Arjun (Vishnu Manchu) and Ashwin (Raj Tarun) are best friends who is sons of a lawyer (Rajendra Prasad) and police (Posani Krishna Murali) respectively. They both happen to meet Neelaveni (Sonarika Badoria) and Supriya (Hebah Patel) in a marriage of their friend (Vennela Kishore). Neelaveni has an intention to marry an orphan. So Arjun acts as an orphan and marries Neelaveni and lands as a tenant in his own home. In the eyes of his family he makes Ashwin as Neelaveni’s brother. All goes well and real confusion starts where Ashwin marries Supriya saying that he is a son of lawyer. How they both solved their problems and clear confusions form the rest of story.
Cast and Performance
Vishnu Manchu is good as Arjun. His acting seems to be more dramatic in many scenes. He looks good compared to his previous movies. Raj Tarun performed well as Ashwin. He dominated his co-actor Vishnu in so many scenes. He is definitely a born actor. Sonariki Badoria as Neelaveni is good. She is good in her skin show rather than her acting. Hebah Patel is fine. Her character has so many shades of her previous character Kumari of Kumari 21F. Rajendra Prasad and Ravi Babu is perfect in their roles as father and brother of Vishnu. Posani as Raj Tarun’s father is nice and funny. Shakalaka Shankar and Vennela Kishore are hilarious in their limited roles. Jyothi Singh is good. Abhimanyu Singh and Chatrapathi Katraju are perfect as rivals. Fish Venkat and Prabhas Seenu are funny. Tagubothu Ramesh who comes in the climax is good.
Tunes rendered by Sai Karthik are pretty okay and they only cater to mass audience but not for the ones who expect melodious tracks. In a very short span he has composed for more than fifty movies. His background music is impressive and nothing more to remember. Siddharth’s visuals are nice. He had done a superb job. Editing by M R Varma is okay. Production Values are rich.
Story of this movie is good. Screenplay is good at places and mediocre in the beginning of second half. Dialogues by Diamond Rathnababu are good but are filled with rhyming words.
- Comedy of confusion
- Some lame comedy scenes
Movie begins with a straight forward intro of characters without any unnecessary scenes with an introduction song with Sunil as narrator. First half is filled with so many comedy scenes and some scenes where comedy doesn’t workout well. It ends on a confusion mode. Second half begins with scenes which gives characters time to realise shades of their respective characters and even a lot more confusion. Second half starts with a disengaging screenplay and picka up after Ko Ko Kodi song. Comedy of this movie is very formulaic and works at places and makes audience regret at some places. Scenes involving Ravi Babu and Rajendra Prasad are very funny. There is no clarity in characters and their presence on screen. These days comedy in our Telugu films is generated only through confusion or else double meaning dialogues. To sum up, Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam is a confused fun ride.