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Producers: Vsireddy Ravindra,Vasireddy Shivaji,Makkena Ramu, Vadlaputi JitendraDirector :
Music : Sai karthik
Cast:Jagapathy Babu,Nara Rohit
Police arrest Star Director Siddharth (Nara Rohit)on charges of murdering his wife Anjali (Dhanya Bhanik). He refuses lawyer expressing confidence that honest public prosecutor Veerendra (Jagapathi Babu) himself will argue in favour of him,as he is innocent. However all the evidences collected at the murder spot points needle of suspicion towards Siddharth. To findout the real twists,watch Aatagaallu on silver screen.
Jagapathy Babu performed well in his role. His body language and expressions are right. He nailed it perfectly with his screen presence and dialogue delivery. Nara Rohit too performed his role well. He could have however come up with better expressions and emotions to elevate the scenes. His body language is good.
Dhanya Bhanik attracted with her looks and she got limited role to perform. Brahmanandam attracted to some extent. However his comedy turned stale and routine. Others like Subbaraju,Nagineedu, Jiva, Tulasi performed according to their roles.
Sai Karthik failed to create any impact with his music and background score. Infact his songs acted as a speed brakers. Editing of Marthand K Venkatesh left a lot to be desired. Cinematography of Vijay Kumar failed to beautify the film. Paruchuri Murali should have worked on the story and script before proceeding ahead with the project. Production values are poor.
Paruchuri Murali tried to attract movie lovers with a thriller. Though the plot is good and he came with a good story,he failed in his execution. One felt that serials are better than this film with his slow pace and poor screenplay and direction.
He failed to elevate the scenes with the twists and turns. Right from the start to finish he tests the patience of the viewers.Not even single scene or dialogue generate interest among movie lovers. The film fails on all fronts despite the presence of cast like Jagapathy Babu and Nara Rohit.
Final Talk :
Aatagaallu fails to appeal.