Crazy Fellow’ is currently playing in theatres. KK Radhamohan of Sri Sathya Sai Arts has produced the movie. Let’s check out the review:
Abhi (Aadi Saikumar) is a reckless youngster who lands a job at his elder brother’s company. He is prodded by a colleague to create a profile on a dating app. In the virtual world, Abhi befriends a stranger and calls her Chinni (Digangana). Slowly, Chinni gets attracted to him even though she doesn’t know how he looks. Abhi, too, starts loving Chinni without ever seeing her. They both decide to meet at a cafe. This is when a twist takes place. What is the twist? Can Abhi and Chinni ever get united?
Aadi shows the ease in emotional scenes and non-serious portions. His chemistry with his co-stars is respectable. Digangana gets to play a role that is hardly well-written. Mirnaa has a relatively okay role; she looks beautiful. Anish Kuruvilla and Vinodini also did their part good as the male lead’s brother and sister-in-law. Narra Srinivas, the comedian, gave an impressive performance. He can be a good sidekick artist if he is used well.
RR Dhruvan’s music is decent enough. Satish Muthyala’s cinematography is okay. Rama Krishna’s action choreography is average. Satya Giduturi should have done away with slackness in the pace. Director Phani Krishna Siriki has come up with a decent and entertaining story, although it appears like a predictable one.
- Aadi Saikumar performance
- The premise of the film
- A few comedy moments
- Few dull moments
In the end, ‘Crazy Fellow’ is a film that can be watched on the big screens with no high expectations.
Telugubulletin.com Rating: 2.5