Andhagadu is a good film. Unlike the routine films coming these days, the film comes with more than one plots. The subplots are cleverly cooked up and designed in engaging screenplay format. The film discusses the blind people through its dialogues and it adds fun in a clean manner.
The comedy is a major plus point in the film. The revenge drama angle along with the ghost drama angle individually look different and convincing but when they have been included in the film at one stretch, there’s something that is missing.
Except for that, there are no big drawbacks with the movie. There are good fun and entertainment that will work with the B and C centre audiences. The families may also end up liking the movie. The director cleverly mixed all the commercial elements in the film in the required proportion giving the scope for everyone to get interested in watching the movie. The scenes between the romantic pair has also come up in an interesting manner. On a whole, the film is a decent comedy entertainer which can be given a watch.
Raj Tarun is very good in the film. The way he is improving with each film deserves appreciation. Raj Tarun surprised everyone in the film as a blind guy and his performance is shaped up properly without exceeding the limits. Hebah Patel is also a good performer who has impressed with both glamour and performance in the movie.
Raja Ravindra is another good actor who has got to play the important role in the movie. As a baddie, Raja Ravindra is perfect in the film and did justice to his role. The other actors like Satya, Sudarshan, Shayaji Shinde, Ashish Vidyarthi, Fish Venkat, Jaya Prakash Reddy and others are good in their roles and impressed.
Goutham (Raj Tarun) is an RJ living in Vizag. He is blind from the childhood but hides the fact and loves Netra (Hebah Patel). As days pass by, she realises the truth and she leaves him. But soon, she arranges for his eye operation resulting in Goutham getting his vision. Goutham and Netra start seeing each other again by burying the misunderstandings between them. Meanwhile, Goutham starts feeling the presence of the ghost Ranjith Kulkarni (Rajendra Prasad) whose eyes are donated to him. In what manner did this transform the happy life of Goutham reveals the rest of the story of the film.
Cast : Raj Tarun, Hebah Patel
Director : Veligonda Srinivas
Music Director :Sekhar Chandra
Production : AK Entertainments
Rating : 2.75/5