Silly Fellows Movie Review & Rating
Comedy actors Allari Naresh and Sunil are known to be best entertainers in the movie industry but they are constantly failing to impress the audiences Both teamed up now for an exciting project which is titled as Silly Fellows Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao is the director of the movie The movie Silly Fellows is said to be the remake of a Tamil movie Check out the review of the movie here
Movie Name: Silly Fellows
Release Date: 7th September 2018
Cast: Allari Naresh,Sunil,Chitra Shukla,Nandini Rai
Director: Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao
Producer: Kiran Reddy,Bharath Chowdary
Music: Sri Vasanth
Cinematography: Anish Tharun Kumar
Comedy actors Allari Naresh and Sunil are known to be best entertainers in the movie industry but they are constantly failing to impress the audiences. Both teamed up now for an exciting project which is titled as Silly Fellows. Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao is the director of the movie. The movie Silly Fellows is said to be the remake of a Tamil movie. Check out the review of the movie here.
Veerababu (Allari Naresh) runs a tailoring shop. He is also a right hand to MLA. He runs into a trouble while he plans to help his girlfriend. His friend Soori (Sunil) also lands into a trouble. In the meantime, MLA meets with an accident and steps into coma. He has a classified information regarding some billions of money.
What situations did all of them get into because of their troubles forms the story of the movie.
There are a lot of confusion comedies in Telugu in the past but this movie is completely different from all those movies. Without spoofs, loud comedy and unnecessary satires, the movie appears good. The movie primarily banks on situational comedy but it is of old-school comedy that was tested and dusted in the industry many times in the past.
The original is a flop in Tamil but it is unsure why the director preferred the particular movie for doing a remake. The writing is very poor in the movie. There is no connection to one scene and the next one. The logics are ruled out. Every scene appears silly in the movie and creates no humour. The movie lacks the required content that can keep the audiences engaged.
Though the comedy is the major strength of the movie, there is absolutely no point in trying to engage the audiences with silly scenes and improper story. Sunil's character in the original was entertaining but it didn't work in Telugu. Sunil failed to entertain in his role because of poor writing. Sunil's comedy timing is missing completely in the movie.
The weak characterizations played the spoil sport for the movie. The movie lacks freshness and it is too predictable. With no proper story and screenplay, the director just tried to pull off the movie which didn't happen. Though the lead comedy pair tried their best to do justice for their roles, lack of proper logics and unnecessary situations troubled them. The B and C centre audiences might like the comedy but the movie has absolutely nothing that could engage the audiences.
Sudden star Allari Naresh is good in his role and has tried his best to impress with his regular comedy timing. On the other hand, Sunil has failed to entertain the audiences and the role he was offered is poly written. The heroines Chitra Shukla and Nandini have nothing to offer in the film and they are just okay as glamour dolls. The actors Jaya Prakash Reddy, Posani, Ragu and others were okay in terms of comedy to impress the audiences.
The music scored by Sree Vasant came out well. He also impressed with the background score. Cinematography is not completely impressive but editing is ok. The dialogues are good and decent. The artwork is nice. On the whole, the technical team tried to give their best but lack of proper content ruined their efforts and the film was pushed into failure path.
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