Tadhaka Movie Review…Naga Chaitanya,Sunil Multi Starrer Movie in the production Bellamkonda suresh is releasing today,Tadhaka Movie is the Remake of vettai from Tamil
TA Rating : 3/5
Lead Roles :- Nagachaitanya,Sunil,Tamannaah,Andrea Jeremiah
Direction :- Kishore Kumar Pardasani (Dolly)
Banner :- Sri Sai Ganesh Productions
Siva Rama Krishna (Sunil) is a timid guy and his younger brother Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) is a jobless youth,. After the death of their father, a police officer, the elder brother gets his job. Being timid, Sunil does nott dare to fight with the criminals and this tasks will be fulfilled by his brother secretly. Later, they encounter a gang lead by Kasi and Bagaa (Ashutosh Rana batch) and which results in revealing their secret. And the rest of the story deals with how these brothers clear this mess.
Naga Chaitanya improved a lot as an actor. He has put in decent efforts in action sequences this time and is on his way to attract masses. Sunil gets a superb role. He is able to demonstrate his strength, comedy in the first half and the second half is an exhibition of his recently found mass image. Tamannah is damn gorgeous. The director made full use of her oomph in the songs especially the beach song and Subanallah song.
Brahmi is not up to the mark. Rama Prabha, Jaya Prakash Reddy managed some laughs. Srinivas Reddy is at his usual self and Vennela Kishore is wasted. Naga Babu comes in a trivial role as heroes’ father who dies immediately after the movie opens.
Dolly had to wait more than 4 years to wield megaphone for the second movie of his career. The urge to bag a hit is evident in the film. The way he focused on elevating the heroes in the movie is the heart of the film and is one of the main reasons for the movie success. If he had taken a bit of extra care in the screenplay, it would have worked wonders on screen.
The songs are not up to Thaman’s range. The director depended more on the glam of Tamannah to make them appealing. She is damn hot especially in Mara o Mara and Subhanallah songs. The back ground score is very good in some places especially in the hero elevation scenes of second half. Arthu. A. Wilson’s Cinematography is okay with not much of technique involved. Senior Editor Goutham Raju’s scissor should have been more sharper. Ram – Lakshman had composed some excellent fights which are nothing less than highlight for the movie.
The first half of the movie is good with some good comedy and the interval bag is interesting. The pace of the movie dipped significantly in the second half and it further dipped in the pre climax sequences. The climax is predictable as well. But the movie will go well with the masses given some worked out action sequences and hero elevation scenes. Finally, Thadaka is a decent hit this summer!