Cast: Naveen Chandra, Prudvi, Shruti Sodhi, Saloni, Murali Sharma and Posani Krishna Murali
Editing: Gautham Raju
Music: Sri Vasanth
Producer: KK Radhamohan
Direction: E. Satti Babu
After a long time, director E. Sattibabu has made a film titled Meelo Evaru Koteeshwarudu. Starring Naveen Chandra, Prudvi, Shruti Sodhi and Saloni in the lead roles, this film is touted to be a comedy entertainer. It is released today and we bring you the review of this film:
One night Priya (Shruti Sodhi) parties with her friends and gets drunk. When she is walking on the road in a drowsy state, Prashanth (Naveen Chandra) drops her at her home safely. At first, she doubts on him but later she realizes the truth and starts loving him. But he doesn’t love her. He asks her to travel with him for a week and takes her to his village. There he witnesses Priya getting really close to his family and even he starts loving her.
When they reveal about their love to their parents, Priya’s dad doesn’t agree for their marriage. He says that a poor guy like Prashanth is not eligible to marry his daughter. Then Prashanth challenges him. What’s that challenge? Who won it? What’s the role of Prudvi in it? You have to watch the film to know the answers to these questions.
Though he is a protagonist, Naveen Chandra’s character seems to be like a guest role. He will be barely seen in the second half. Shruti Sodhi looks average and even her performance is not up to the mark. The major highlight of the film is Prudvi’s character. He entertains the audience during the interval episode. Murali Sharma was okay in his role. Posani impresses with his act. Saloni has also done justice to her role.
- Interval Bang
- Story and screenplay
- First half
- Snail paced narration
Technical and overall analysis:
Nowadays, the audiences are not accepting the movies which have zero content. Earlier, many comedy capers had done well despite the lack of the story but these days, nothing of that sort is happening. Meelo Evaru Koteeshwarudu is one such film which doesn’t have a solid story and completely relied on comedy sequences. None of the technical departments could save this film. The production values were low, the cinematography was not good and the editing was sluggish. A couple of songs and the background score were good.
The whole movie relies on making spoofs on other hit films. At one of time, the audience gets irritated by this kind of narrative. People who love to watch something fresh and good should strictly stay away from this film.
Neither Fresh Nor Logical