Bottom Line: Mosagallaku Mosagadu – yes audience cheated by movie.... !!
|Cast:||Sudheer Babu, Nandini Rai|
|Directed by:||AN Bose|
|Produced by:||Chakri Chigurupati|
|Music by:||Manikanth Kadri|
|Release date:||May 22, 2015|
|What is Good||What is Bad|
|Some Comedy scenes||
No thrilling elements
Forced Comedy Scenes
Krishh(Sudheer Babu) is a small time crook who cheats others for a living. One fine day, he is assigned a job of stealing a precious idol by Kaushik(Jaya Prakash Reddy) and his gang. Twist in the tale arises when Krishh cons every body and runs away with the idol.This last minute twists causes a huge loss to Kaushik and his boss(Abhimanyu Singh) who are about to go in for a huge deal with the idols. Why did Krishh steal the idol, and What is the actual story behind all this chaos ? That forms the rest of the story.
Unorthodox – This is the very factor that defines the core essence of Swami Ra Ra as a brand. This is what made the original such a beguiling affair and this is exactly what one expects from the sequel as well. The film kick starts with interesting Idol history and set piece of action and good locales as they start to focus on the romantic – drama movie starts getting diluted. If Swami Ra Ra was about meshing intelligence with crappy fun, the sequel Mosagallaku Mosagadu is about following the same path but the level of interesting elements are much lower than the first. As much as it has a point to conclude (" Chedu chesevadu aalochinchaali ... Manchi chese vaadu chesukuntu povalanthe), but it fails to make an impact on the viewer's precisely because of muzzy script that doesn't know where it is headed.
The abrupt end that it all comes to further delivers a few more blows to the audience before calling it a day. The extended jokes towards the end are not funny enough, atleast not funny enough to relieve the entire film. Bose Nelluri (Dk Bose fame) has failed to add the kind of punch a crime thriller demands. The sub stories take away the excitement at the right places. And resemblance to many other movies makes the story more predictable. The director should have worked a bit on the screenplay as he leaves away too many loop holes.
The local con men successfully believes in Sudheer's words and run for their life, but within a second they realize even he was a conman; The investigative officer has sufficient video proof to arrest Krish but he never cares about the footage and tries to capture Rudhra before completing his deal about idols; Sudheer Babu finds the cost of the artifact from an ancient book with has an image of Rama-Seeta (seriously?)..etc..The sound track by Kannada musician Manikanth Kadri is average, though two songs have been well shot.
The Background Score is fine, and the introduction scores for Sudheer Babu & Abhimanyu Singh deserve a special mention. Cinematography by “Ummadisingu Sai Prakash" is good and the usage of locales have given a fresh feel to the film. Editing of the film is not upto the mark, he could easily cut short few forced comedy sequences in the first half. Fight choreography is all right. Production values of “Lakshmi Narasimha Entertainment" are appropriate.