Disco is the product of an aberration of imagination that comes out from an infertile mind.
Disco (Nikhil) is a carefree character and his three friends ( Vijay Sai, Khayyum and Vamsi Paidithalli) are always the victims of his pranks. He falls in love with Shiny (Sarah Sharma). He goes to Bangkok to meet her. First she is in love with someone else and secondly, her father is don Ashu Bhai (Ashish Vidhyarti) with whom Disco has some money hassles. The rest of the story deals with how the hero unites with the heroine.
Nikhil tries his best but to no avail. Sarah is just so-so. Vijay Sai, Khayyum and Vamsi Paidithalli have nothing much to do. Ashish Vidhyarthi and Jeeva are wasted. MS Narayana brings out the only bright spot of the film. Raghu Babu is ok. All others go through their motions.
The film has an outline of a plot but no story. The narration is a mere hotchpotch of stray incidents without any connection. The director’s view of the screenplay is that of just cut and paste the scenes. The dialogues are meaningless. Music is dull and drab. Cinematography is unremarkable.
The title Disco is a misnomer. It is a dull, drab and tedious film. However, if you want to take revenge on your nagging boss, give him/her a free ticket for the film.
The Cast and Crew
Nikhil, Sarah Sharma, Vijay Sai, Khayyum, Vamsi Paidithalli, Ashish Vidyarthi, Ali, Jeeva, M S Narayana, Raghu Babu, Subhashini, Prithvi and Others
Music : Mantra Anand
Cinematographer : Malhar Bhatt
Producer: Abhinav Reddy
Banner : Style Entertainment
Director: Hari K Chanduri
1 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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