Movie : Yevadu
Release date : 12 January 2014
Director : Vamsi Paidipally
Producer : Dil Raju
Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
Starring : Ram Charan, Allu Arjun, Shruti Haasan ,Amy Jackson..
Yevadu – Story
Satya (Allu Arjun) falls in love with Deepthi (Kajal Aggarwal), but a local goon Dheru Bhai (Rahul Dev) falls behind her in the same time. Satya starts going against the don to make Deepthi comfortable in life. In the meanwhile, College going Charan (Ram Charan) who wanted to help the people in trouble gets attached to some colony people and help them retain their lifes from the local don Dharma (Sai Kumar). How did goons find a way to kill ? How will Charan take over powerful goon Dharma? Will Deepthi and Satya get married? Yevadu answer these question in 166 minutes movie.
Yevadu – Star Performance
Ram Charan looks pretty good in this film and did well in all departments (histrionics dances and fights). Especially his steps in Freedom deserves a special mention. Allu Arjun is good in his cameo provided the perfect launch pad for the movie. Ram Charan failed to provide the variation between Charan and Satya’s character. Amy Jackson seems to be interested in exposing than putting right expression at the right time. Shruti Haasan is fine in her limited character. She sizzled in Pimple Dimple. Shruti Haasan has more importance to the script and Amy Jackson just being additional attraction. Kajal Aggarwal is cute in her cameo. Scarlet Wilson is redhot in Ayyo Papam item number. Jaya Sudha is impressive in her character. Bhramanandam character fails to provide some laughs. Kota Srinivasa Rao is nice in extended cameo. Sai Kumar has some powerful lines and he delivers them in an ease. Rahul Dev is middling in his character.
Yevadu – Techinical Team
The real heroes of the film didn’t act. Yes am talking about the Cinematographer and the Music Director. Cinematography from C Ram Prasad is very good, during the flash back scenes. Devi Sri Prasad’s music is outstanding; I must say he has done a commendable job even with the BG score. Even his patience level would have busted out, composing the BG score and to his credit his music is far superior to the script. Dialogues in the movie are good in parts. Esp. Marindi Moham Mathrame Paaga Kadhu, Na Mogudu pothu pothu oka magadini ichi poyyadu.. Etc. Editing by Marthand K Venkatesh editing in the film is okay. Second half drags a lot in the middle. Fights in the film are power packed. VFX in the film are good. Choreography of the film are neat, Esp Freedom deserves a special mention. Coming to Storyline of the film there is nothing new. Movie takes its major line from the Face Off. Many sequences in the second half are inspired from the typical Telugu hits. Vamshi Paidipally takes the storyline ahead with a decent pace that may not prompt you to think much in between. A tight narration was missing in this commercial entertainer. Production values in the film are rich
Yevadu – Analysis
First half of the film is okay, not many dragging episodes and second half picks the pace to adds in some mass – powerful scenes. Yevadu has obviously been made to cater to its target audience, those who don’t care about logic and are looking for nothing less than pakka entertainment. If your idea of a movie goes along those lines, watch it!