Sudheer Babu’s Mosagallaku Mosagadu has hit the big-screens today. Directed by Bose Nelluri and produced by Chakri Chigurupati on Lakshmi Narasimha Entertainments, Mosagallaku Mosagadu is hyped as sequel to super hit Swamy Ra Ra. Can the movie reach the hit status of Swamy Ra Ra? Read Mosagallaku Mosagadu Movie Review on Justtelugu.com
Krish (Sudheer Babu) is a small-time swindler who cheats others for his living. He falls in love with Janaki (Nandini) at first sight, but the latter hates his robbery acts and asks him to leave everything for her. While he promises to leave the robbery, he gets a big deal from a don Kaushik (Jaya Prakash Reddy) of stealing a precious idol worth crores of rupees. Krish runs off with the idol shocking Kaushik and his boss Rudra (Abhimanyu Singh). Why did Krish steal the idol? What other plans he has in his mind is the rest of the story.
Sudheer Babu looked stylish and delivered better performance compared to his previous movies. He should be careful in his dialogue modulation, although he is impressive in the fights, stunts and dances. Nandini looks alright and her performance is just okay. The love track between the leads isn’t appealing.
Abhimanyu Singh looks stylish in the suits, though he hasn’t had much to perform. Jayaprakash Reddy does an impressive job, and his track with Duvvasi Mohan and Fish Venkat is entertaining. Chandra Mohan is apt for the role and Sapthagiri offers some laughs. Others are adequate.
Cinematography is on top-notch. Manikanth’s musical scores are so-so, and the background score is average. Dialogues had the needed punch and go with the flow of the film. Bose Nelluri’s direction is mediocre while the screenplay is predictable and weak. Editing could have been crispier in the first half. Production values are standard.
Mosagallaku Mosagadu has an exciting storyline of the stolen idols worth crores of rupees being smuggled out of country. The storyline has large scope for thrilling chases and comedy elements. However, the director has kept it simple and has relied more on the situational comedy rather than the thrilling tracks or the gripping chase sequences.
The first half of the film establishes the story and characterizations, but the pace in this hour is painfully slow and story moves nowhere. The love track between the leads is uninteresting and lacks emotional connect. The twists are highly predictable. The second half is however better and racier than the first hour. The major saving grace is the comedy scenes between Jaya Prakash Reddy, Duvvasi Mohan and Fish Venkat. But the film lacked interesting con scenes that crime thrillers had.
All in all, Mosagallaku Mosagadu doesn’t offer anything new except for some situational comedy scenes that works in parts.
Mosagallaku Mosagadu- Tried & Tested Formula, offering some laughs!