Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Review

Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Review
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Director: Kishore Tirumala
Producer: Sudhakar Cherukuri
Release Date: Fri 04th Mar 2022
Actors: Sharwanand
Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Rating: 2.25 / 5
Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Punchline: Age old melodrama.

What's Behind

Sharwanand's Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu directed by Kishore Tirumala created a lot of hype ahead of its release and the feel-good family and romantic flavor in it, increased interest among movie lovers. The film hit the screens today on March 4, 2022, and let us see how it appealed to the viewers.

Story Review

Chiru aka Chiranjeevi (Sharwanand) is raised by his mother Lakshmamma (Radhika Sarath Kumar) along with Padmamma (Urvasi), Gouramma (Kalyani Natarasan), Saradamma (Rajasri Nair), and Krishnamma (Satya Krishnan). Chiru leaves the choice of selecting a bride for marriage to them but due to their preferences, he fails to get one suitable for them. In the meantime, all the prospective brides consider Chiru as a good omen for them to get married.

On one fine day, he gets attracted to a beautiful girl Aadhya (Rashmika Mandanna) and even his family members start liking her and encourage him to proceed ahead. But when Chiru proposes to Aadhya, he gets a huge shock. To find out more about it and what is its connection with Aadhya's mother Vakula (Khushbu), enjoy Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu on the silver screen.

Artists, Technicians Review

Director Kishore Tirumala is known for his feel-good romantic and family entertainers. His film Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu interested viewers. Kishore Tirumala tried to elevate Sharwanand in the presence of various female relations and though the idea looked novel, he failed to come up with the novel storyline. The story and the script turned out to be routine right from the word go. Director tried to make an impact highlighting the emotions between mother and son, mother and daughter, and lovers but in doing so, he went overboard and routineness crept in. Screenplay and direction fell apart and the 80-the 90s like feel and flavor tested the patience of the viewers.

The first half moves in a predictable manner in a slow and steady way and ends with a little interesting interval bang. The second half travels in the same way and with a lack of emotional connection, though there are many, it went for a toss. None of the characters are highlighted in a powerful manner and too much drama resembling TV serial type undid all the best plans.

Sharwanand played the role tailor-made for him. He played such roles earlier. He showed the right kind of expressions and emotions and his body language is decent. However, with Sharwanand not changing his style, acting, looks, viewers are getting bored of watching him in a typical and monotonous manner. Rashmika Mandanna looked beautiful and ravishing on screen. However, the voice dubbing did not suit her and looked odd and out of sync.

Radhika, Urvasi, and Khusboo played their roles quite well. Their experience is seen on screen and they elevated the scenes, especially during the climax. However, for all the hard work few of the scenes looked forced. Vennela Kishore and to some extent Satya tried to attract with their comedy. Brahmanandam appeared in a cameo and it entertained viewers. Ravi Shankar also appeared for a few minutes and made his presence felt.  Others performed their roles accordingly.

Devi Sri Prasad's music is good. The songs are well shot in an appealing manner. Oh My Aadhya and Enni Enni maataladukunna are good. Others slowed the pace of the film. His background music has routine shades but is in sync with the storyline. The cinematography of Sujith Sarang beautified the film. The visuals are appealing and he captured the scenes in a beautiful manner. Sreekar Prasad's editing could have been far better. There are many drags and repetitive scenes which slowed the tempo. Dialogues are routine but at times evoked laughter. Production values are good.


Sharwanand, Rashmika


Couple of songs

Few scenes


Routine narration

Predictable plot

The 80s like emotions

Slow pace

Rating Analysis

Sharwanand's Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu with Kishore Tirumala fails to excite viewers. Lack of emotional connection, routine and weak story, screenplay and direction ended up irritating viewers. Considering all these aspects, CJ goes with a 2.25 rating for Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu.


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