Madatha Kaja Review – Madata Kaajaa Movie Review – Madatha Kaaja Telugu Movie Review, Rating: Allari Naresh latest film Madatha Kaja is out in theatres now. Naresh has turned out to be the minimum guarantee in his zone over a period of time. All his recent movies have done decent business and buyers and makers of Madata Kaja will hope for another decent earner if not a great money spinner. Here is Madatha Kaja Review…
Kalyan (Allari Naresh) works as police informer in Vizag. He falls in love with Sneha (Sneha Ullal) and wins her heart with the help of his friends (Vennela Kishore and Dharmavarapu Subramanyam). International don Nanda (Asish Vidhyardhi) runs his illegal businesses in Hyderabad, which are taken care by JP (Jayaprakash) and KP (Ahuti Prasad). JP and KP always fight with each other which bring losses to Nanda.
Irked by this Nanda sets a plan. He passes an order that JP’s son (Subbaraju) should marry KP’s daughter Sneha to make them relatives. At the same time Kalyan is called by Hyderabad police to keep a check to JP, KP and Nanda. Kalyan enters KP’s home as JP’s son and starts playing games. How he brings down Nanda from Bangkok to India and how he marries his lady love forms the rest of the story.
The story of this film is inspired from Mirapakay and Don Seenu. However, there is no action angle to it as the director deals it in a comical way. Although few scenes are funny the plot lacks logic completely. The fact that Allari Naresh is a comedy hero covers up to some extent but the comical scenes are not very hilarious. There are only occasional laughs and the film is too predictable for common filmgoer. The film has striking resemblance to the above mentioned films and those are still afresh among our audience that makes Madatha Kaja less enjoyable fare.
Allari Naresh has done what he is best at. However, there is nothing special from him. It is a routine act. Sneha Ullal looked cool and beautiful. But she can’t act at all and that gets on to your nerves at times. Jayaprakash’s character is the best one among the support cast. He spilled few laughs at times. Ali’s various getups are okay. Dharmavarapu and Vennela Kishore are fine. Rest of the star cast did well to keep the things flowing.
Vegesna Satish’s dialogue lacked freshness and punch. This is the main drawback as dialogue is the oxygen for this genre of movies. Sri Vasanth’s music is better than okay. Excuse Me song is picturized well. Cinematography and Editing are good for a low budget film. Production values are up to the mark.
Director Seeta Rama Raju has vast experience in the direction department and that shows on screen. He handled all the crafts well like a pro. But he should’ve opted for a novel script rather following the trend. This film doesn’t give any idea about his strengths as he didn’t try to leave his mark.
Final Word: Madatha Kaja is neither sweet nor sour. Watch it if you have nothing better to do.