Prasanth (Naveen Chandra) is a good boy hailing from Anandapuram village living in Hyderabad with his friend (Dhanraj). He drops a rich girl (Sruthi Sodhi) who is drunk estranged in a road in her home safely. She then falls for his character, follows him and makes him fall for her. They both go to Prasanth’s village where they both propose to marry and her father, a rich businessman (Murali Sharma) objects it. Prasanth and her father throw a challenge which helps Prasanth to marry businessman’s daughter. What is that challenge?? How they both get married forms the rest of the story.
Cast and Performance
Naveen Chandra is superb as Prashanth and he performed well. He looks good on screen and might be addictive to girls. Sruthi Sodhi is good and she is so glamorous and her performance is good. Posani Krishna Murali is superb and evoke few laughs. Dhanraj is hilarious and tickle audience when he is on screen. Murali Sharma is nice and he did Justice to his role as a rich businessman. Prabhas Sreenu as production manager is good. Raghu Babu as a director who gave series of flops is superb. Prudhvi is hilarious and he makes theatre erupt with his mannerisms and dialogues.
Story of this Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu is simple and okay. Screenplay is mediocre and dialogues are also okay but seemed to be written with a sense of rhyming sense.
Music composed by DJ Vasanth is okay and his background score is also flat and nothing great to talk about it. Cinematography by Balreddy is superb and visuals are delight to watch and is a huge plus to this movie. Editing by Gautham Raju is okay and he did a mediocre job as there is a lot to edit out. Stunts are composed well. Production values are apt and cool.
- Cinematography by Balreddy
- Few comedy Sequences
Movie begins with the introduction of a bankrupt producer and followed by few love and comedy sequences which are somewhat entertaining and routine. How a hero who has a character like Lord Rama is followed by a rich girl and fall in love. Screenplay in this half is having a lot of comic sequences which entertains and it fails to engage the audience throughout this half. It ends where Prudhvi enter into the movie as a junior artist who gets a break to become hero of a movie. The scene where he utters the dialogues of star heroes is highly enjoyable. Second half consists of his mannerisms and his comedy timing which makes this half an enjoyable ride with the right entertainment. Naveen Chandra who is struggling with a series of flops will again be disappointed with this movie as it has nothing but the comedy of Prudhvi. He should have selected better scripts to be in line like his contemporaries. Director Satti Babu did a nice job in using Prudhvi and his comedy timing but he seemed to have less concentrated on story and content. To sum up, Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu is a humorous ride with Prudhvi.