|Cast:||Aadi, Adah Sharma|
|Releasing Date:||12 February 2016|
Varaala Babu (Aadi) and Ravi (Chaitanya Krishna) are arch rivals right from their childhood days. After his graduation, Ravi gets a job and leaves to Hyderabad while Vaarala Babu stays back jobless.
As time passes by, Babu too reaches Hyderabad in search of a job and ends up falling in love with Sameera (Adah Sharma). In the process of wooing her, Varaala Babu comes across Ravi in a paralyzed and bedridden state in a hospital.
During the same time, he also discovers a small link between Ravi and Sameera. What happened to Ravi? What is the relation between Ravi and Sameera? These questions form the crux of the story.
Till now, Aadi has done romance oriented love story films and got the name as a lover boy. But, for the first time, he has done a mass-oriented role in the film Garam with good dances and perfect dialogue delivery. However, this did not work out well for him. There is no need to explain much about Adah Sharma. Kabir Dulhan Singh is apt in the villain role. Tanikella Bharani has done justice to his role as the father of Aadi. Senior actor Naresh's performance is good in the climax of the film. Brahmanandam failed to evoke hardly any comedy in Aamir Khan's PK look.
Comedy by Posani Krishna Murali, Prithviraj and drunkard Ramesh looked very artificial. However, comedy by Shakalaka Shankar and Madhu worked out to some extent.
Production values are quite good. Editing is at par, but the placement of songs could have been better. Background score is average and does not elevate the film much. Cinematography is just about okay.
Coming to the director Madan, he has faltered with this movie. His direction is below par and although he succeeded in showing emotions between the father and son well, he failed in all other aspects of the film. A more gripping screenplay could have done wonders.