Superstar Mahesh Babu’s latest outing Aagadu has relesed with huge and hoopla around . Its music and promos have soared up the viewers’ curiosity sky high. Its makers’ unique promotional strategies have added lot of hype to this project, which has released in a record number of screens across the globe today (September 19). Let us see if it is living upto expectations or not.
Coming to the story, Shankar (Mahesh Babu) is an orphan brought up by Raja Rao (Rajendra Prasad)as his son. But Raja Rao mistakes Shankar on one occasion and drives him out of the house. Later, Shankar becomes an Encounter Specialist and gets posted in Bukkapatnam, where the atrocities of Damodar (Sonu Sood) who is in the process of building power plant illegally. In between , Shankar starts liking sweet shop owner Saroja (Tamannah), after entering Bikkaneedu.At this juncture, Shankar comes to know about certain deadly facts related to his own family which turns professional rivalry in to personal too. What happens next is the crux of the story.
As a cop, Mahesh Babu has done a fantastic job and he is the showman in Aagadu. He is a treat to watch in action and dance sequences and he will rock you with his amazing dialogue diction.
His wonderful body language (he is slimmer now), terrific comedy timing, a new rayalaseema accent dialogue delivery and fantastic modulations keep you one toe. From first frame to last frame, it is his show, only his show of strength. Also his dances need a mention, as his swift moves are really making girls lose their heart again. Tamanna has also done well and she impresses you with her glamour. Shruti Haasan turned heads with her single number, and looked promising alongside Mahesh. A Galaxy of comedians like Rajendra Prasad, Brahmanandam, Nassar, Rao Ramesh, MS Narayana, Vennela Kishore, Raghu Babu and Posani Krishna Murali keep tickling your funny bones throughout the movie Aagadu. Sonu Sood, Brahmaji, Nadhiya, Tanikella Bharani have also
done justice to their respective roles.
Sreenu Vytla knows the best of Mahesh’s comedy timing and he explored it to peaks now. Also he extracted good work from all other celebs and technicians.Thaman hasn’t done justice to his 50th film, however His soundtracks have already become chartbusters. KV Guhan’s cinematography is fantastic and it is another highlight of the film. The choreography of action and dance sequences is simply superb. Other technical departments have also delivered fantastic works
Overall, Aagadu has rich performances by lead actors and superb production values, but the movie lacks a fresh and interesting storyline. It it may not turn an industry hit. It is a routine
revenge drama that rocks you with its mass elements.Don’t miss it.Do not compare and rate this movie. It’s a fun filled one.