Cast:Ram, Rakul Preet Singh, Sonal Chauhan
Release Dt :May, 29 2015
Karthik (Ram) is an NRI who lives with his family in Portugal, where he established his own business. He is very much concerned about his business. One fine day, he decides to get married and starts searching for a right girl.
That was the time, Karthik comes across Anushka (Sonal Chauhan). Anushka is a business minded girl and Karthik estimates that, there might be more similarities between the both and thinks that she would be his right girl and gets engaged.
Later Karthik moves to India for a reason and then meets Divya (Rakul Preeth Singh). The relation between Karthik and Divya, the problems he faced to convince Divya for a particular reason forms the rest of the story. The reason behind his convincing would be more interesting if watched on screen.
The thorough entertainment can be found in the first half itself. Many scenes appear to be very fresh. The action episodes are considered as the strength of the film and the songs are found colorful. There is no such complaint to point out in the first half.
It is the second half, which disappoints. The impression on the film, which we have after watching the first half, would be differed after the second half. Most of the entertainment scenes have been outdated. Every scene seems predictable and reminds about many hit films in the past. The climax spoils the plot of the film. On the whole, second half is the drawback of the film.
As usual Ram kept up his tag called ‘energetic star’ with a high voltage performance throughout the film. There is not even a single scene where his energy was dropped. ‘Rakul Preeth Singh’ is a major plus to the film after Ram. She could attract the ‘C’ centre audience with her glamor.
Sai Kumar and Sampath Raj have done their job perfectly. Brahmanandam’s comedy has been entertaining, but it can be said that director failed to use him properly. Rest other characters are found satisfactory.
More than the story, it is the screenplay and dialogues that spoiled the film. The Cinematography might be the only department on technical side who gave a quality work to the film. The production values are rich. But the director who gave a super hit flick like Balupu with Raviteja, failed to bring out that range of entertainment for this film.
Pandaga Chesko thoroughly entertains in the first half, but deeply disappoints in the second half, as most of the scenes resemble the past super hit flicks. It can be considered as a one time watchable, at least for the hilarious first half.