Jodi Movie Review

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Release date: September 06, 2019
www.moviemanthra.com Rating: 3/5
Starring: Aadi Sai Kumar, Shraddha Srinath, Vennela Kishore, Senior Naresh, Gollapudi Maruthi Rao
Director: Viswanath Arigela
Producers: Sai Venkatesh Gurram, Padmaja
Music Director: Phani Kalyan
Cinematography: Vishweshwar SV

Story:
Kapil (Aadi) is a young software engineer. He loves Kanchanamala (Shraddha Srinath) and tries hard to grab her attention and love. When everything is going smooth, Kanchanamala’s father disapproves their marriage. Why did he do that? What happened after that? How did Kapil win his love? Forms the story of the movie.

Performances:
Jodi is Shraddha Srinath’s introduction film in Telugu and she makes a noteworthy showing. She looks youthful and has a decent job in the film. Shraddha has been displayed delightfully in the melodies and she is slick with her going about also. Aadi is route superior to his past movies and does not go over the edge in his job. He does his best in the given job and offers a decent science with Shraddha. It is generally excellent to see senior entertainer Gollapudi in an awesome job after quite a while. Naresh is slick in his job of a cricket wagering someone who is addicted and the miscreant Pradeep is additionally alright. A couple of satire scenes including Vennela Kishore and Satya are great.

Technical Aspects:
The primary half has a couple of better than average feelings and sentiment between the lead pair. The production estimations of the film are quite great as the visuals look vivid due to the amazing camera work. The music by Phani is just about alright as was the foundation score. The editing is gigantic wreckage as the film can be cut effectively for 12 minutes or something like that. Despite the fact that the film has been good in many ways. The dialogues are good and the technical team delivered their best.

Plus Points:
Performances
Dialogues
Story

Minus Points:
Few Dragged Scenes

Verdict:
Going to the director Vishwanath, he has chosen an obsolete story and attempted to add the business perspectives to it. He begins the primary half well however makes the later section a wreck. He achieved the best in portraying the essential feelings in a stream.
All in all, Jodi is an extremely obsolete and customary family show which will wind up as a decent entertainer. The principal half has some concise windy minutes however the subsequent half entertains the audiences. The film is impressive in many ways. The story is good and the movie’s direction is also nice. On the whole, the film Jodi is entertaining in many ways.

Punch Line: ‘Jodi’ is a decent family entertainer