Cast: Aadi, Namitha Pramodh, Sai Kumar, Ali
Directed by: Veerabhadram Mullapudi
Produced by: Venkat Talari,Ram Talluri
Banner: Sree Iswarya Lakshmi Movies, SRT Entertainments
Music Composed by: Thaman SS
Young Tollywood Hero Aadi who was the son of Sai Kumar is ready to entertain the audience and his fans with his movie Chuttalabbayi which had been released today. The movie is the directorial venture of Veerabadram Choudary. Aadi will play the main lead and actress Namitha Pramod will romance Aadi in the movie. The actor’s father Sai Kumar is also playing an important role in the movie.
Babji (Aadi), a recovery agent comes across a girl named Kavya (Namitha Pramod) who is on the run citing danger from her family. He helps her in a crunch situation but to his bad luck, Kavya’s brother(Abhimanyu Singh) mistakes that Babji is behind all this and starts chasing the couple. Left with no choice, Bajbi brings Kavya to his village and introduces her to his family as his best friend. As time passes by, Kavya falls in love with Babji. When things seem to go just fine, Kavya’s family along with yet another gang attack Babji and his family.
It is for the first time Sai Kumar and his son Aadi were sharing screen space and they were happy and excited with this development. Aadi is improving with every film and gives a mature performance. He has ample amounts of talent to showcase and is at ease in this film right from his dances to his emotions. On the film flip side, lack of novel story line and interesting moments during the second half makes this film worth a watch strictly for a few laughs.
Aadi: He is improving with every film and gives a mature performance in this film.
Namitha Pramod: She is making debut in tollywood industry with this movie.
Aadi and Sai Kumar are sharing screen space for the first time with this movie. The movie also features li, Raghu Babu, Prithvi, Abhimanyu Singh, Shakalaka Shankar, Sudarshan, Bhadram, Giri, Surekha Vani, Mallikarjun, Malavika, and Annapurna playing supportive roles.
SS Thaman has composed music. Production values of the film are quite rich as the makers have spent ample amount to showcase the film well. The camera work is also pretty decent as it nicely depicts the village atmosphere. Editing is below average and so were the dialogues. He manages to narrate the first half well and even brings a decent interval bang. But the way he has dealt with the second half with the lack of entertaining elements make things disappointing.