[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]”Aatadukundam Raa” can be said to be a comeback movie for the young Akkineni hero Sushanth, who was last seen long back with “Adda“. This film hit the screens today and the buzz is it is a good entertainer though the story line was not a fresh one. The dialogues and screenplay gave a boost to the script and the good songs were composed by the young sensation Anup Rubens.
Getting into the story: Vijayram and Santaram are two business rivals. Vijayram is the good and Santaram, not so much! Vijayram is ably supported by his friend Anand Prasad in all aspects for his success. Similarly, Somaraju is Santaram’s right-hand man. Santaram conspires to cheat Anand Prasad and ruins Vijayram by taking all his properties and business. Vijayram tries to lead a normal life. Now in the present, young Karthik enters the scene portraying himself to be a nephew of Vijayram trying to set right the problems and getting back his lost properties. He conspires to make Mr. Girija Rao, in whom Santaram believes blindly in terms of business, as the scapegoat. Then starts the real game of ‘Time Machine,’ past and present redux. Causing much hilarity.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”218728″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The daughter of Vijayram falls in love with Karthik and co-operates with him. What happened to Anand Prasad? Does the hero succeed in his plans? Does the lost wealth and properties come back to Vijayram? How does the Time Machine come in? The answer to all these questions forms the rest of the entertaining story. On the whole, though the film cannot be said a great one. It can also be said it is not a bad or boring one, either. Director Nageswara Reddy known for his comedy flicks has excelled, with the great support of screenplay and dialogues.
Heroine Sonam Bajwa looks cute and glamorous and did justice to her role. Brahmanandam saw in a full-length role after a long time as innocent, Mr. Girija Rao stole the second half. Posani, Vennela Kishore, Murali Sharma, Raghu babu, Prudhvi and others did their part in this laugh riot, Major plus was the music of Anup Rubens with good songs, both the melody and the beats. Special mentions for the remix of the golden oldie from the legendary film “Devadasu.” Also are the special appearances by the cousins of Sushanth, Naga Chaitanya, and Akhil Akkineni. Finally, “Aatadukundam Raa” can be said to be a good entertainer, not boring for the two and odd hours of duration![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZilWwswzGss”][/vc_column][/vc_row]