Naga Shaurya's Jadoogadu Movie Review exclusively at way2movies.com . Known for his boy-next-door roles, let's see if Shaurya scores brownie points in the movie in Review of Jadoogadu.
Jadoogadu is the story of a small time thug Krishna [Naga Shaurya], who comes to the city to become a Crorepati in short time. Krishna takes up recovery agent job, which brings him close to a powerful local don [Zakir Hussain]. On the other hand, Krishna enjoys romantic phase in life with his newly met girl friend-Parvathy [Sonarika]. While, Krishna becomes Benami of Zakir so that he could accomplish his mission as soon as possible, Zakir traps him in a Rs. 2000 Cr Drug deal. What happens next? How will Krishna outsmart overpowering the hurdles? Forms the crux of Jadoogadu...
Naga Shaurya proved his potential as a Mass hero, after entertaining us as a lover boy in Oohalu Gusa Gusalade and boy-next-door in Dikkulu Chudaku Ramayya. He has put up an engaging show with his fights and romance.
Sonarika Bhadoria made a good debut. She looks glamorous in songs and did her parts well.
Zakir Hussain is okay as the main Villain. Ajay, Kota Srinivasa Rao are best in their roles. Sreenivasa reddy, Sathya, Prithvi kept audience in splits, whenever on screen.
Yogesh has come up with a good story that has well etched twists, but abrupt narration faltered the movie. Dialogues are okay with half-baked comedy.
Sagar Mahati has done a great job with background scores, they elevated scenes. Songs are entertaining with good visuals and lead pair's chemistry.
Sai Sriram's cinematography is A class. He has superbly shot the action scenes with good colour. Editing by MR Varma is good.
VVN Prasad's Sathyaa Entertainments presents Jadoogadu is an upright film that might end up becoming average or above, as openings were not encouraging.
Vi Anand's Jadoogadu tasks Money under Recovery, Deals, Drug Trafficking and Mafia. It has all the elements of a commercial film including action, drama, songs, but the flattered screenplay and lack of well known villain made the difference.
Overall, watch Jadoogadu on big screens if Action is your choice, else wait for Television premier.
Final Verdict: This Magician failed to amuse...