Shailaja Reddy Alludu film review: This Naga Chaitanya film is a snooze fest

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Shailaja Reddy Alludu film cast: Naga Chaitanya, Anu Emmanuel and Ramya Krishnan
Shailaja Reddy Alludu film director: Maruthi Dasari
Shailaja Reddy Alludu film rating: 1 star

Director Maruthi Dasari has created treacherous and considerate introduction scenes for his characters in his latest film Shailaja Reddy Alludu. The film opens with a abounding businessman played by Murali Sharma. He wears his ego on his sleeve. It’s tough to trust that a businessman of his status can be so remarkably reticent during times. we theory his business rivals have an easy pursuit tricking him into creation some terrible business decisions. All they have to do is only plea his ego, and they can possibly make him buy bonds in some unwell association or make him give adult control of his possess business.

He has a son called Chaitanya (Naga Chaitanya). He is compassionate, caring, understanding, friendly and reasonable. In short, he is not like his father. And we are introduced to him with a many uninspiring, aloof and tedious sequence, that is directed during demonstrating a hero’s zen-like attitude. The man who has borrowed a automobile from Chaitanya turns adult late, creation him skip his sister’s engagement. we consternation because he didn’t consider of job a taxi? Never mind.

Chaitanya, who knows a inlet of his father’s ego, manipulates him to his advantage. One day, he sees Anu Reddy (Anu Emmanuel) acid for an residence in his neighbourhood. It is adore during initial steer for him. No points for guessing it. Then, follows a array of some-more uninspiring scenes of Chaitanya posterior Anu. He tries to win over Anu’s love by utilizing her ego and creation her feel insecure. That pretence is as aged as time itself. Well, what can we design from a film that hopes to strike a chord with millennials with a grounds that belongs to a ended century?

Many cinema have been done with a grounds of a implicitly honest son-in-law taming an assertive mother-in-law. Megastar Chiranjeevi’s Attaku Yamudu Ammayiki Mogudu (1989), Rajinikanth’s Mappillai (1989), Nagarjuna’s Allari Alludu (1993) and some-more recently Dhanush’s Mappillai (2011) to name a few have a same storyline.

Shailaja Reddy Alludu would have been a finish chasm if not for some enterprising performances by Ramya Krishnan as Shailaja Reddy, Vennela Kishore as Chari and Murali as an selfish millionaire. After a point, Anu is reduced to a respirating mannequin, while Chaitanya gets to complete a large volume of vocalization lines. Nearly 10 years in a industry, and still Chaitanya appears to feel ungainly confronting a camera. He even bungles adult delayed suit walks! Come on, that’s a easiest partial of acting.

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