Nagaram Nani (Kalakeya Prabhakar) is a rowdy sheeter who is involved in land mafia in Nellore city. He never make any women come to him and hates women to a level that he even hates his two sisters. Meanwhile, his sister named Amrutha (Aswini Chandra Sekhar) falls for a guy with the name Prabhas. Another guy with the name of Prabhas (Ravi Teja) enters the scene when she is about to reveal her love matter with Prabhas to her brother Nagaram Nani. Who is this Prabhas?? How Prabhas marry Amrutha with the consent of Nagaram Nani forms the rest of the story.
Cast and Performance
Kalakeya Prabhakar as Nagaram Nani is good and performed well though he failed to emote to the required level in some sequences. Ravi Teja, new actor is okay and makes us leave the auditorium with an impression that he is overacting. Ashwini Chandra Sekhar, who is the heroine of the movie is bad and she looks artificial in terms of acting and failed miserably with her performance. Venu is humorous and sometimes he has gone over the top and made audience feel irritation. Apparao is okay. All other actors are just fine.
Storyline of this Aavu Puli Madhyalo Prabhas Pelli is interesting. Screenplay is written so bad that it makes the whole film look crap. Dialogues are just okay.
Tunes rendered by Kavi Shankar are so bad and audience leave auditorium while the songs are playing on screen. But he did a fine job with the composition of background score. Cinematography by Aarli Ganesh is okay and it has nothing great to talk about or wonder about. Editing is bad which in terms lead to a bad movie experience. Production values are impressive.
- Kalakeya Prabhakar as Nagaram Nani
- Few comedy sequences
- Aswini Chandra Sekhar’s performance
- Music by Kavi Shankar
This movie Aavu Puli Madhyalo Prabhas Pelli is made just to bank and cash on the craze of Prabhas and has nothing more to think about. It begins showcasing Kalakeya Prabhakar as a goon who deals with land mafia and who always hates women. Screenplay is si bad and it doesn’t create any interest or curiosity among the audience. Interval has an interesting twist which makes audience wait for the second half craving for the good one. But second half does not come upto the expectations of the audience and makes the film become even worse. Comedy sequences which comes in the movie provide a little humour relief and sometimes they even irritate us to the core. Person who has less patience level will leave the auditorium in the very beginning thirty minutes into the movie. Director of the movie S J Chaitanya failed to the core in handling a serious subject like this involving comedy. He couldn’t manage to get a tight screenplay to make audience engaged. To sum up, this Aavu Puli Madhyalo Prabhas Pelli can be skipped for its non sense content.