What Is Good
- Meeranandan - Jagapathi Babu's Performances
- Few Dialogues.
What Is Bad
- Mismatched Storyline
- Snail paced narration
- Amateur Direction
- No clarity in final message
- Editing Songs.
Hitudu represents how a illiteracy in dalits can affect the life of a common man in Villages. Hitudu tackles problematic issues in Paderu village in Vishakapatnam, such as taxing, subjugation and racial intolerance. Hitudu is all about a pragmatic Seetaram (Jagapathi Babu) from Paderu, thinks ensuring access to education to villagers is for the ability to empower the individual to strive for an improved quality of life. That's when he comes across Abhilasha (Meeranandan), who is taken in by a school teacher (CVL Narasimha Rao) and socialist Seetaram. In a short time, everyone in the school gets impressed with the intelligence of Abhilasha. Seeing the harbouring members of the Zamindhar, Seetaram defend themselves and make Abhilasha to study in Town Hostel for higher studies. Will Abhilasha full fill the dreams of Seetaram and reach the hights forms the rest of the storyline.
Performances are major asset of the film, Jagapathi Babu has done a commendable job; he shines in the emotional sequences with his acute looks but the actor should have worked a bit on the village School episodes. Meera Nandan has once again proved that she is an good performer and she has done a phenomenal job as a nosy Abhilasha in the film. CVL Narasimha Rao, Banerjee and other supporting cast have done a promising job.
There is always a question as to whether a good point is enough for a film to be considered as a feel good entertainer. Unfortunately it isn't, and Hitudu belongs to the category of those films, the principle of which is righteous, but the execution of which fails the every purpose that it upholds. Overall, Hitudu - performance in most parts are satisfactory but the film never manages to enamor its audience.
Savithri's daughter applauded Keerthy The biopic of the legendary actress Savithri, Mahanati directed by Nag Ashwin of Yevade Subramanyam fame, starring Keerthy Suresh, Samantha, Dulquer Salmaan, Vijay Deverakonda and Prakashraj released yesterday amidst huge expectations and hype.
- With Tarak, Kajal Aggarwal leaps front - Tamanna lags 'Behind'
- Rakul Preet to pair with 50-Year-Old Venky Mama
- 19-Year-Old Malvika turns to be 50-Year-Old's Romantic Interest once again
- Sandalwood babe fights evil!
- Can Suchileaks Scandal actress spark a comeback?
- Chiranjeevi and Kajal Aggarwal again...
- Rakul accepts 'She is a Lesbian' in Rana's Talk show...!?!
- OMG... Trisha does it with Older Heroes...