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Producer: Shivraj Patil
Director: Nani Acharya
Music: Ghantadi Krishna
Casting: Ram Karthik, Bhanu Tripathi, Chammak Chandra,Bithiri Sathi, Ravi Prakash and others
Engineering students Mahi (Ram Karthik) from Hyderabad and Hima (Bhanu Tripathi) from Vizag get attracted when they accidentally meet during their industrial tour to Araku valley. Mahi who longs to meet her again will be pleasantly surprised to see her join in his college as both coincidentally select Mission 18 as their final year project.
They get close as their likes and dislikes too matches but Mahi makes enemies with his classmates Tony and others as they get involved in illegal activities. Things get complicated when Tony gets killed and rival goons out to stop Mahi and Hima to stop Mission 18 presentation in New Delhi. To find out more about Mahi, Hima's romantic relation, Mission 18 project watch the film on silver screen.
Ram Karthik is OK with his performance. He should work more on his expressions, emotions and body language. Bhanu Tripati got little scope to perform. She however attracted with her looks and glamour.
Bithiri Sathi and Chammak Chandra attracted masses with their comedy. Ravi Prakash is OK as a police officer. Others performed according to their roles.
Ghantadi Krishna came with melodious tunes. Songs are well shot but their placement acted as speed breakers. Background score is OK. Cinematography is average.
Director Nani Acharya should have worked on the story and script before proceeding ahead with the film. Production values are good.
Couple of routine jokes
Glamour of Bhanu Tripati
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Director Nani Acharya tried to generate interest among movie lovers by including romance, college life and patriotism in the story. He starts the first half on interesting note going into flash back with project Mission 18. However he drifts away from Mission 18 and instead concentrated on showing the routine comedy, college life, romance etc thus diluting the interest.
Interval twist is OK but he failed to generate interest in the second half with repetitive scenes, drags in the narration and unnecessary comedy when the intensity should have increased. Climax turned out to be the most atrocious testing the patience of movie lovers. Director failed to plug the loopholes and illogical narration in the story. Film turned out to be below average entertainer giving immense torture to movie lovers.
Iddari Madhya 18 gives immense torture.
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