Director Veerabhadram, who didn’t really taste success with his earlier films like ‘Aha Na Pellanta’ and ‘Poolarangadu’ has lost the craze with the disastrous ‘Bhai’ starring Nagarjuna. Literally need a break to prove himself and came up with ‘Chuttalabbayi’ to prove his mettle at box-office.
Hero Aadi too need a break at box-office and he is eagerly waiting for success, so let us see whether this combination worked out or not.
Kavya (Namitha Pramod), sister of a police officer, is tired of constant pressure to get married. Babji (Aadi) is a recovery agent, who unfortunately gets into Kavya life for couple of times meeting each other. Kavya’s brother mistakes that Babji is after his sister, One day, she runs away from her house and again she meets Babjee and police chase him thinking both are eloping. Rest all about their journey and lands in village, to know more details we should watch on big screen.
Aadi looked full energetic and apt for the role; he has done justice for his character. Looks like he is obsessed with action hero image as he is choosing similar kind of characters in every film; surely now it is time to try something new for this hero to sustain in this Industry, audience need some variations in his characters.
Namitha Pramod got the looks and talent. She is a treat to watch, but lacks with glamour.
Prudhvi has generated quite a few good laughs.
Abhimanyu Singh is okay in the police role, but lacks with depth of the character.
Sai Kumar and Annapurna are okay.
Raghu Babu’s is routine comedy.
Ali is good.
Movie looks lavish all over.
Technical values are just ok.
Thaman’s music scores some attention.
Director plays safe game with minimum guaranteed screenplay.
Some parts of Comedy
Boring second half
Hero Aadi is going with routine stories and characters, he need to upgrade and director need to add some freshness to the screenplay instead of same routine drama.
Bottom-Line: Need Something More Abbayi!!