Joru Telugu Movie Review
Starring: Sundeep Kishan, Rashi Khanna, Priya Banerjee, Sushma
Director: Kumar Nagendra
Music Director: Bheems
Release Date: 07th November 2014
Rashi Khanna (Anu) who is the daughter of Shayaji Shinde (Sadha Shivam) comes to India after 16 years. Sundeep (Sundeep Kishan), a modern day trendy guy living to Vizag along with his friend Naamaalu (Sapthagiri). From Hyderabad Anu takes a cab to Vizag. In this journey, few attacks will happens and Sundeep Kishan saves her from trouble. At an instance, he will fall in love with Rashi and the story moves ahead. Interestingly, Sundeep will come across several girls who will have the same name and this triggers confusion. Will Sandeep marry Rashi? Why are they being attacked? forms the rest of the story.
Sundeep Kishan’s role is a mixture of all elements. He has worked on his body and his comedy timing is very good in the film. He is also good with his dances and shares a good chemistry with Raashi Khanna. Sundeep Kishan gives another matured performance after Ra Ra Krishnayya. Raasi khanna’s glamour show will surprise all and also she could be the reason for the A certification. Sushma raj and priya banerjee also did well as per their roles. Brahmanandam and Saptagiri took charge of the comedy department but did not evoke much laughter in a full length character.
Movie runs on a simple concept and a routine love track that makes you feel bored. Although director tried to bring some comedy that did not work good on screen makes it more worse. Songs making and locations are good and they look good than the story of film. Music is not that great but can grip to some scenes. First Half of the movie completely runs on introduction and mostly boring scenes and it also picks up a swing after some comedians enter the screen. A decent comedy attempt has been done but a bad storyline and direction failed to impress Joru on screen. Sundeep who gained some good name after his hits in a row seems like is failing to loose grip on it.
Cinematography of the film is good and especially the songs have been shot beautifully. Music of the film is just about ok and so is the background score. Editing is not up to the mark. Kumar Nagendra, tried for a comedy entertainer after ‘Gundello Godari’ but fails in his execution. Somewhere down the line, he went wrong with his screenplay and messed it up with too many characters. Choreography and the dialogues were ok to some extent.
Joru chuste boru….Watch it at your won risk.