Poolarangadu Review

Poolarangadu Review

Movie:       Poolarangadu

Rating:      3.25/5

Director:   Veerabhadram

Producer:  K.Achireddy

Ranga (Sunil) works as a real estate broker. Though he had the ability to show moon in his palm, he falls in deep financial crisis as the real estate business was down. At this juncture, he gets an opportunity that he gets an opportunity to buy a piece of land at a prime locality near Warangal at a cheaper rate, he completes the registration and other jobs by keeping his father’s house documents with a money lender Gavarraju (Pruthvi). While looking for a buyer of the land, he comes to know that the land was in possession of two big people called Konda Reddy (Dev Gill) and Lala Goud (Pradeep Rawat). In order to wriggle out of the land and the financial mess, Ranga searches a way out. He finds that Lala Goud has a daughter called Anita (Isha Chawla). Through Anita and with the help of his best friendS Vasu (Ali) and Bosu (Satyam Rajesh), he plans to solve his problem. Did Ranga traps Anita with his words and make her to fall in love with him? Will Konda Reddy and Lala Goud forget their rivalry and join hands for the safe release of land? What kind of plan did Ranga hatch to come out of the crisis? Whether Ranga succeeded in his attempts or not? Answers to all these questions form part of the climax…
 
Performance:
Sunil gave an excellent performance all through the film as the hero. He proved that he is an out and out hero material not only by losing his weight but also by developing six-pack abs. Moreover, he shows lots of ease in dancing. His dances are delight to watch. Being a comedian, he maintains perfect comedy timing and perfectly imitates Chiranjeevi and Mohanbabu and the audiences would definitely accept it. He showed tremendous skills in action scenes. Especially the climax action scene came out superbly. Isha Chawla looks very good and she maintains good chemistry with the hero. She too had shown equal ease in dances with Sunil. Another hilarious and loud character is Telangana Sakuntala. She played a cameo in the film and she was quite entertaining as long as she appeared on the screen. Next is Pruthvi as moneylender. Ali played Sunil’s friend, while Raghubabu is the sidekick of Dev Gill. Kota Srinivasa Rao and Duvvasi Mohan were wasted.
 
Technical:
Dialogues by Sridhar Seepana are perfectly matched to the body language of Sunil and other artistes. He perfectly mixed some punch dialogues at necessary scenes. Camera work by Prasad Moorella is outstanding, especially during the climax fight. The editing is satisfactory as there is no dull moment through out the film. Kanal Kannan made sure of the action scenes were choreographed perfectly. Anoop Rubens did a very neat job with the background score. All the songs were good to listen and nice to watch on the screen. Veerabhadram penned a very good entertaining story keeping Sunil in view. More over he wrote a very tight screenplay to maintain the same tempo all through the film. The first half of the film is very entertaining and humorous and the director narrated the subject in a fast pace. In the second half, the director had a small nap and lost the grip on the story and soon he regained his senses and caught the reins of the subject and the climax was excellently shot. The narration of the story was so effective and the screenplay was so tight that the audiences never feel bored in the film. However, it is not known why Sunil worked so hard to achieve six-pack abs was not known as there is not so necessary for the film. The director too did not show any consistency in the character of Dev Gil. In one way, there is no justification to the title as the hero makes gimmicks to safeguard the land but did not enjoy his life. No doubt, the film would earn good name for director Veerabhadram as a commercial director and fame to the hero.
 
Remarks:
Though the film has no freshness in it and not any message to offer due to its commercial values it may perform well at B and C centers. You can watch for entertainment and time pass.
 
Cast: Sunil, Isha Chawla, Pradeep Rawat, Dev Gill, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Raja Ravindra, Pruthvi, Ali, Raghubabu, Satyam Rajesh, Telangana Sakuntala, Sudha, Pragati,
Credits: Dialogues – Sridhar Seepana, Camera – Prasad Murella, Editing – Gauthamraju, Music – Anoop Rubens, Action – Kaanal Kannan, Art – Nagendra, Producer – K Achireddy, Story, screenplay and direction – Veerabhadram
Banner: Max India Productions

Released on: February 18, 2013

Poolarangadu Review
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