|Movie Name||Aatagadara Siva|
|Movie Cast||Uday, Doddanna, Hyper Aadi, Chammak Chandra|
|Music Director||Vasuki Vaibhav|
|Production Company||Rockline Venkatesh|
|Release Date||July 20, 2018|
Aatagadha raa Shiva is the latest Telugu film that released on Friday. The film stars Doddanna, Uday, Hyper Aadi, Chammak Chandra and others in the lead roles. Chandra Siddharth who earlier directed the films like Aa Naluguru and Emo Gurram Egaravachu has directed this film. Rockline Venkatesh who is favorite Kannada producer has produced this movie under Rockline entertainments Pvt Ltd. Naveen Nooli is the editor, and Lavith cranked the camera for the movie. Nobin Paul has given the background score for the film while Vasuki Vaibhav is the music director. The music is said to be the remake of Kannada hit film. Rama Rama ra. Check out the review of the film here.
Babji (Uday Shankar) is a death row convict who is going to be punished for the crime he committed. One fine day, he plans an escape from the jail and the government spreads the news about the same announcing a reward for those who give information about him. On the other side, an old man Jangayya (Doddanna) starts his journey to the Central jail to execute the death sentence for a criminal who eventually happens to be Babji. Both of them cross the path of one another. In the process, they come across a young couple who tries to elope. What happens after that? Forms the entire storyline of the film.
Doddanna and Uday have played the lead roles in the film. Both of them have given their best with this film and entertained everyone with their emotional performances. Chammak Chandra, Hyper Aadi, Chalaki Chanti and others shined in small comic roles in the movie. There is ample scope for the entertainment of the film in a different manner.
The film’s cinematography is brilliant. The cinematographer has captured beautiful visuals in the movie. The music scored by Vasuki Vaibhav is impressive to the core. The background score from Nobin Paul is undoubtedly going to be the best. Rockline Entertainments is the production house that produced the movie, and they have maintained lavish production values. Chandra Siddharth’s writing is neat, and the film is a faithful remake of Kannada movie.
Aatagadha raa Shiva is the film that revolves around a story that is laced with various aspects of life, death, human values, and morals. The movie has got an excellent underline message which tells that the experiences and relations are way more significant than the constitution and justice. The limited runtime of the movie is a considerable advantage, and it helps in the audiences getting engaged with the film. The only problem with the movie is that it does not make the audience involved in the movie. The film looks entirely, but there is no emotional connect with the characters in the film. Except for that, the film is excellent in all the aspects. On a whole, the film is a one-time watch.