Andhagadu Movie Review – 2.75/5
Cast: Raj Tarun, Hebah Patel, and Rajendra Prasad
Direction: Veligonda Srinivas
Music: Sekhar Chandra
Producer: Ramabrahmam Sunkara
Goutham (Raj Tarun) is a blind young man who works as an RJ in Visakhapatnam city. One fine day, he falls in love with Netra (Hebah Patel). As he loves her, he hides the matter of blind and keeps continuing the relationship. When she comes to know the fact, she hates initially but later supports him to get the vision.
As days pass by, Ranjith Kulkarni (Rajendra Prasad) comes into their lives and situation turns so terrible. How does he face all hurdles and get succeeded in his life is rest of the story.
Raj Tarun is energetic and delivered his best. The difference of his earlier films is that he is very cool in his character. Hebah Patel is simple and cute. She has contributed well for the film. The best part is that she is apt for the role and makes a good pair with Raj Tarun. Rajendra Prasad’s character is restrained but pivotal. He did a great job. Raja Ravindra played as a baddie and he lived up to the mark. This movie can help him to get more offers as a villain for sure.
The story might not be new to Telugu audiences but the director has shaped out well and presented in a right manner to reach audiences. The movie starts off with the introduction of principal characters from the childhood. Although audiences feel that it is not necessary to narrate the childhood episode, the director has given the clarity in the second half. A major asset for the film is screenplay which stands as the best for the movie to strike a chord with audiences.
Since the script is so predictable in the second half, a few scenes are tedious but it is a good attempt by the director. The comedy worked out well and Hebah Patel looks good on silver screen.