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Pandaga Chesko Telugu Movie Review(2.0/5.0)

Cast: Ram, Rakul Preet Singh, Sonal Chauhan
Directed by: Gopichand Malineni
Produced by: Paruchuri Kireeti
Music by: S.Thaman
Release Date: May 29,2015

Bottom Line: Pandaga Chesko – Same Routine Comedy Game.... !!

What is GoodWhat is Bad
Ram And Rakul Glamour
Some Comedy Scenes
Seethamma Vakitilo Sirimalle Chettu Spoof
Routine Comedy
Ram Pandaga Chesko - Story

Karthik(Ram) is a rich business tycoon who lives in Portugal along with his family. He is a broad minded person who does not believe in sentiments and gets engaged to a rich woman (Sonal Chauhan) just for the sake of his business growth.When everything seems to be going fine, Karthik comes to know of a tragic story involving his mom and her huge family back in India, who are no longer in talking terms with each other.Karthik decides to reunite his family and heads straight away to India. Twist in the tale arises when falls in love with Divya(Rakul Preet). What will Karthik do now ? Whom will he end up marrying ? and How will he manage to reunite his family ? That forms the rest of the story.

Ram Pandaga Chesko - Star Performance
Ram Pothineni is okay, he is getting repetitive, may be his choice of the films has a lot to do with this. But manages to pull his act very well. Rakul Preet Singh is sincere but the script doesn't give her the scope to do something different, her choice of film is also discreet. Brahmanandam is next on the rank with his role, he is the one who actually manages to make you laugh with his comedy timing. Sonal Chauhan is sizzling in the songs. She needs to work on her dialogue delivery and expressions. Sampath, Sai Kumar, Bhramaji, Aditya Menon and Raghu Babu are okay in their respective roles. Pavithra Lokesh, Surekha Vani and the other female supporting cast are confined to small characterizations. Prudhvi & Shakalakka Shankar spoof on Seethamma Vakitilo Sirimalle Chettu is hilarious.
Ram Pandaga Chesko - Technical Team

Pandaga Chesko suffers from complete lack of originality. You will see a tons of similarities and Kona Venkat's clinched stuff in the film. The movie rests on a wafer thin storyline and after a point it gets humdrum to sit through. Movie screenplay is nothing, but a slapdash placement of silly jokes in a routine senseless plot.

A few sequences are funny but that's about it. If the script was a bit original and the sequences were well arranged, the movie would have been a better entertainer. For this kind of story it tells, Pandaga Chesko is terribly long and has a running time of two hour and forty two minutes. Almost three hours of narration unfortunately doesn't merit this storyline. Trimmed of probably a good twenty minutes the move could have appeared a bit more compact. Director Gopichand and Kona Venkat script lacks poignancy, empathy, refreshing humour and bite. Direction by Gopichand Malineni is not up to the mark.

Coming to other Technical aspects, Songs and Background Music by Thaman SS is not upto the mark. Cinematography by Arthur A. Wilson is adequate. Dialogues by Kona Venkat works in parts. Ex; Life lo goal unnavadu reach ayyaka cool avuthadu ye goal leni vaadu ekkadi kaina doosukellipothadu, Ennalu paaganu gellipincharu ee oka saari premanu gellipinchandi, Kontha mandiki mirror la kontha mandiki error la kanapadthanu, Mogathanam annedi mattalo kadhu ra chathallo untundi, Neeku BP vasthe panni vadu vanukuthadu naaku BP vasthe prathi vaadu vanukuthaadu..etc. Fight choreography is middling. The production values of United Movies banner is alright.

Ram Pandaga Chesko - Analysis
The first half of Pandaga Chesko has some moments that tickle the funny bone and keeps you entertained but post intermission the film derails and the mode sporadically switches back and forth from comedy to inspired drama. The sequences leading to the climax is overtly dragged, especially when the result is extremely predictable. With all the above mentioned ingredients in inappropriate doses, Pandaga Chesko remains nearly close to what you expect it to be – A Kona Venkat's film. But it suffers from too many pompous elements that are sickly written and it very rarely hits its marks.


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