Tungabhadra Movie Reviewby Aravind
Director:Srinivas Krishna Gogineni
Cast:Adith Arun, Dimple Chopade
Release Dt :Mar, 20 2015
Tungabhadra is a story about a village who fights for political upper hand dividing themselves into groups. Rama Raju (Satyaraj) is a political leader in his village who has potential and he supports a regional party in the elections. Seenu (Adith Arun) is one of the most trusted one in his group who falls in love with his daughter Dimple Chopade which makes the complete movie turn. Seenu comes to know that Rama Raju trusts him a lot and he decides to leave her for his leader. The rest of the movie is about what happens next and what the final message is about.
The first half of the movie has been interesting and the narration has been decent. The whole first half has been carried by the performances of Satyaraj, Adith and Dimple. The entertainment has been added at the needed parts and on the whole the complete first half of the movie has been impressive.
The second half of the film has nothing new to offer and is a complete misfire. The movie has been completely predictable and the movie dips down badly. The plot has been deviated and the movie has a common message that has been shown in many movies in the past. On the whole the second half is a complete disappointment.
Satyaraj who is an established actor has performed the role of Rama Raju with ease and he delivered a brilliant performance in the movie. Adith Arun will sure make his comeback after this movie and he has delivered a stunning performance in the movie. Dimple has been impressive with her performance in the movie. All the other actors have done their best in the film.
The story of the movie has nothing new to offer and the screenplay of the movie has been the major drawback of the film. The cinematography has been stunning and the music has been the major asset for the film. The production values have been rich enough and the director failed to deliver out an expected out from the movie.
Tungabhadra is a complete misfire of a thin script because of the bad second half and predictable screenplay. Except the lead performances, the movie has nothing much to offer and it can be completely neglected.