Mathu Vadalara Movie Review

Mathu Vadalara Movie Review
Mathu Vadalara Movie Review

Movie Review: Mathu Vadalara
Director: Ritesh Rana
Producer: Chiranjeevi and Hemalatha
Banner: Mythri Movie Makers and Clap Entertainment
Music: Kaala Bhairava
Starring: Sri Simha, Vennela Kishore, Naresh Agastya, Athulya Chandra, Satya, Brahmaji
Release Date: 25th December 2019
Rating: 3/5

Mathu Vadalara  Movie review: Sri Simha, Naresh Agastya, Athulya Chandra, Vennela Kishore, Satya and Brahmaji starrer concept based thriller drama Mathu Vadalara has hit the theaters today on 25th December. Let’s see the story of the film Mathu Vadalara.

Story: Babu is a delivery boy who lives with his friends.  He is not happy with his salary and life, so he decides to quit, but then his friend gives him an idea. The idea, however, soon spirals out of control and  Babu falls in trouble .Will Babu survive the circumstances of his own actions?

 Plus Points:

  • Sri Simha’ Performance
  • Sathya’ Comedy
  • Narration
  • Screenplay

Minus Points:

  • Few scenes in Second half
  • Climax

Performance: Keervani’ son Sri Simha does a decent job in  this film which marks his debut in Tollywood. His character has two shades, a frustrated young man, and a confused, tensed man. Athulya Chandra looks cute on the screen. Comedian Satya’ comedy is good.  Vennela Kishore, Brahmaji, Pawala Shyamala and others perform accordingly.

Technical: Camera work is top notch. Production values of Mathu Vadalara are good.  The background music by Kaala Bhairava  is terrific.  Production design is commendable. Editing is ok but it could be better by chopping few dragged scenes. The director  has used an interesting screenplay coupled with right actors to narrate the story in an engaging manner. Coming on the work of Ritesh Rana, he tries  to weave suspense with a different narration and become successful to impress the movie lovers. The background score, picturisation, and comedy are the major attractions .

Analysis: Mathu Vadalara is an edge-of-seat neo-noir film. Superbly written, directed in a very entertaining and engaging way.