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REVIEW : Subhapradam

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REVIEW : Subhapradam

Film: Subhapradam
Rating: 2/5
Banner: Sri Sri Rajarajeswari Films Pvt. Ltd.
Cast: Allari Naresh, Manjari Phadnis, Sharath Babu, Vizag Prasad, Ashok Kumar, Gundu Sudarshan, Giribabu, Raghubabu, Rallapalli, Jayalakshmi, Dubbing Janaki, Devadas Kanakala, Amanamanchi and Others.
Music: Mani Sharma.
Director: K. Viswanath.
Producers: Harigopala Krishna Murthy, PN Thilak.
Release Date: July 16, 2010
A stale tale, the story begins with Indu (manjari) who is an avid follower of dance and music. Her family has an unusual combination- her father (vizag prasad) is Telugu, mother is Malayali, her uncles (sudarshan and ashok kumar) are married to ladies from Chennai and Kolkata. Things take a turn with the arrival of Chakri (allari naresh) who is also a talented singer but he is not a trained or professional one. He falls in love with Indu and she reciprocates his feelings. However, the arrival of a rich man (Sarath Babu) brings a twist in the story and also the profession of Chakri comes as a surprise. What happens after that forms the rest of the story. 
The director has come up with a rather confusing storyline and though the presentation was good, the narrative was very poor. The dialogues were witty at few places, the script was very shallow and the screenplay was completely haywire. Background score was excellent but only one song has been able to appeal. Cinematography was marvelous. Editing was okay. Costumes were apt and the art department was perfect. Dance choreography was very nice. Allari Naresh had a weak etching of his character but still he made his presence felt strongly, the real show stealer was Manjari who looks gorgeous to the core and she has got fair talent of performance as well. Sharath Babu was elegant, the trio of Vizag Prasad, Ashok Kumar and Sudarshan gave many funny moments. Jayalakshmi was a revelation with her dance. The others did their bit as required.
Though the film came across as a clean family entertainer, the entire backdrop and its taking is very old fashioned. Also, many things were crammed into the subject which takes away the concentration of the audience. While the first half was just okay, the second half was totally out of hands. It must be said that the legendary director has lost his magic touch. The good side of it is the presence of Naresh and the stunning beauty Manjari. Overall, the film is only for the very old citizens and nothing much for today's audience.
Bharatstudent Verdict: Disappointing!!

Tags: Review: Subhapradam, Allari Naresh, Manjari Phadnis, Sharath Babu, Vizag Prasad, Ashok Kumar, Gundu Sudarshan, Giribabu, Raghubabu, K Viswanath
Posted On : 16th July, 2010
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