Cast: Manchu Vishnu, Raj Tharun, Rajendra Prasad, Sonarika, Hebbah Patel, Ravi Babu, Posani and Satya Krishna
Director: G Nageshwara Reddy
Director G. Nageswara Reddy, who has made a few successful comedy films in the past, presents Eedo Rakam Aado Rakam starring Manchu Vishnu and Raj Tharun. Rajendra Prasad plays an important role while Sonarika of Hara Hara Mahadev fame and Hebah Patel are the female leads. Arjun (Manchu Vishnu) and Ashwin are good friends. The former’s father is popular advocate Narayana (Rajendra Prasad) and Ashwin’s father is a small-time police inspector (Posani Krishna Murali).
Arjun and Ashwin meet Neelaveni (Sonarika) and Supriya (Hebah Patel) at a friend’s marriage and fall in love with them. When Arjun comes to know that Neelaveni wants to marry an orphan, he tells her that he is one, and she agrees to marry him. Confused? Well, the story goes on to show how things become utterly confusing and how two couples handle things.
The plot of the film has been taken from a Punjabi movie and it is not new in Tollywood. But Nageswara Reddy manages to elicit a few laughs despite the predictable storyline. But the film lacks good visuals. Senior actor Rajendra Prasad plays his role with ease while Manchu Vishnu, who is not new to comedy roles, carries it off with confidence, as does Raj Tharun. Sonarika and Hebah Patel provide the glamour quotient and nothing more.
Music by Sai Karthik is average but the cinematography is not good. Some of Ratnam’s dialogues are funny and some double meaning ones are not. Technically the film is average and the climax could have been better, it seemed that they were in a hurry to finish it.