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Cast: Raj Tarun, Hebah Patel
Director: Veligonda Srinivas
Producer: Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Music: Sekhar Chandra
Gautam (Raj Tarun), blind by birth works as a Radio Jockey. He carves to get eye sight and leaves no stone unturned. During his quest he falls in love with doctor Netra (Hebah Patel). Netra rejects him after knowing that Gautam is blind but later helps him get eyesight.
However Gautam loses all happiness after getting eyesight and approaches an eye doctor Ashish (Ashish Vidyarthi). To find out Gautam’s aftershocks following his eyesight and the connection with criminal Babji (Raja Ravindra), enjoy Andhagadu on silver screen.
Raj Tarun tried his best to impress viewers with his performance. He should be complimented for doing a challenging role of a blind man. He expressed himself quite well in various scenes and as a lover boy attracted with his looks and expressions.
He should however improve more on his expressions as a blind person. Most of the time he was seen wearing glasses as a blind man and so his expressions couldn’t be gauged. Hebah Patel acted as a glamour doll and she got limited scope to perform. She attracted in songs.
Raja Ravindra is good as a villain. But his role lacked the expressions and emotions. He passes through the motions. Rajendra Prasad performed with ease in the role tailormade for him though it lacked the intensity. Shyaji Shinde and Ashish Vidyarthi played their part in their roles. Others performed according to their roles.
Sekhar Chandra attracted with his mass romantic beats. However songs placement affected the pace of the film. They acted as speed breakers. His background music is in sync with the scenes. Editing could have been far better especially in the second half. Cinematography of Rajasekhar is good.
Veligonda Srinivas tried to generate interest with the story but he didnot inspire confidence with his screenplay and direction. His inexperience showed up in the film. He should have included few twists and turns to create interest among movie lovers. Production values are good.
Few comedy scenes
Veligonda Srinivas who attracted as a writer decided to turn director with Andhagadu. He attracted with the title and even got a decent story suitable for lover boy Raj Tarun. Though the point is nothing as many films of blind man taking revenge came, the thought of Raj Tarun as a blind man generated tremendous interest. Film’s teasers and trailers showing Raj Tarun as a young blind man in full romantic mood attracted everyone.
The first half sails through smoothly in a routine manner without any real twists and turns. However Veligonda Srinivas attracts masses and genex youth with love track and few comedy scenes.. First half ends with an decent interval block.
However with no real twists and turns and in the second half Veligonda Srinivas’ screenplay and direction goes for a toss as routine scenes of hero making heroine’s dad ,a police officer, a joker comes out. The director passes most of the entire second half with such silly scenes before ending it with a routine climax.
For all his talent as a writer, Veligonda Srinivas on his debut came with a routine illogical story and failed to make powerful impact with his screenplay and direction.
On the whole, Andhagadu is a film which starts off with superb fun but gets sidetracked during the later stages. Good entertainment in the first half and Raj Tharun’s performance are some assets. If you ignore the slightly slow and dragged out second half, the last fifteen minutes and other twists in the film make Andhagadu a time pass watch this weekend.