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Mr. Manmadha

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29 Mar, 2013 2 hrs 22 mins A
Krishnudu, Sonia, Deepika Das, Amit, Raja Sridhar, Kadambari Kiran, Vijay, A Subashini, Nanduri Ramu, Venu, Jeeva, Kondavalasa
Synopsis
Madan (Krishnudu) is well-to-do software engineer who’s on a bride hunt. He is looking for a fine, beautiful and homely Telugu girl. He runs into Sonia (Sonia), a BPO employee looking for a dapper knight in shining armour to get hitched to and thus begins an improbable romance.
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  • Times of India
Story : Madan (Krishnudu) is well-to-do software engineer who's on a bride hunt. He is looking for a fine, beautiful and homely Telugu girl. He runs into Sonia (Sonia), a BPO employee looking for a dapper knight in shining armour to get hitched to and thus begins an improbable romance.

Movie Review : It's another "fat boy in love with a pretty girl" love story with a bit of a twist. There are the usual gags on size, boys, girls, virginity and internet love among other things, but the fat boy and pretty girl aren't the only love birds in the movie - they are just one of the thee couples. More the merrier isn't it? In hindsight it doesn't seem so.

At the centre of it all are Madan and Sonia who are as different as chalk and cheese. Madan is an obese software engineer, who's on the lookout for a conventional girl to get hitched to. Sonia is a free spirited modern girl who prefers to live by her rules. She believes its fine to take advantage of men who try to do the same to women and makes no bones about using men for her needs. Sonia dreams of getting married to a rich guy with a six pack. Needless to say, what happens when their paths cross is the gist of the movie.

The performances by Krishnudu and Sonia are good and they make a good couple onscreen. But it's pretty tried and tested premise, but the packaging isn't fresh either, so it just ends up being very predictable. Also, there aren't enough romantic moments. Except for a couple of peppy numbers and a few funny lines, the movie has little to offer.

Note: Don't go to the movie expecting another Village lo Vinayakudu, you might just like it a little better.

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Susnatha Nath
Very entertaining comedy movie to enjoy fully ! Superb performance by the actors to attract the audience !
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