Aadi Sai Kumar is one hero in Tollywood who is coming out relentlessly testing his luck at the box office every fortnight or one month. His film Crazy Fellow is releasing today October 14 and let us see what Aadi offered as Crazy Fellow.
Crazy Fellow story is all about a youngster using a dating app and trying to find a suitable girl. Abhiram (Aadi Sai Kumar) is known for his crazy behavior. He decides to use a dating app as he feels that no girl would like him for his crazy acts. He comes into touch with a girl named Bala Tripura Sundari and both fall in love and when they decided to meet, they get unexpected shocks. To unravel the mystery of those shocks and connection to it to Madhu (Digangana Suryavanshi), Chinni Krishna (Mrinaa Menon), and what role his brother (Srikanth Iyengar), sister-in-law (Vinodhinii Vaidhyanathan), boss Kishore (Saptagiri) and office assistant Ramesh (Narra Srinivas) played, watch Crazy Fellow on screen.
Crazy Fellow Story readied by Phani Krishna Sariki is a youngster who gets into trouble with his crazy acts. Phani Krishna Sariki tried to entertain movie lovers by showing Aadi Sai Kumar in a hilarious role characterizing it with crazy acts. While initially, it may interest movie lovers to some extent, but as the film progresses they become routine. There is nothing much in the story and it is inspired by many earlier hit films and Phani Krishna planned to generate fun through scenes. The first half ends with a little interesting twist setting the stage for the second half. The second half is all about mistaken identity and the problems arising out of it.
Aadi Sai Kumar tried something different and entertained in the lead role with his crazy acts. He looked smart and handsome and performed with ease. He emoted well in the emotional scenes, excelled in romantic sequences, and surprised all with his comic timing. His comic touch is a treat to watch on the screen. He elevated the scenes with his hilarious antics and he is well supported by Narra Srinivas, Saptagiri, Vinodini Vaidyanathan, and others. Romantic scenes on Aadi and the female leads Digangana Suryavanshi and Mrinaa Menon came out well. Aadi's dance movements in the songs came out quite well and they entertained viewers.
Digangana Suryavanshi performed well and showed good emotions and expressions. She looked good on the screen. Mrinaa Menon on debut appeared only ahead of the interval and he got a good screen presence. She looked good in some scenes. Srikanth Iyengar played his role effectively while Saptagiri did his job well. Vinodhini Vaidyanathan with her dialogues created a laughing riot. Narra Srinivas' scenes with Aadi Sai Kumar came out quite well. Their scenes entertained movie lovers to the core. Others played their part accordingly.
Dhruvan's music is foot tapping and he tuned a couple of melodious songs. All the songs are well shot but at times the songs slowed the tempo of the film. His background music is good. Satish Muthyala's cinematography helped in beautifying the film. Editing of Satya Giduturi left many drags. He should have worked on trimming the film. Dialogues are hilarious, and spontaneous though routine at times. Production values are good.
Altogether, Aadi Sai Kumar is leaving no stone unturned to reach the next level of stardom. He teamed with Phanikrishna Sariki for Crazy Fellow. He tried to entertain with his crazy acts generating fun. While to some extent Aadi Sai Kumar and Phanikrishna succeeded, with a wafer-thin story and uneven screenplay and direction, their effort went for a toss. Everyone passed through the motions and with a racy screenplay and a few novel twists and turns, Crazy Fellow could have reached a new high. Crazy Fellow can be enjoyed on OTT for a few comedy scenes. Altogether Crazy Fellow turned out to be a routine and monotonous flick. Considering all these aspects, Cinejosh goes with a 2.5 rating for Crazy Fellow.