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Sukumarudu

Out Of Theatre
10 May, 2013 2 hrs 40 mins U/A
Aadi, Nisha Agarwal, Bhavna Ruparel, Sharada, Rao Ramesh, Tanikella Bharani, Ghattamaneni Krishna, M N Narayan, Raghu Babu, Chandramohan, Gollapudi Maruthi Rao, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Chalapathi Rao
Synopsis
Relationships do not matter to him – until, of course, it means he can monetarily benefit from them. Sukku has big dreams but a small mind. A CEO of a company in the US, his immediate priority is to set up his own business but has no. The only way out is to grab the property that his grandmother is sitting on back in India
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  • Times of India
Story : Relationships do not matter to him - until, of course, it means he can monetarily benefit from them. Sukku has big dreams but a small mind. A CEO of a company in the US, his immediate priority is to set up his own business but has no. The only way out is to grab the property that his grandmother is sitting on back in India .

With the one intention of dislodging his grandmother from his ancestral property Sukku (Aadi) lands in his village. Vardhanamma (Sharada) proves a tough nut to crack. It's sometimes her forgetfulness and at other times her smartness that comes in the way. If it is not both, it is circumstances contrived by the man who calls himself SVR (Rao Ramesh), a family worker, which come in the way of Sukku taking his grandmother to the court to transfer the property on to his name.

One day, they finally make it to the court but after the working hours. Sukku is frustrated. The young-man-in-a-hurry wants to sell the property and fly back to the US at the earliest but there are hurdles, and more hurdles. Things go so much out of hand that he is forced to stay back as the head man of `the dirty village' and take care of its development.

He's in a hurry, no doubt, but has time enough to trip to the charms of Sankari (Nisha Agarwal). Just when he think everything will fall in place for him, Devaki (Bhava Ruparel ) makes an entry into the scene. She also, it is revealed, is a granddaughter of Vardhanamma and Sukku is mighty upset that she also has come to lay her hands on the property.

Nothing is working out for the over confident lad. Not, not, even marriage with Sankari and therefore, he is forced to fly back to the US.

Ah! That's no way to end a film story. Given your knowledge of Tollywood, you think you would have provided a better script. Relax. Tollywood also specialises in twists, so the director has one up his sleeve. Sit back and watch.

The film is basically a fun film. There's something unique about most of the characters that are etched very well by the director. Aadi's got it in him to entertain you, so long as you do not increase your expectations from him - to do what the big heroes do. But yes, he's good in his dancing shoes but one would say that is mainly because of the music provided by Anup Reubens. Nisha Agarwal had a neat role and performed well and in whatever screen space that Bhavna Ruparel got, she made good use of to show her talent. The movie is a bit lengthy, and the fight scenes could have been pruned. On the whole, a summer entertainer.
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Mauli Agarwal
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sreenadh
nice
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Srinivas Kotagiri
Ok Ok movie...can be watchable on tv
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