Srinivasa Reddy, the popular comedian who regaled Tollywood with his hilarious dialogue delivery and facial expressions now has produced his first film, as a prime actor and director, titled Bhagya Nagara Veedhullo Gammattu.
Cast: Srinivas Reddy, Shakalaka Shankar, Vennela Kishore, Raghu Babu, Dolly Shah.
Direction: Srinivas Reddy
Music: Saketh Komanduri
Srinu (Srinivas Reddy) along with his friends Jojo (Satya) and Peter (Shakalaka Shankar) are aspiring film stars who try acting in YouTube videos and give an audition. The producers of the video say they need a beautiful girl to play the female lead and if these three find out one, they will be getting their dream of acting in a short film will bear frutition. They find a mentally unstable girl Kokila (Dolly Shah) as the most suitable one and take her to the filmmakers.
Meanwhile Srinu wins a huge sum of money in the Bhutan lottery,but he loses his lottery ticket. In search of this elusive ticket the three friends get embroiled in a drugs mafia scam. How did these three come of this accusation and did the three get their lottery money back? This forms the story of Bhagya Nagara Veedhullo Gammattu .
Firstly, this movie has an outstanding comic screenplay, which never makes you get bored. Srinivasa Reddy who also wrote the story scores in the comic timing of his, in scenes with Shakalaka Shankar and Satya. The three man have a sizzling chemistry among themselves and share equal screen space.
Vennela Kishore as Police Officer Swatantrya Kumar is in his element as usual. He excels as one who wrongly arrests the three and their scenes with one another are a treat to watch.
The music by Saketh also adds to the roller coaster ride of this comedy. Dolly Shah and Raghu Babu have less screen space but get the necessary laughs.
On the whole, Bhagya Nagara Veedhullo Gammattu is a comic relief this week which should not be missed at any cost!
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