Starring: Gopichand, Nayanthara, Prakash Raj, Brahmanandam, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Abhimanyu Singh
Director: B Gopal
Producers: Tandra Ramesh
Music Director: Mani Sharma
Cinematography : M Balamurugan
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Release Date : October 08,2021
Aaradugula Bullet has finally been released after staying in the cans for a long time. Gopichand is the hero and, read our review to know if the film has any juice in it or not.
Siva(Gopichand) has no seriousness in life and this does not go well with his dad played by Prakash Raj. On the other hand, a dreaded Gangster played by Abhimanyu Singh does a Kabza on Prakash Raj’s son. This is the time Siva gets serious in life and comes to the aid of his dad and gets his home back.
As it is a commercial drama, every actor hams to another level. The film is filled with over-the-top dialogues and Gopichand leads from the front. He does an okay job and impresses in the action scenes. Nayanthara provides solid eye candy and she looks juicy in the songs. Prakash Raj is routine as a father in trouble and the main villain, Abhimanyu Singh irritates you to no extent.
The father and son fighting against each other have been shown in so many films earlier. But the only difference here is the backdrop which is Vijayawada. But the emotions, drama, and characters are the same.
The songs bring some respite as they have been shot well and there is glamor dose from Nayan. But the film suffers mainly from the predictable nature. There is no scene where you cannot make out what is going to happen next.
Apart from this, the second half is a tragedy as the film falls flat during this time. In a way, the film was stuck in time and the same is the case with its proceedings as well and looks quite odd for today’s time.
Bottom Line – Old to the core