1000 Abaddalu Movie Review | Telugu Movie 1000 Abaddalu | Telugu Movie Review
Cast: Sairam Shankar, Esther, Nagababu, Kondavalasa, Hema, Babu Mohan
Producer: Sunitha Paladugu
Music Director: Ramana Gogula
Censor Certificate: U/A
Runtime: 148 Minutes
After Neeku Naku Dash Dash, Teja was in a quandary as to which story he should direct and whom to rope in. He even announced a film Dega. He shelved the project and started directing a rom com with Sairam Shankar in the lead, which has been titled Veyyi Abaddalu. Let’s check out more details regarding the movie.
1000 Abaddalu about a AD film maker Satya (Sairam Shankar) who falls in love with same named girl (Esther), who is already engaged. Satya (Sairam Shankar) tracks Satya (Esther) with the help of his company friends. Meanwhile, Tower Star (Naga Babu) gets interffered in this one side love, but Satya takes cares of Tower uses him to perfection to impress Satya (Esther).
On the other her Satya’s (Esther) best friend gets raped by a minister and attempts suicide. Satya (Esther) takes help of Satya (Sairam Shankar). Will Satya (Esther) marry Satya? Does Satya (Sairam Shankar) provides the proofs to Esther friends case? Forms the rest of the storyline.
Coming to performances, Sairam Shankar came up with convincing performances, despite the script offering him very little scope to perform. Debutant Esther is wasted in an inconsequential role, while Mega Brother Naga Babu makes his presence felt. Naveen appears in a cameo that is noteworthy. Venu, Josh Ravi and Babu Mohan are adequate in their roles.
Basic storyline of the movie is very thin. The narration of the film resembles us of typical soap. Direction of the film is old fashioned. Screenplay by Teja and dialogues are inane. Director Teja fails in getting things right except in few comedy scenes. Music by Ramana Gogula is average, but Jeena Hai Tho Marna Seeko is energetic. Cinematography is neat.
Veyyi Abaddalu suffers on account of its premise that’s a bit too familiar, and when the smoke finally clears off, you are not too excited by the revelations that lie around. There are the flashes of excitement and the energy spurts here and there, but they are simply not enough to win an applause.
Cinetara Rating: 2.75/5