Friday, 31 May 2013

Iddarammayilatho Review


Movie:         Iddarammayilatho

Rating:        3/5

Director:     Puri Jagandh

Allu Arju, Amala Paul, Catherine Tresa's Iddarammayilatho directed by Puri Jagannath is releasing amidst huge expectations. Devi Sri Prasad's music is much talked about. Let us see what impact it makes on movie lovers.

Story Line

Union Minister (Rao Ramesh) daughter Akanksha (Catherine Tresa) flies to  Spain to do Phd in psychology. In her room she finds a diary left behind by previous tenant. Akanksha who reads the diary comes to know about Sanju (Allu Arjun) through Komali (Amala Paul) writings. 

Akanksha while reading the diary gets interested in Sanju who runs a western band. She suddenly finds the story between Komali and Sanju come to abrupt end as the diary pages turn blank after the engagement between the two. What is the twist in the love story between Komali and Sanju? How did she react when she comes to know about her father's involvement in Rs 100 crs scam? 
To find out answers one should unlock 'Iddarammayilatho'

Star Shine

Allu Arjun outshone himself in this film from all his previous ones. His dances are devastating, stunts are sensational and acting is rocking. Especially his dance to Megastar Chiranjeevi's Gang Ladder song is excellent. He excelled in all fields and turned one man army. Amala Paul looked beautiful in sweet and short role. She as a traditonal girl won many hearts and many felt that she should have got more importance. Catherine looked cute and expressions are treat to watch. She has bright future. However both the heroines has very limited scope for performance. Rao Ramesh did well in his role as corrupt union minister.
Brahmanandam, Ali,Nazar,Subbaraju and others did their role to perfection. Devshi Khanduri, Kaajal Vashisht doled out beauty treat.


Movie lovers witnessed these kind of love stories and Puri Jagannath tried to add mass colors to it. He shfited the base to Spain. Though he tried his best to keep viewers interested in the film tempo was slow some times testing the patience of viewers. First half was good and second half though picked up pace, was stuffed with excess action sequences. Lack of comedy and over violence may shun away family viewers..However Bunny's dances are treat to watch. A little bit of trimming here and there along with soring out some screenplay and direction issues, the film would have been a super hit. Interval block is excellent.

Production values of Prameswara Arts is quite high. Cinematography is of high standard. Devi Sri Prasad's music is a treat for masses which enabled Allu Arjun to showcase his stylish dancing steps. Editing could have been far better. 

Movie Marks

You may watch it for Allu Arjun's performance, stylish action sequences and dances. 


Directed by     Puri Jagannadh
Produced by     Bandla Ganesh
Screenplay by     Puri Jagannadh
Starring     Allu Arjun,Amala Paul,Catherine Tresa ,Nassar,Tanikella Bharani,Brahmanandam,Ali,Nicole,Srinivas Reddy,Ali,Devshi Khanduri,Kaajal Vashisht
Music by     Devi Sri Prasad
Studio     Parameswara art Productions
Distributed by     Blue Sky (overseas ) 
Release date(s)    May 31, 2013

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