Out Of Theatre

Kevvu Keka

Out Of Theatre
19 Jul, 2013 2 hrs 27 mins U/A
Allari Naresh, Sharmiela Mandre
Synopsis
There are too many coincidences that may provoke you to question some scenes that develop. Relax. If something is funny, laugh. If it is not, you cannot help but laugh at the contrived humour.
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  • Times of India
Synopsis : ​There are too many coincidences that may provoke you to question some scenes that develop. Relax. If something is funny, laugh. If it is not, you cannot help but laugh at the contrived humour.

Movie Review : Lights. Roll camera. Action. And there's no stopping our lead actor Naresh whose name in the film is Buchi Raju. The only man who can call cut in his life is his girlfriend Maha's father Subba Rao (M S Narayana) who desires a rich husband for his daughter. Maha (Sharmeila Mandre) finds no option but to introduce Buchi Raju as the chairman of a group of shopping malls whereas the young man is only a salesman. Subba Rao's dream that he should have a crorepati as son-in-law pushes Buchi Raju to land in Thailand. If only Buchi Raju can lay his hands on the two businessmen, now in Thailand, who had cheated his father, he would become overnight rich. Ghottam Gopalakrishna (Ashish Vidyarthi) who owns a garment manufacturing company dismisses Buchi Raju when he approaches him to return the money he had taken from his father. Ghottam is a tough nut to crack and Buchi and his uncle (Krishna Bhagawan) decide on a plan of action: kidnap him. It's here that three different teams of people for different reasons are on the same mission. Funnily enough, Ghottam himself scripts his kidnap with one group and Ghottam's wife plans the kidnap of her husband with a different motive and with a different team. The third team in fray is Buchi and his `mama'. The movie is fast paced. Just when you think one obstacle has been overcome, another scene erupts to keep you engaged. The witty one-liners are what make the movie. There is no forced comedy but only intended pun. It's fun. The film director Devi Prasad has heavily relied on the fun element in the script and looks like he did not pay much attention to the camera work. Naresh is at ease all through the film and Krishna Bhagawan, with his comic sense of timing, tickles your funny bone. Sharmeila Mandre is one who will give out any piece of information while trying to hide it. The talkative girl makes for an enjoyable character. If you are looking for some action, there's some even though it may not be quality stuff. There's Mumait Khan too and she is overshadowed by the music in her song, much to the relief of the audience.
Note : There are too many coincidences that may provoke you to question some scenes that develop. Relax. If something is funny, laugh. If it is not, you cannot help but laugh at the contrived humour.

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Mauli Agarwal
nice
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Harish Kandula
GOOD MOVIE
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sreenadh
nice movie comedy super naresh acting super
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