Saradaga Kasepu Movie Review
Saradaga Kasepu is a lively comic drama on the lines of The Importance Of Being Ernest and fills the narration with enough interest for the audience.
Ranga Babu (Naresh) and Srinivas (Srinivas) are childhood friends. While Ranga works as a driver, Srinivas hails from a rich family and is an NRI in USA. Parents of Srinivas fix the marriage of their son with Manimala (Madhurima) daughter of Raja Rao (Ahuthi Prasad).
Since Srinivas and Manimala have not seen each other, Srinivas becomes the driver and Ranga becomes the prospective bridegroom, only to assess the nature and attitude of his would-be-bride.
The rest of the story deals with these mistaken identities in a dramatic way.
It is Allari Naresh all the way and he gives an exhilarating performance. Madhurima is good. Srinivas Avasarala acquits himself well. Ahuthi Prasad is his usual self. Jayaprakash Reddy, MS Narayana and Krishna Bhagavan create sufficient comic giggles. All others have done well.
The film has the stamp and style of Vamsi and he spins a good story from almost nothing. The switching of main characters creates sufficient interest in the narration. The screenplay sustains the viewers attention. The dialogues are funny. Music by Chakri is good and adds to the flow of narration. Loki’s cinematography is very good.
Saradaga Kasepu is an apt title and the film is a good entertainer that can be watched with pleasure.
The Cast and Crew
Allari Naresh, Madhurima, Srinivas Avasarala, Ahuthi Prasad, MS Narayana, Kondavalasa, Krishna Bhagawan, Ramya Sree, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Jayalalitha, Sana and others
Producer: M L Kumar Chowdary
Banner: Sri Keerthi Creations
3 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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