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      Mon, May 30, 2016 | Last Updated 4:01 pm IST

      REVIEW: Tadakha - A Naga Chaitanya & Sunil Film.

      REVIEW: Tadakha - A Naga Chaitanya & Sunil Film.
      Star cast: Naga ChaitanyaSunilTamannahAndrea JeremiahBrahmanandamVennela KishoreRaghu Babu
      Director: Kishore Kumar Pardasani

      What Is Good: Naga Chaitnaya , Tamannah Skin Show, BGS of Thaman, Villain Ashutosh Rana Performance.

      What Is Bad: Many Predictable Scenes, Not So Engaging Screenplay, Direction, Poor Editing, Less Entertainment Quotient.

      Boring Scenes: All songs expect ‘Maro O Maro’ , Entire Second Half.

      Watch It Or Not ?: Not Worth Buying A Morning Show Ticket, Wait For Its DVD.

      Tadakha (Thadaka)Review: Story

      Shiva Ram Krishna [Sunil] and Karthiki [Naga Chaitnaya ] are siblings who bond closely with each other from childhood. Due to sudden death of their father Nagababu, Sunil joins police force on Chaitu insistence. Sunil who lives always in fear finds it difficult to survey cop job but Chaitu being fearless stands as backbone to him solving curial cases. When everything looks running smooth city don Bagga [Ashutosh Rana ] finds out Sunil is a dummy police and Chaitu is leading him. What did Rana do to stop Chaitu ? How did brother duo Sunil-Chaitu keep check to Rana? Has to be seen on silver screen.

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      Tadakha (Thadaka) Review: StarPerformances

      Naga Chaitanya has shown his true potential as mass hero in this flick. A lot of maturity can br sensed in Chaitu in terms of body language, and fight scenes. For sure this movie gives Chaitu his mark at few key scenes. Tammu has delivered a visual treat throughout the movie. Her role was short yet sweet. Andera was given limited screen space and she did justice to her role. She looked beautiful and even gave tough competition to Tammu.

      Aushtosh Rana performance is top top notch his expressions gains special appreciation. Brahmi, Jaya Prakash will make you laughs when they are onscreen.

      Tadakha(Thadaka) Review: Direction, Music & Technical Aspects

      Kishore Kumar [Dolly] has once again fall short in direction, screenplay and dialogues like his earlier film 'Konchem Istam Konchem Kastam'. His inexperience can be sensed through out the film. Thaman who is specialist in background score has did fabulous job as usual but his songs are not so soothing even on big screen. Cinematography by Arthur A. Wilson looks so bad. Editing by Gautham Raju is horrible, these days most of his film are like this only, only good thing in technical department is fights. Ram - Lakshman, Kanal Kannam as Ravi Varma has done extraordinary work, each fight look stylish and natural.

      Tadakha(Thadaka) Review: Analysis

      Tadakha came as only multi - starrer film this summer hit cmbo, Chaitu - Tammu working together, Sunil doing police officer role, being remake of hit Tamil movie 'Vettai' little curiosity awaked for tadakha movie, let see what it has for a common audiene.
      Film starts with childhood episode between Sunil- Chaitu which throws lights at close and caring bond both share. First half is filled with few light moments of brother senti of Sunil - Chaitu, romance chemistry of Chaitu and Tammu is entertaining and few well choreographed fight scenes. Brahmi makes you laugh for few minutes and villain Authosh Rana shows his acting skills. Overall first half is OK kind of stuff.

      But second half is terrible than first half. Songs being misplaced, unnecessary fights are forced only to highlight Chaitu heroism on silver screen and for Akkeneni Fans. OMG in one scene Chaitu overtakes a running train to save Sunil, which makes you remember Balayya for few minutes. Cinematic liberty taken by director looks over the top at many instance, specially in climax.

      Bottom-Line: Not Worth Buying A Morning Show Ticket, Wait For Its DVD. 

      Review board: Cheruku Raja, Viswa Prasad, Shashikant.
      Write to: editor@apherald.com
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