Nani unwittingly falls in love with another girl as well. What happens next forms the crux?
Aadi Saikumar steals the show with his energetic performance. He gave his best in terms of humour and his comedy timing is impressive.
Digangana Suryavanshi and Mirnaa Menon are adequate in their roles.
In terms of technical quality, Crazy Fellow falls short; cinematography is just average. Editing could have been a lot better.
Music by RR Dhruvan is good but BGM is mediocre, to say the least. Production values are decent. Director totally fails in writing as the story is totally an old tale.
Aadi Saikumar's characterisation really looks crazy as the title and makes us entertained in the initial half hour. The first half has adequate fun-filled moments. The film goes totally wrong from the interval block. Meanwhile, clumsy attempts of humor make the film irritating instead of entertaining. Mainly, coming to the story, everything about the film feels old. From the narrative to the forced humor, the film tests the patience of the audience.
Silly plot, immature narration, over-the-top designed comedy portions, and irritating characters make it a big letdown. First half engages you with some good humour. In the second half, the director totally failed to narrate the old tale in an engaging way. Right from the interval block, the film tests your patience. On the whole, the film is completely silly and absurd. The film has an okayish first half and an unbearable second half. The lead cast?s performance, a few comedy scenes here and there, are its saving grace.
Aadi SaiKumar's performance
Few scenes in the first half
Final Verdict: Silly But Not Crazy
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