Sukumarudu Movie Review
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Release Date: 10 May 2013
Cast: Aadhi, Nisha Agarwal
Producer: K Venu Gopal
Sukumarudu Movie Ratings : 1.75/5
The son of Dialogue King Sai Kumar ‘Aadi’ is all set to hit the screens with ‘Sukumarudu’. The film is released today worldwide and has Nisha Aggarwal as the female lead opposite Aadi. Superstar Krishna and veteran actress Sharada will be seen in a crucial role in this film. G.Ashok has directed this film and Venugopal is the producer. Let’s see how this movie is.
The story of this film is similar to the recently released “Greeku Veerudu ‘. A NRI egoist who cares for his family in India, suddenly coming out and seek their blessings once the property enters the equation.
Sukumar (Aadi) is a young-minded and extremely selfish money you have much success in life. However, he needs some urgent cash to kickstart your dream project. Precisely at this point, you come to know that an estate valued 150Crores awaits you in your village.
He decides to travel to the village and meet his grandmother Vandanamma (Sharada), an old woman a little cranky that is revered by the locals. Sukumar tries to emotionally blackmail her for the property.
But his plans are still frustrated by the story, his uncle Ramesh Rao and others. A romantic track Sankari (Nisha Aggarwal) also comes in during this time.
Sukumar will succeed in their plans or their evil plans are detected by the villagers? That forms the story.
Superstar Krishna Garu has an orderly and dignified presence, if only for a few minutes. Veteran actress Sharada has done a good job.
Rao Ramesh has done everything possible to make things interesting. Aadi is good dances and great fights, but needs to improve really fast in portraying emotions.
Screenplay of this movie is terrible. There is a logical sequence in the process and the whole film has a very uneven feel to it. The director has tried to address various themes of the film – father and son, the feeling, the feeling grandma and grandson, an NRI smart to reform his people back, etc. The problem is that none of the issues have been adequately addressed.
There are huge gaps in the plot and many sequences have absolutely no logic. There are excessive and unnecessary melodrama about the action in the emotional scenes.
The movie is too long. A few minutes less than three hours, the duration becomes unbearable when practically no story to tell.
The tracks do not work as comedy writing is stereotypical and very poor. Despite the presence of so many talented comedic actors, strong irritants viewers end sequences.
The romantic track between Aadi and Nisha Aggarwal is very superficial and incomplete. Their chemistry on screen is not very good.
The placement of the songs is very poor and act as the main speed switches.
Film photography is pretty mediocre. The editing is atrocious and as I said before, the film has a very uneven feel to it. The dialogues are very average.
Address of Ashok Kumar is quite poor and leaves much to be desired. The production values are mediocre.
Anoop Rubens has provided the music fine but the background score is too high, just like the rest of the film.
Sukumarudu is a film that is painfully long and poorly made. You can safely avoid the movie, unless you want to experience torture Sukumaramaina