Hari K Chanduri’s Disco (2012) Movie Review


Cast: Nikhil Siddhartha, Sara Sharma, M.S.Narayana, Ali, Khayyum, Ashish Vidhyarthi
Genre: Romance, Action
Director: Hari K Chanduri
Music Director: Anand
Censor Rate: A
Length:4217 Meters
Reels: 14
Watched at TIVOLI, Secundrabad

Story: Disco (Nikhil Siddharth) a orphan who grown up with a group of friends. Falls in love with Shiny (Sara Sharma) in first sight. She gives him a challenge to accept his love. He uses his friend to travel down to Bangkok only to make her fall in his love by proposing her in front of her father a Don (Ashish Vidyarthi). The rest of the movie how he proposes her? Will Ashish Vidyarthi accept their love? Forms the rest of the story.

Performance: Nikhil looks very regular in this film and he got into several roles like these in the past. But, he tries his best to be different. Sara Sharma is not a heroine material. She is okay in her limited role. Comedy tracks by M.S.Narayana, Ali, Raghu Babu is hilarious in parts. Hero friends gang is adequate. Ashish Vidyarthi is fine in his character. Rest of the cast is average.

Trivialities: This film is one of the best examples of bad direction and screenplay in the recent films I have seen. The film is kitted with series of humorous incidents, the lack of grip on the script made the film boring at times. The direction is very rookie. There are gaping ambiguities in the scenic order. Music of the film is pretty average. Rerecording of the film is bad and at times, the music dominates the dialogues. Editing of the film is not sharp. Dialogues are very boring except for a few occasional dialogues like “Mana Dabba Kottadaniki Evaru Leni appudu Mana Dabba Maname Kottukovali”. Cinematography is neat. Production values are good.

Survi Verdict: Disco first half is boring in parts. Second half of the film is plan scrap. The best things about this film are Average Songs, Spoofs and Cinematography. This film suffers from Story line, Fights, bad Editing and slow Screenplay. Disco is so slow that entire Film could be condensed into 30 minutes. On the whole, Disco is not worth watching in a theater by sitting for two and half hours.

Survi Review: 1.5/5

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