Aadhi’s Prema Kavali (2011) Movie Review (First On Net)
Banner : Max India Productions
Casting : Aadi, Dev Gill, Isha Chawla, Brahmanandam, M S Narayana, Shafi, Ali, Nassar, Sindhu Tulani and Others
Cinematography : Chota K Naidu
Editing : Gowtam Raju
Running Time : 2hr 30min
Music : Anoop Rubens
Director : K Vijaya Bhaskar
Producer : K Atchi Reddy
Released Date : February 25, 2011
Survi Review: 2/5
Dialogue King Saikumar’s son, Aadi is all set to make his onscreen debut in Prema Kavali. Directed by K Vijaya Bhaskar, the film is being produced by Atchi Reddy. There are a lot of expectations from the film .Lets check out the review..
Srinu (Aadi) is a college going guy, whose classmate is Prema (Isha Chawla). The duo happens to be friends and slowly falls in love with each other without their knowledge but do not express their love. Srinu, while leaving to a college NCC camp kisses Prema which will be photographed by Shafi. The latter tries to blackmail Prema for money. Prema’s father (Nazar) is a jail superintendent. Shafi demands Prema to get the details of her father’s Email and Password. Prema’s sister-in-law who comes to know the circumstances informs to Srinu when he comes back from NCC camp. On the other hand Shafi will have relations with the villain Dev Gill and both are in the mission to bring out an international terrorist from the Chanchalaguda jail. Will Dev Gill frees the international terrorist from the jail? How do Srinu save his love interest Prema and his father Nazar from Dev Gill forms the rest of the story.
Aadi is high on confidence, but might want to tone up his fashion sense a little. He’s a good dancer, and is fairly expressive, too. Debutant Isha Chawla looked good in few scenes and performance wise, she is convincing. She ressembles Sonal Chauhan in some angles. Nazar is good as usual in regular role, Dev Gill is fine in the limited negative lead, Shafi makes an impact with a lengthy role. Sindhu Tulani is acceptable.
Director Vijay Bhasker fails to deliver a decent story to the audience which becomes a major drawback for the film. Screenplay moves on predictable note and editing could have been a bit better. Chota’s cinematography is an asset for Prema Kavali. Music by Anoop Rubens is good & hummable.
- Aadi Confidence
- Chota K Naidu. Cinematography
- Music by Anoop Rubens
- Songs Placement
Prema Kavali has some decent Performances and Cinematography, But it suffers from vapid writing, an immature story, a weak romance, and ridiculous plot twists.
Final –Word: Aadi has Good Future Movie Don’t.