Gully Rowdy Movie Review
The plot of Gully Rowdy was strongly influenced by Vijay Sethupathi's hugely successful movie Naanum Rowdy Dhaan. Gully Boy is essentially an unrestricted remake of the Vijay Sethupathi-starring film. Though the reason for the directors' decision to avoid calling the movie a remake is now unknown.
Gully Rowdy, a movie rated 2.25 out of 5 whose banner was made by Kona Film Corporation and MVV Cinema. The cast includes Posani Krishna Murali, Neha Hariraj Shetty, Viva Harsha, Vennela Kishore, Bobby Simha, and Sundeep Kishan. , Also other Bhanu Bhogavarapu and Nandu. Camera work was handled by Sujatha Siddharth.
Sai Karthik and Ram Miriyala has produced the music.The movie was Edited by Chota K Prasad, and Produced by CV and MVV Satyanarayana. Written by and directed by G Nageswara Reddy. Some nice chuckles were promised in the trailer.
Vasu (Sundeep Kishan) hails from a violent male household. He had a boisterous father. Vasu should also be considered a raucous person, according to his grandpa Nagineedu.
As Bhairagi, the feared don of Vizag seizes the property belonging to Head Constable Pattapagalu Venkat Rao, his daughter Neha Shetty turns to Vasu for assistance. He unwillingly agrees to their plot to abduct Bhairagi since he is in love with her.
Vasu has the ideal solution for this. But when an unidentified attacker kills Bhairagi, their plot is destroyed. Bobby Simha's character, Police Officer Naik, starts the inquiry.
Performances by the Artists:
While Ram Miriyala's song is appealing, the other tracks are serviceable. The photography is decent. Kona's writing style is evident in the conversation and text.
The commercial cinema model in Tollywood is proven and true; it often provides actors and directors with a secure environment to present their tales. Additionally, you can be sure Kona Venkat will fill the movie with so many characters that you will need more time to consider whether he wrote the script. But does that justify seeing Gully Rowdy?
Vasu is the eponymous 'gully rowdy' from Vizag, whose grandpa wishes he would one day become well-known in the criminal underworld. He agrees to a test where he is expected to assist Venkata Rao (Rajendra Prasad) with some land to "qualify" as a "professional rowdy." Vasu not only falls in love with Sahitya, Venkata Rao's daughter (Neha Shetty), while resolving the property dispute, but the motley gang also becomes engaged in murder. CI Vasu tries to elude the authorities while Raghu Naik (Bobby Simha) takes on the case.
Those who don't have high expectations for the jokes could find some amusement in the comedy tracks starring various characters. Vasu and Sahitya's antiquated love story resurfaces throughout the movie at the wrong moments, which do little to strengthen the weak premise. Few battle moments are well-composed, and Sundeep Kishan deserves praise for executing them.
When Raghu Naik arrives on the scene, one would expect things to liven up, but instead, the scenes continue to seem old and repetitive. There isn't much here until Changure Item Songree, a usual special number, provides some respite from the countless hype shots and comedic tunes. No rhyme or reason is used when characters arrive or leave the frame, and nothing truly shocks you, despite how often the "twist" is changed. Once Raghu shows up there, even Vasu eventually fades into the background as another character..
Sundeep Kishan seemed fit, and his actions had improved. He is in a screenplay that is out of date. He gets praise for effortlessly completing the action routines. Neha Shetty is just there to woo the hero; she isn't allowed to act. Bobby Simha gives a strong performance and effortlessly carries off the part of the tough officer. Actors like Nagineedu, Posani Murali Krishna, and Rajendra Prasad have no trouble.
While nobody anticipated Gully Rowdy to break the mold in 2021, at least one hope for a new language and characters, this movie is watchable.