Adi Saikumar’s Crazy Fellow Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Crazy Fellow Telugu Movie Review: Adi Saikumar has played in nearly nine films in a single year, and it is still a mystery how he is able to secure such a high volume of acting work despite his history of failures. Having opened in theatres today, October 14, 2022, Crazy Fellow will now be evaluated to determine its merit. Though Sharwanand saw the film at a special screening where it received positive reviews, the trailer failed to pique his curiosity.

Crazy Fellow Telugu Movie Review

Story

The protagonist of Crazy Fellow is a young man named Nani (Adi Saikumar) who, in addition to being hopelessly in love with Bala Tripura Sundari, also has a serious deficiency of the characteristic of attentiveness. But when Nani unwittingly falls in love with another lady, his problems really begin. Depending on how he deals with the situation, the story will continue in one of two ways.

Cast & Crew

The film stars Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Saptagiri, Narra Srinivas, Anish Kuruvilla, Ravi Prakash, Pawan, Priya Hegde, and Deepthi Naidu, and was directed by Phani Krishna Siriki. Filming was directed by Satish Muthyala, music was composed by R R Dhruvan, and editing was overseen by Satya Giduturi.

Movie Name Crazy Fellow
Director Phani Krishna Siriki
Music Director R R Dhruvan
Producer K K Radhamohan
Genre Comedy Drama
Cast Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Saptagiri, Narra Srinivas, Anish Kuruvilla, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Ravi Prakash, Pawan, Priya Hegde, Deepthi Naidu
Cinematography Satish Muthyala

Movie Verdict

Adi Saikumar made nine movies in a row, yet not a single one was a hit. Inexplicably, the setback Once again, the Crazy Guy proved that he is the same.

There’s nothing controversial about the film, and the clumsy attempts at humor should have been more effective. Instead, everything about the film feels old, from the narrative to the forced humor and the subpar acting. The film is an ordeal for the audience.

Adi Saikumar’s portrayal of Nani has peaked, thus it’s probably for the best if he moves on to other things. I am still intrigued by the box-office returns of his flicks. Since there is nowhere for them to grow, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, and Saptagiri all give solid performances. All of the supporting cast members do a respectable job.

Phani Krishna Siriki stated confidently in an interview that the film will be well received by a wide variety of people. He was a dismal failure as a writer and director when viewers of all ages and backgrounds ignored the movie.

In terms of technical quality, Crazy Fellow falls short; Sathish Muthyala’s photography is poor, the songs by RR Dhruvan are unremarkable, and the score is mediocre, to say the least. But other technical departments delivered superb results as expected by the story.

In sum, Crazy Fellow is an old tale; if you have two hours to kill and nothing better to do, give it a look.

Plus Points:

  • Nothing

Minus Points:

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Rating: 2/5

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