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Moive review : Andari Banduvaya


Film : Andari Banduvaya
Cast: Sharwanand, Padma Priya, Naresh etc
Story, Dialogues: Balabhadrapatruni Ramani.
Lyrics: Chaitanya Prasad.
Music: Anoop Rubens.
Cinematography: Jayakrishna Gummadi.
Director: Chandra Siddarth.
Release Date: May 14, 2010
Rating : 3.5/5



Sharwanand is the son of Naresh a do gooder. Unlike some other Telugu films in which the hero gets all the credit for helping others, in this Sharwanand helps other many a time without letting the benefactor know it.

He comes to the city from his village and happens to get a room in the house of the heroine Padmapriya. But Padmapriya is quite opposite to him. She does not believe in helping others.

A situation comes where he and Padmapriya have to go to the village and the rest of the story is on how Padmapriya changes for the better.


First of all Sharwanand must be praised for showing maturity acting wise. One must agree that he is the best actor among the younger generations in emotional films.

Padmapriya is also quite natural. In fact before this film she played many off the beat roles in Malayalam and this must have helped her.

Other actors including Naresh, Krishna Bhagavan etc are as usual very good.

The film bears some similarities to Rajendra Prasad's 'Aa Naluguru' movie. But AB film has the right mixture for emotions and comedy.

Music, and other technical departments are good. Editing is average.

Another aspect which needs special mention is the dialogues department. Some dialogues are the best.


1) Sharwanand's performance
2) Performance of Padmapriya and Naresh
3) Dialogues
4) Comedy


1) Editing

The film is a must see for the Telugu audience.

Published Date: 2010-05-14 11:34:30 GMT

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