Critic's Rating: 3/5
Monday 27 July 2015
Sai Kishore Macha
Allari Naresh, Sakshi Chaudhary
His career was going nowhere. In order to gain foot Allari Naresh has now offered James Bond made on A K Entertainments Banner. Unlike his recent movies, this one has focused on comedy. Inspired by Korean drama, My Wife Is Gangster, new director Sai Kishore presented the film with some genuinely funny episodes but fails to maintain the fun quotient till the end.
Bullet (Sakshi Chowdhary) is a mafia don in Dubai. She comes to know that her mother is suffering from cancer. Bullet lands in Hyderabad for her mother and acts like she is a traditional Telugu girl. Mother wants her to get married. For this Bullet asks her henchmen to find a guy who would pose as her husband.
Nani (Naresh) is a meek software engineer, who falls in love with Bullet when he sees her photo in a marriage bureau. The owner of the bureau lies about Bullet’s identity and they are married. Bullet tries hard to hide what she is, but one day Nani comes to know the truth. What happens next forms the crux of the film.
Naresh is good in this film but his character is underdeveloped. The show stealer here is Sakshi Chowdhary. She delivers good show and her toned body complements her mannerisms. Be it action or romancing, Sakshi has done a good job.
We see Prudhvi and Raghubabu giving us some really good comedy. The duo has given ample light moments and literally is a blessing for this film. Technically the film is okay. There is nothing much to rave about. The film does have its moments. Some comedy is good. But the story falters big time. The first half promises a lot, but as the film progresses the film lets us down big time. The wafer thin story line is stretched.
Over all, James Bond is a time pass movie if you are not expecting much from the film except few laughs.
Verdict: A comedy entertainer with scattered laughs
Time pass comedy entertainer
Average comedy entertainer
Decent rural family entertainer
Soubin Shahir and Mamta Mohandas shine in this conventional film