What Is Good
- Start Up of the film
What Is Bad
- Old Hat theme
- Adah Sharma
- Bad Screenplay
- Forced Comedy
- Horrible Second Half
- Situation Less Songs
Ram Babu (Tanikella Bharini) always forces happy go lucky guy Varala Babu (Adi) to be someone popular in life. Seeing this Varala Babu, leaves to Hyderabad promising his return only after he turns to be someone inspiring. That’s when Varalababu comes across Sameera (Adah Sharma) and falls in love with her at very first sight. Though Sameera turns him down initially, in no time she also starts developing feeling for him. Soon, they fall in love and the time comes for Varala Babu to meet Sameera’s issue Beeju (Kabir Duhan Singh). Who is Beeju? Whats his relation with Sameera ? Will Varalababu clear Sameera’s issue with Beeju ? Is he successful or not forms the rest of the storyline.
There is nothing to go gaga over the performances either. This is the second time post “Rough”, Adi tried his hand in Mass entertainment. He comes up with a decent act and his dialogue modulation is improved compared to his earlier attempts. Adah Sharma is pretty face around and don’t make much of an impact. Coming to antagonist, Kabir Duhan Singh is arguably the best of the actors in the film, and here is an actor who deserve far better roles than this. Senior Naresh and Tanikella Bharini are adequate in their respective roles. Bhramanandam, Posani Krishnamurali, Thagubothu Ramesh and Prudhvi Raj failed to tickle the funny bone. Shakalaka Shankar and Madhu come up with a decent act.
The story of Garam is very thin and the script which doesn’t even have a clue as to where it’s headed is a downer from the very first minutes. As Rough, Garam tries hard to bring in some mass entertainment, you feel sorry for them as nothing seems to week here; neither the characterization, nor the actors didoes.
Its not just the story, but here is a film that falls flat in almost every other department. You need to watch the songs and forced comedy bits to understand what I’m talking about. Brassy would be too mild a word to explain what I have in mind, and they are loud going by any standard. And thus it is, that Garam, exudating despair and humdrum, moves from consequence to the next events. There are a few songs that appear at regular intervals too, and that serve as nothing but speed breakers.
Technically the film could perhaps be termed passable at best, but I wish the editor had trimmed at least a good thirty minutes off what I got to see. Director of decent films like Pellaina Kothalo, Gunde Jallumandi, Pravarakyudu Madan completely failed in the direction department. Music by Agastya is okay, and background score works in parts. Cinematography by Surender Reddy is mediocre. Surekha P Production values are fine.
It seems the makers were inspired by the success of age old commercial themes and wafer thin plot films. They might have thought they can reduplicate closer success if not better by following same execution style by lining up similar characterizations and by copying the successful plot. “Garam” is an infuriatingly botched up film that tries hard to be an entertainer. And the saddest part of it is that it seems forgetful of the stratagems and implausibility’s that lie the strewn all around.
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