Release date: June 26, 2015
Cineinterval.com Rating: 2.75/5
Producer: V.V.N Prasad
Music Director : Sagar Mahathi
Starring: Naga Shourya, Sonarika Bhadoria
After impressing the audience with breezy romantic roles, young actor Naga Shourya is making an attempt to release a mass avatar along with his latest film, Jadoogadu. Directed by Yogie, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see however it’s.
Krishna (Naga Shourya) comes to Hyderabad with the intention to earn money and settle well in life. He begins his career as a loan recovery agent and from there, he joins a gang run by Srisailam (Zakeer Hussain), who may be a right hand to central minister Jagadeesh Naidu (Kota Srinivasan). After a couple of days, he becomes the crucial member of this gang.In the in the meantime, krishna falls love with with Parvathy (Sonarika), who hails from Kerala. She desires to settle in Dubai and convinces krishna for a similar. At a similar time, Srisailam and Jagadeesh Naidu involve krishna in a very big deal while not revealing the inner details about it.So, however will Krishna face the consequences? Will he be ready to get out of the tangle and fly to Dubai together with his love interest? This forms the rest of the story.
Plus points :-
Naga Shourya’s characterization is that the major highlight for this picture. He has acted with sensible energy levels throughout the film and his performance within the climax could be a huge plus for the film.
The second half an hour is decisive for this film. This is often the time once the twit’s are revealed and therefore the picture proceed with an honest pace alongside some racy narration. Climax is well executed. Comedians Srinivas Reddy, Prudhvi and Ramesh did a good job in their roles.Apart from Naga Shourya, the remaining cast notably Kota Srinivasrao, Zakeer Hussain, Ashish Vidyarthi and Ajay performed well and did justice to their roles. Sonarika’s glamour quotient is a new advantage for this picture.
The basic plot may be a huge setback for the film. The predictable story line has been used in various movies earlier in Tollywood. Also, the logic in several scenes goes missing. Few unnecessary characters were included and the length of the picture show becomes a tad too long.After elevating the hero’s character within the half, the director did not continue the tempo within the second half. Several unnecesssary scenes hamper the free flow of the picture show. Naga Shourya’s character isn’t elevated abundant throughout the 2nd half and lacks clarity.
The excessive run time of one 150 minutes is a dampener going by this trend of films. Saptagiri’s role appearance low-cost and goes overboard.
Debutante music director, Sagar Mahati gave excellent music and his background score may be a huge bonus for this show. Cinematography by Sai Sriram is OK. Every frame in the picture looked good and a handful of songs were shot terribly nicely.
Director Yogie might have done a far higher job. Though he addressed the script in an exceedingly nice way, his plot is foreseeable and fails to create it attention-grabbing. Piece of writing is below par as several scenes might are simply cut out. The production values are pretty made and therefore the makers haven’t compromised in delivery out a high quality show for the audience.
On the complete, Jadoogadu is attention-grabbing solely in bits and items. A number of diverting scenes within the half and a well-executed climax are the grace for the film. Even supposing, Naga Shourya proves his acting caliber with this film, the inevitable story line and an extended run time spoil the flow of this below average action soul.
Cineinterval.com Rating: 2.75/5
Reviewed by Cineinterval.com