Kishore Tirumala’s Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Tollywood Movie Review

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Movie title: Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu
Cast: Sharwanand, Rashmika Mandanna, and others
Director: Kishore Tirumala
Duration: 141 minutes

Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Trailer

Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Review

The movie begins establishing the whole women gang. Radhika Sarathkumar‘s character tells her son Chiru (Sharwanand) that women expect their men to possess a sense of humour. ‘Be humorous, be caring’, the good mother tells her unmarried and frustrated son. Her lesson left this commentator considering how might anybody sustain awareness of what’s actually funny when about six exhausting older folks in the family are able to do just lecturing or self-exaggerating.

Chiru runs a wedding hall (in the event that you wanted to take note of). He starts loving Aadhya (Rashmika Mandanna). The actress starts loving him after he saves her from likely sexual stalkers. After and Chiru and the elderly female folks in his family are convinced that Aadhya will be the daughter-in-law. This is when Aadhya tosses a stunner: her mom Vakula (Khushbu), an independent business person, is a difficult one to figure out. Will Chiru be able to convince her for the marriage?

The heroine likes the modesty and attitude of the hero, and similarly, the hero likes the heroine for her appearance, looks, and so on. But, there is no chemistry between them, and even the proposal happens accidentally. And before we know it, there is the interval.
One hopes the second half has something more, a little bit more fun, drama, and emotions along with a good story. Unfortunately, it doesn’t.

The climax is ok. The story fails because of the poor dialogue. The romantic songs suffer due to zero chemistry between the hero-heroine duo. In ‘AMJ’, Sharwanand and Rashmika appear to share negative energy. In the event that you have watched the film, attempt to review only one occurrence where you felt Rashmika’s Aadhya truly cherishes Chiru. There is scarcely an extreme stretch that causes us to feel for Chiru and it is because of his character. He is always made to look like a comically frustrated guy.

Excepting Urvashi, the other family member (for the most part Radhika Sarathkumar and Khushbu) get to play unidimensional characters that scarcely track down their mood. They don’t have an existence beyond Chiru. The men in Chiru’s family are only observers.

The film battles to bring out giggling through joke artist Satya. Ravi Shankar has an appearance in an old sub-plot that exists unequivocally to rescue Chiru in an artificial turn of events.  Devi Sri Prasad’s background score is dull, however, the melodies are a hodgepodge (disliked assessment: the title track is superior to the other tunes). Sujith Sarang’s cinematography is good.

In conclusion, Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu attempts to be a feel-good fun-family drama.

Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Rating

2.5 out of 5