Shaadi Mubarak Review

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Film: Shaadi Mubarak
Starring : Sagar RK Naidu, Drishya Raghunath, Rahul Ramakrishna, Benarjee, Hema, Rajshree Nair, Aditi Myakal, Ram and others
Director : Padmasri
Producer : Dil Raju, Shirish
Music Director : Sunil Kashyap
Cinematography : Srikanth Naroj
Editor : Madhu Chintala
Release Date: March 5, 2021
moviemanthra.comRating: 3/5

Story:
Madhav Sunnipenta (Sagar) is in search of his bride. He comes from Australia and is planning to attend match-making events. On a single day, he decides to attend 3 Pelli Choopulu along with Satyabhama Thupakula (Drishya Raghunath). Eventually they fall in love with one another. The rest of the story is about how they got connected.

Performances:
Sagar is very acceptable in his job. He looks enchanting and his exhibition in enthusiastic scenes is fair. The new actor Drishya Raghunath is a decent find. She does both happy and passionate scenes without breaking a sweat. Rest of the entertainers legitimize their jobs with nice exhibitions.

Technical Aspects:
Debutant writer Padmasri makes an alright showing with this film that is inexactly roused by the 2016 Malayalam romantic comedy, Happy Wedding. His composition and bearing get going on an unremarkable note at first, yet improve as the film advances. Music is good, albeit not a solitary melody stays with us once we emerge from theaters. Furthermore, similar to we referenced over, the melodies are situational and don’t act like speed-brakers. Cinematography by Srikanth Naroj is charming and beautiful. Editor Madhu Chintala ought to have managed down the length of the not so engaging satire scenes in the principal half. Creation esteems are sufficient for this little planned film.

Plus Points:
Performances
Story
Comedy
Camera Work

Minus points:
Few boring scenes

Verdict:
All in all, Shaadi Mubarak is an incompletely engaging rom-com. There’s sufficient parody for diversion searchers and the scenes between the lead entertainers is very acceptable. Notwithstanding the lazy speed in the principal half and a couple of intelligent hiccups in the subsequent half, you may look at Shaadi Mubarak this end of the week. However, do keep your assumptions low to appreciate it better. The film will not disappoint you. The director did his job well. The performances are good. The comedy is the major highlight of the movie. Enjoy the film with good laughs.

Punch Line: Shaadi Mubarak is a simple and sweet film