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Review : Jabardasth

Mirchi Rating : 2.25/5

Some say a story is important for the film and some debate that the narration is vital. Songs, mass masala, thrilling fights et al. These things are always there but what one tends to forget is that the originality of a story is imperative to succeed at the box office. Every scene should vouch for the fact that the director has conceived from his or her own heart. That is what everyone had to say about Nandini Reddy when she made her first film, that despite being a first timer she did a good job with it. Though Ala Modalaindi wasn’t a fresh story, every scene looked fresh, no wonder it clicked with both the class and mass audiences. The same result was expected by all for her second film too, but did she live upto the people’s expectations, did she deliver the goods and establish her brand? Most directors fail in their second attempt, did Nandini get past it?The film opens with Byrraju (Siddarth) in a burkha fleeing to Hyderabad. Sayaji Shinde, a Bihari Seth is multi tasking, he is consoling his obese sister as the groom had run away and also he is instructing his gang to get ready to nab him. The story apparently is that Byrraju had taken a huge sum of money from Shinde and since he is unable to pay it back, he is forced into a betrothal with his sister. Terrified he escapes to Hyderabad. Back in Hyderabad he bumps into Shreya (Samantha) who is out to get a wedding planner job, he steals it from under her nose but is forced to share the job with her. In the process of growing in the wedding business, Shreya loses her heart to him but Byrraju doesn’t nurture the same feelings for her, what more he speaks poorly of her and Shreya overhears it. That heralds the end of her partnership with Byrraju. Saraswati (Nitya Menen), enters the scene but what happened after that? Did the misunderstandings get cleared, did Shinde get hold of Byrraju? Who are the rest of the characters connected to Saraswati?Copy rights in Telugu cinema means having the right to copy any film without permission.According to these film makers copying is not a crime, Jabardasth falls in that category of films which have been mercilessly lifted from original stories, here it is Band Baaja Baraat. She did add some own pearls to that copied matter but just see a sample, “Shut your mouth and eat…to which the reply is ‘how can I shut my mouth and eat?” Isn’t that juvenile? The first few scenes begin on a jolly note but as it progresses it become pale, looks routine and boredom sets in. There were scores of comedians but not one of them could even make the audience stretch their jaws.

In the first half half all you get to see is weddings, baby shower ceremonies etc, the second half doesn’t move even after Nitya Menen’s entry. Dawood Bhai is Srihari and he is an unwanted and a useless character in the film. Nandini must have sought the call sheets of Srihari and Vennela Kishore before itself so she did not know what to do with them and joined their scenes to the story. Anyone who is acquainted with Telugu cinema can guess the climax.

Siddarth is full of energy, if he didn’t show that, Byrraju’s character would have flopped. Towards the end there is bit of Bommarillu effect. Samantha did a lot of extra acting, she has a smiling face; maybe it could be a Siddarth effect, she keeps smiling for every reason and even when not required. We forget Samantha after the entry of Nitya Menen. Nitya is cute, there is a lot of beat in Taman’s music, better not to mention Srihari in this film at all. Cinematography is pleasant but Jabardasth fails on one count..lack of originality. Siddarth says “Champeddham” let’s go for a killing literary translation but that sounds really strange, awkward and not so funny on screen. There is a risk of kids getting scared with that constant use of terminology. There is one super dialogue in one scene that goes “the heart says one thing, the mind says another”, in this movie’s case listen to the mind. Avoid it!

Mirchi Rating : 2.25/5                                     - Swathi

 

 ***The ratings and analysis of the above reviews do not reflect the opinion of the audiences. It is merely the reviewer’s perception and has no connection with the box office collections whatsoever.

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