Movie: Shaadi Mubarak
Ranking: 2.5 / 5
Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Creations
Counterfeit: Sagar RK Naidu, Drishya Raghunath, Rahul Ramakrishna, Hemanth, Banerjee, Priyadarshi Raam and others
Music: Sunil kashyap
Cinematography: Srikanth Naroj
Producers: Raju and Sirish
Written and path: Padmasri
Publication date: March 05, 2021
When senior producer Dil Raju’s identity is related to a challenge, it naturally arouses curiosity no matter who acted on it. “Shaadi Mubarak” is the most recent copy. The film comes from Dil Raju’s banner.
Let’s consider its merits and shortcomings.
An NRI Madhav Sunnipenta (RK Sagar) lands in Hyderabad to test marriage alliances for him.
Thupakula Satyabhama (Drishya Raghunath), whose mother runs a wedding business, agrees to take Madhav to a few women’s properties as part of the pelli choopulu session.
During this journey, Madhav and Satya Bhama fall in love, resulting in many problems.
Performances by artists:
A huge fan of girls, RK Sagar Naidu looks good and performed his half effortlessly. Nonetheless, he seems to be a bit older for the character of this NRI groom.
Newcomer Drishya Raghunath is lively. They shared the right chemistry. Priyadarshi Ram because the heroine’s father is sweet.
The film is shot in a low price range. While the cinematography is top-notch, the loud music is surprising, the modification lacks smoothness.
The essential plot level
The second half
Music and modification
The lead couple “Shaadi Mubarak” meet at the airport and immediately board a taxi that whizzes along the roads of the metropolis Hyderabad for nearly an hour. Thus begins the unlikely romance between Madhav Sunnipenta performed by RK Sagar and Drishya Raghunath’s Satyabhama.
The plot, while lean, seems pretty fascinating at first. Identical to “Pelli Choopulu”, a lady and a boy accidentally meet and spend several hours together. Their first trip after falling in love yielded some truly laughable moments.
Their conversations in the taxi are humorous. Plus, some pelli choopulu collections are hilarious. After several such witty episodes in the first episode, the fun drops after a hiatus.
The second half seems to be a completely different film. And the rest of the process is extremely predictable, typically boring. The music Madhunandan – Aditi Myakal is simply not convincing in any way.
The movie might have been a hilarious rom-com if the creators had worked on the second half, and more importantly, edited in an extra skillful way. Apparently the movie has been a long time in the making and the actors seem differently in many locations. There are also continuity problems. Some sequences are extra like a TV collection.
Bigger than the poor production values and surprising music, it is the weak writing in the second half that reversed the great beginning.
In a nutshell: “Shaadi Mubarak” kicks off effectively, creates laughter, and also doesn’t catch up on steam
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