Kittu Unnadu Jagratha Movie Review

Kittu Unnadu Jagratha Movie Review:

Kittu Unnadu Jagratha Movie Cast : Raj Tarun, Anu Emmanuel, Snigda, Arbaaz Khankittu unnadu jagratha

DIRECTION : Vamsi Krishna

PRODUCER: Ramabrahmam Sunkara

TYPE : Comedy

DURATION : 2 hours 17 minutes

Kittu Unnadu Jagrtaha Movie Story:

The story is about Kittu, who kidnaps pet dogs to pay off his loan. Once, his paths cross with that of a gift and his life takes a new turn.

Kittu Unnadu Jagratha Movie Review:

Playing the role of a street thief comes naturally to Raj Tarun and he has undoubtedly proved it in many films of his career. As his latest film Kittu unnadu jagratha hits the screens, it is obvious that he does not intend, at least for now, to try something new or to get out of his comfort zone.

A comedy movie with a rather original title, Kittu Unnadu Jagratha is about a young boy named Kittu, who steals pet dogs from well-off people so he can repay a loan. Once he removed the puppy from Janaki (Anu Emmanuel) and he did not know that a gift, played by Arbaaz Khan, had his own plans surrounding the girl and the dog. What follows is a comedy of errors and forms the rest of the story.

The film offers some moments of quality comedy, all thanks to the character of Snigdha, who plays the role of the friend of Janaki. For example, a scene in which she tries to foil Kittu’s plans, which constantly tries to impress Janaki and win her heart. His comedic timing and his spiritual remixes offer the film some of his best sequences. The great intro scene of the character of Arbaaz, involving heavy dialogues, blood and blood, also leaves a trace in the mind of the public. However, something good about the film ends there.

For starters, he yawns the viewers when they realize that once again, the hero of the film is ready to give a predictable spectacle. Whether it is during the pursuit of his love of the lady, how he saves her when he was kidnapped, his street elegance that we have seen in all previous movies … there is nothing new that Raj Tarun has to offer to KUJ. Meanwhile, his main wife Anu Emmanuel brings his share of mediocre performance. The soul acting by the artist makes the romantic sequences seem false and tasteless. The pre-interval twist in the plot woke the sleep public and kept them engaged for the first 20 minutes after the interval. Post that, the plot still fell flat with predictable jokes and storyline. The second half comes to life when Hamsa Nandini sizzles the screen with her ‘Naa Peru Singapore Sirimalli,’ but the impact does not last long.

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