Review: Manmadhudu 2


Directed by: Rahul Ravindran
Produced by: Nagarjuna Akkineni, P.Kiran
Written by: Rahul Ravindran
Story & Dialogues: Kittu Vissapragada
Screenplay by: Rahul Ravindran, Satyanand
Starring: Nagarjuna Akkineni, Rakul Preet Singh, and others
Music by: Chaithan Bharadwaj
Cinematography: M. Sukumar
Edited by: Chota K. Prasad, Bonthala Nageswar Reddy
Production Companies: Annapurna Studios, Anandi Art Creations, Viacom18 Motion Pictures, Manam Enterprises
Distributed by: Viacom18 Motion Pictures
Release date: 9 August 2019
 Language: Telugu Rating: 3.25/5

Manmadhudu 2 is not related to Manmadhudu, but the movie tells a fun story of a 40-something playboy Sam (Nagarjuna) who doesn’t fall in love but only makes love. But he meets Avanthika and everything changes. What happens then? What did Sam do? What happens in the end?

Nagarjuna Akkineni is unquestionably the show stealer of this film. Indeed, even at 60 years old, Nag is looking youthful and dynamic in his job. His enthusiastic exhibition is a joy to watch. Rakul Preet looked in vogue and excellent. Keeping the age distinction aside, the science among Nag and Rakul is additionally great to watch. Vennela Kishore got a substantial job in this film, and he has conveyed his best. Rao Ramesh and Lakshmi acted usually. Devadarshini legitimized her job. Jhansi conveyed an excellent performance. Samantha Akkineni and Keerthi Suresh’s unique appearance included more quality for the film.

Technical Aspects:
The Production esteems by Nagarjuna Akkineni are rich. Music by Chaitan Bhardwaj is without a doubt one of the major in addition to purposes of this film. Two or three melodies, yet his ambient sounds are additionally lively and lovely. Cinematography by M Sukumar is beautiful. He has created some smooth visuals for the film. Mainly the foundation visuals are exceptional. Altering by Chota K Prasad is not too bad.

Plus Points:
Camera Work

Minus Points:
Some adult jokes
Some dragged scenes

Rahul Ravindran has arranged a fascinating storyline for this film. In spite of being the continuation, there is no association among ‘Manmadhudu’ and ‘Manmadhudu 2’. With ‘Chi La Sow’ motion picture itself, Rahul Ravindran has demonstrated that he can deal with romantic tales well and he has demonstrated the equivalent with this film also. He has taken care of the story in a not too bad way and made it considerably all the more intriguing for the group of spectators. Even though there is nothing extraordinary in the story, Rahul Ravindran has dealt with it fascinatingly. The film begins off on an interesting note, and the whole first half is loaded up with satire scenes and sentiment among Rakul and Nagarjuna. We can say that the adoration track between them is exhibited in a good manner. The interim bend is fascinating. The performances, mood melodies, and the screenplay can be considered as the major in addition to the purposes of this film. Be that as it may, some draggy scenes in the subsequent half will be the less focuses. Generally, ‘Manmadhudu 2’ is undoubtedly a value watching the film.

Punch Line: Manmadhudu 2 is a Fun Filled Entertainer