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Guntur Talkies

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04 Mar, 2016 2 hrs 14 mins A
Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Naresh, Rashmi Gautam Shraddha Das, Lakshmi Manchu, Mahesh Manjrekar
Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Naresh, Rashmi Gautam Shraddha Das, Lakshmi Manchu, Mahesh Manjrekar
Praveen Sattaru
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Synopsis: The film’s got an ‘A’ certificate as the director chose to retain what goes with his storyline. That content apart, everything else practically is a laugh riot, especially in the second half of the film.
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  • Critic's Review
  • Times of India
Synopsis: The film's got an 'A' certificate as the director chose to retain what goes with his storyline. That content apart, everything else practically is a laugh riot, especially in the second half of the film.

Movie Review: Giri and Hari are most wanted - by the police, gangsters, women and factionists. The tragedy for them - and comedy for us - is that they are caught by anyone of them, they do not know for what reason. Their predicament is our dose of fun.

Let's get to know our characters. Giri (Naresh) and Hari (Siddu Jonnalagadda) work in a medical shop. They turn petty thieves when the shop-owner cuts their salary for their late-coming. It is on one of these adventures of breaking into people's houses that lands them in big trouble.

The confused duo suffer at the hands of the police which are investigating a Rs five lakh theft in the house of a police inspector, a Mumbai don (Mahesh Manjrekar) who is trying to retrieve Rs one crore worth material (drugs), factionists who are baying for Hari's blood for getting involved with a girl from their district, and finally a gangster queen played by Shraddha Das.

The film's got an 'A' certificate as the director chose to retain what goes with his storyline. That content apart, everything else practically is a laugh riot, especially in the second half of the film.

Naresh who is a veteran of many movies shows that he's got much more talent if it is only exploited. Siddu Jonnalagadda's best scenes are when he puts up an innocent face. The director gives Shraddha Das an unusual character but makes sure it does slip into obscenity.

As a police sub-inspector Raja Ravindra is cool in his investigations and has something to contribute for the laughs. The background scores dominates the first half of the film though it drags a bit before picking up momentum in the second half.

Surely, some of Mahesh Manjrekar's dialogues will not go down well with the police, if they get to watch the movie. Some words have been censored but you still know what the foul-mouthed villain wants to say.

Rashmi Gautam is there to justify the 'A' tag that the film has got. Her silence through most of her role conveys much. Since the first half of the film is not all that engaging, it might get onto the nerves of the audience.
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