“Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu” review

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 Andhra Pradesh faces turmoil as elections roll around the corner, various political leaders fight against each other and vie for the CM seat.

RGV and Karun Venkat take their story and Siddhartha takes his direction. And yet all the actors, who do a stupendous job of aping whoever they’re playing, take their roles way too seriously. The loud BGM by Ravi Shankar that tries too hard to establish scenes don’t help matters either.

Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu Review: Ram Gopal Varma’s Amma Rajyamlo Kadapa Biddalu, previously titled Kamma Rajyamlo Kadapa Reddlu, aims to be some sort of social commentary on how the politicians of Andhra Pradesh have turned the state into nothing less than a warzone. The film is directed by Siddhartha Thatholu, but if you’ve seen any of RGV’s previous films, you will know where all this is heading and will definitely also know that it’s heading nowhere. RGV and Karun Venkat take their story and Siddhartha takes his direction. And yet all the actors, who do a stupendous job of aping whoever they’re playing, take their roles way too seriously. The loud BGM by Ravi Shankar that tries too hard to establish scenes don’t help matters either.

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There’s also assembly speaker (Ali) who asks everyone to ‘kept quiet’ and snores at random moments, because overseeing the drama is too tiring. And a driver in one of the politician’s security detail (Brahmanandam) who seems to have nefarious motives. Thrown into the mix are also rowdies and factionists from Vijayawada and Khammam, apart from a cameo by Mahesh Kathi and self-aware jokes about RGV’s tweets.

This is how every thing revolves on the screen and whole theme goes on the plot as says above.rowdies and factionists from Vijayawada and Khammam, apart from a cameo by Mahesh Kathi and self-aware jokes about RGV’s tweets.

 

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