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Naruda Donoruda

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04 Nov, 2016 2 hrs 23 mins U/A
Sumanth, Pallavi Subhash, Tanikella Bharani, Suman Shetty
Sumanth, Pallavi Subhash, Tanikella Bharani, Suman Shetty
Mallik Ram
Synopsis
Those who have already watched the Hindi version could enjoy this one for the high dose of Telugu double entendre.
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Story: Vikram, a jobless youngster finds a way to earn a quick buck through sperm donation, as suggested by infertility specialist, Dr Anjaneyulu (Tanikella Bharani). He keeps this a secret from his lover and later wife, (Aashima Roy) until she finds out that she can't have kids. When she confronts him about why he never got a fertility test, he comes clean to her about him being a donor. That ticks her off to leave Vicky. How he wins her back is the rest of the story.
Movie Review: For a movie remade from a super hit Hindi film, Naruda Donoruda made sure it kept the original's soul intact. So much so that the dialogues in some scenes were translations of what were in its Hindi counterparts. Having said that, it was a bold attempt to introduce a concept so frowned upon by the conventional audience. The dialogues are what you must look forward to, not to mention the effortless rendition of the same by Tanikella Bharani.
Naruda Donoruda is being touted as Sumanth's comeback film and his theatrics in the movie look like he really needs this to be. He indeed carried out the emotional scenes quite convincingly but the comedy more often than not fell flat. In his defense, he was sharing screen space with Tanikella, who somehow made slapstick look natural. Pallavi Subhash's acting as a reclusive woman at first and a distraught wife in the second was impressive. It was a delight to watch Srilakshmi at her comic best again in this movie.
Cinematography in bits and pieces gave the audiences some feel good moments. The BGM for the comedy scenes is out-of-ordinary and the music overall certainly adds to the experience. Abrupt transitions in some areas catch you off-guard unless you choose to ignore that. The second half feels rushed after a high-build up first. Perhaps it was for the audience to have their fill of comedy thus keeping the sentimental scenes on the clock.
A special mention must be made for the subtle emotional scenes in the movie. For the Tollywood viewer who is used to high-on-glycerine scenes to depict drama in a relationship, the little nuances were a breath of fresh air. Vicky hugs his mother to convince her to accept a divorcee into the family; Aashima's father reacts with a "Meenu (her pet name) ela undi" when he finds out she can't have kids. Steering clear of the lengthy monologues to establish a high-emotion situation worked great for the otherwise loud and energetic movie.
The story of Vicky Donor isn't new to the multiplex audiences but Naruda Donoruda ensured that there was a native tinge to it for the single screen audiences. While those who have already watched the Hindi version could watch this one for the high dose of Telugu double entendre, those who didn't can enjoy the tried-and-tested story.
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