K. Narayana’s Thumeeda (2013) Movie Review

Movie: Thummeda: Manasu Leni Premukula Kadha
Cast: Raja, Varsha Pandey, Vijay Dharan, Akshaya, Jeeva, Ramanna Murthy, Suman Shetty and Dhanraj.
Director: K. Narayana
Music Director: Mark Robbins
Story: K Narayana, Vinay & Shiva
Cinematography: Mahi Sherla

Manohar (Raja) and Vikky (Vijay Dharan) are childhood friends. Manohar (Raja) a misogynist & works for a small software company. Vikky (Vijay Dharan) a happy go lucky guy works under a local goon Anna (Jeeva). Both the friend fall in love on the same day, Manohar with neighbor Archana (Varsha Pandey) & Vikky with colony girl Roja (Akshaya). In the meanwhile Manohar chats with an unknown facebook friend, who proposes him and starts blackmailing Manohar to marry her. Manohar explains the problem with Vikky, how did Vikky handle the facebook friend? What are the tasks did she ask Vikky to complete? Will Vikky and Manohar marry the love of the their life forms the rest of the storyline.
After a long time Raja is back on the screen, he looked okay. But he failed in emoting emotions in the right time, he lost his touch. New actor Varsha Pandey, Akshaya, Vijay Dharan are adequate in their roles. Second lead Vijay Dharan just irritates audience with his dumb histrionics. Varsha Pandey is very bubbly for this kind of role, she is limited to five dialogues in this movie. Akshaya has larger scope to perform on screen, but inane characterization limits her performance. Rest of the characters are wasted.
I don’t even know where to begin. All I can say is it has the worst editing, worst comedy, worst acting, worst directing, worst special effects and worst story. It’s like watching a work of art with cow dung and vomit under drainage system. Maybe that’s what makes it fun to watch because of its honesty in trying to make a romantic – drama with very limited resources. One thing thats okay in technicality when compared is songs by Mark Robins and BGM is loud. 
Acting? Terrible. Writing? Just as horrible. Production? Made with pocket change. Filming? So very footer. Sound quality? My God, the sound was the worst. It kept cutting low and loud, with dialogue and sound getting cut off randomly. At first, i thought there was problem with the print, but it wasn’t. If it wasn’t for the fact that I was watching this bust-erpiece movie with four friends, I would be bashing my head against something hard, and questioning the very usefulness of my life. In other words, yes, this movie was THAT BAD.

Survi Review: 0/5

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