Sudigaali Sudheer Gaalodu Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Sudigaali Sudheer Gaalodu Telugu Movie Review:  To become a household name on television, Sudigaali Sudheer was featured in several action films. Despite the mixed success of his previous movies, including the flops that inspired Gaalodu, the director didn’t give up and instead made another mainstream hit. The team did a great job of publicizing it, and the time has come to see if his efforts have paid off. Today, November 18, 2022, is the wide release of the film, so let’s see whether it’s any good with a review.

Sudigaali Sudheer Gaalodu Telugu Movie Review

Story

Raju (Sudheer) is a gaalodu from a rural area who finds love with city dweller Sukla (Gehna Sippy) in Hyderabad. The plot takes an unexpected turn when the thugs learn Raju’s identity, which has been kept secret up until this point. At the film’s conclusion, Raju’s true identity becomes clear.

Cast & Crew

The film was directed by Raja Sekar Reddy Pulicharla. Leading roles are played by Sudheer Anand, Gehna Sippy, Sapthagiri, and Shakalaka Shankar. It was shot by C. Ram Prasad, who is well known as the cinematographer. The music was written by Bheems Ceciroleo. It was produced by Raja Sekar Reddy Pulicharla, whose company name is Samskruthi films.

Movie Name Gaalodu
Director Raja Sekar Reddy Pulicharla
Music Director Bheems Ceciroleo
Producer Raja Sekar Reddy Pulicharla
Genre Action, Drama
Cast Sudheer Anand, Gehna Sippy, Sapthagiri, and Shakalaka Shankar
Cinematography C. Ram Prasad

Movie Verdict

Moviegoers no longer care about box office success and instead seek out films with original and engaging stories. Some directors, however, persist in coercing audiences to watch their commercial films. This is why people say Gaalodu is a boring commercial film from the 90s that you shouldn’t waste your time on. The film opens with a standard introduction of the main character, followed by a mass beat that serves as a summary of the main character’s character arc and overall character.

The second part of Gaalodu is tedious to watch due to its repetitive scenes, slow pacing, and lacklustre acting. The film’s only saving graces were its glamorous heroine and a few funny bits, but even those weren’t enough to keep people interested. A few other comedians also made an effort to make us laugh, and the opening half of the film features some Sudheer mark humour blocks. Unfortunately, that does not pan out.

It would be best for him to stick to comedies if he wants to play heroes in more movies. Although Gehna Sippy’s potential is limited, she nonetheless managed to wow in the movie with her glitzy performance. The remainder of the cast, including Shakalaka Shankar, is merely adequate. We know that Sudheer can do comedy, so seeing him perform unbelievable action sequences on screen is jarring and doesn’t work for his character of Raju.

Instead of trying to turn a dull tale into an exciting film, as Raja Sekar Reddy Pulicharla did, he should write his own stories from scratch.

Gaalodu is fine technically, however the songs by Bheems Ceciroleo and the music by Ramprasad are below standard. Ramprasad’s photography is reminiscent of typical Hollywood productions in that it features bright lights and vivid colours that overwhelm the viewer.

Gaalodu is an old commercial film, yet fans of Sudigali Sudheer should still give it a look.

Plus Points:

  • Few Comedy Scenes

Minus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Music
  • Lack of Emotion

Rating: 2/5

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