Mathu Vadalara

Mathu Vadalara is a film that Rajamouli and his family are keenly waiting for as it has Keeravani’s Sri Simha making his debut with the film.

Story: The story of the film is based on the lives of three friends played by Sri Simha, Satya, and another young actor. Sri Simha is Babu Mohan who decides to become rich and makes a plan to cheat the customer when he goes to delivery. But unknowingly, he commits a murder and gets stuck in it. So, how did he come out from this case and how did his friends help them is the crux of the story.

Performances: Sri Simha makes a decent debut and is good as the tension-filled youth who wants to commit a crime. He has been nicely trained and if picks his role well, he has a decent time ahead. Comedian Satya is the lifeline of the film and has done a marvelous job. His comedy timing is at peaks and is the mainstay of the film and keeps you on your toes all the time. Vennela Kishore plays a negative role and he is good at it. The rest of the star cast was effective as well and played a decent hand in the proceedings.

Plus

Satya comedy
First Half
Suspense

Minus

Climax
Only for the multiplex audience

Analysis: Mathu Vadalara is a new age concept thriller that has a very good premise. The film is a crime drama and has been narrated in a gripping manner. Director Ritesh Rana is a talent to watch out for. His detailing is superb and the manner in which he adds humor to the tense moments is very good.

Adding to this, Kaala Bhairava’s music score is quite impressive and gels the narrative nicely. The film has a very gripping first half as director Ritesh makes the proceedings lively. Along with the thrills, the comedy generated is also so good and has been maintained perfectly.

There are many areas where the director shows his brilliance as the things showcased featuring the TV serial are so good. The film is not for all but all those who want to see a new age thriller with nice moments and comedy can give this film a chance. The others will find it a bit over the top.

Rating: 2.5/5

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