Yamudiki Mogudu Review

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Movie: Yamudiki Mogudu
Cast:     Allari Naresh, Richa Panai, Sayaji Shinde, Ramya Krishna, Naresh
Director:     E. Satti Babu
Producer:    Chanti Addala
Writer:     Kranti Reddy Nakinaala
Screenplay :     E. Satti Babu
Story :    Jaya Siddu
Music :     Koti
Cinematography : Ravindra Babu
Editing :    Gautham Raju
Banner:     Friendly Movies
Release date:    December 27, 2012

Yamudiki Mogudu Cast – Allari Naresh and Richa Panai acted in lead roles, Sayaji Shinde, Ramya Krishna, Bhagavaan,Tanikella Bharani Chandra Mohan, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Raghu Babu, Hema. AVS and others.

Yamudiki Mogudu movie is the first Allari Naresh’s socio-fantasy film with extensive CG work. Makers got the title of Chiranjeevi’s super hit film from 1988 and Allari Naresh danced for ‘Aththo aththamma koothuro’ being remixed for this movie. Shivaji Shinde acting as Yama and Ramya Krished played the role of Yama’s wife. Ram Charan graced the audio launch and released first CD.

Yamudiki Mogudu is directed by Satti Babu, produced by Chanti Addala under Friendly Movies banner. Music composed by Koti.

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Allari Naresh’s Yamudiki Mogudu movie has hit the big-screens today on grand scale. The film is a socio-fantasy entertainer directed by E.Satti Babu and produced by Chanti Addala. Made with a good-budget, Yamudiki Mogudu has lavish VFX works and good dosage of comedy. In Tollywood, majority of the movies with Yamalokam backdrop are turned out to be minimum guarantee films, so check out Allari Naresh ‘Yamudiki Mogudu’ movie review to see whether history repeats or not!

Story:

Naresh (Allari Naresh) is a product of a rift between Brahma (Chalapathi Rao) and Saraswathi (Sana) due to Naradha (Naresh). Naresh is born with magical powers. As a result, Yamaja (Richa Panai), the daughter of Yamadharama Raju (Shiyaji Shinde) descends to Earth. During a stage play Naresh and Richa gets married, slowly both love each other. When everything is going fine in Naresh life Yama comes to know about their marriage. He takes his daughter back, even though she do not prefer to come. What happens next forms the actual story

Performances:

Allari Naresh has once again carried the movie on his shoulders. He leaves an impact and leaves an impression whenever he appears on screen. His comedy timing is splendid and entertained the audience like always. Richa Panai is hardly confined to couple of key scenes and songs and she is hardly seen in the second half. Her dubbing is irritating and performance is OK. Ramya Krishna has come up with a classy performance and her dances in ‘Atto Attamma Koothuro’ takes you back to her hey days. She is looking gorgeous on screen. Sayaji Shinde as Yama Dharma Raja has done a fair job. Krishna Bhagawan, Naresh, Master Bharath, Raghu Babu have evoked few smiles. Others played their part well.

Technical Aspects:

E.Satti Babu is dealing with one of the most proven to be successful genre in Telugu industry but he failed totally in the execution part. The scenes between Yama and Naresh which are vital for the success of the movie were written poor too. The movie flow seem to be predictable though out with the first 15 minutes and the scenes leading to the climax becoming unbearable.

Ravindra Babu’s cinematography is okay. Graphics are not so good. Music by Koti is just average. All the songs except the remix song are poorly picturized and are misplaced too. Only the scenes between Master Bharath and Ramya Krishna seem to be the saving grace.

Plus Points:
Allari Naresh

Minus Points:
Cliched story
Poor narration
Irrelevant scenes

Analysis:

The first half of Yamudiki Mogudu is hilarioust with superb comic timing and beautiful one-liners from Allari Naresh. The story goes on a slow pace till Master Bharath enters the movie. Then, with the spoof of ‘Bommarillu’ between Bharath and Sayaji Shinde, the movie catches the tempo followed by the swimming pool scene. Raghu Babu and Jyoti have provided wonderful support to this comedy episode.

The second half starts at snails pace and is cliched with purposeless episodes. Some times, we feel the dialogues go over board in Yamalokam episodes. The episode where Allari Naresh dresses like a woman is lame and tests your patience. The director failed to draw emotion at the right time and the plot gets deviated many times in this hour.

Except for highly hyped ‘Atto Attamma Kuthuro’ all the songs disappoints onscreen. Ramya Krishna who danced with Megastar Chiranjeevi in the original has once again enthralled the audience with her glamor and raunchy dance movements. The climax looks very silly and failed to generate the required emotion. It’s been observed that people are leaving the theaters even before the climax! Overall, you can’t enjoy ‘Yamudiki Mogudu’ thoroughly for its poor show with cliched content.

Final Word:Yamudiki Mogudu did good business through out. Thanks to the good performance of Sudigadu. But some how the audience seem to be not as interested as the buyers. The openings seem to be too poor. Adding insult to the injury, the morning show cancellation added to audience’s disappointment. And after watching the movie, I feel there is not many things which will encourage the audience to go to the theaters.Wait for DVD

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