Shaadi Mubarak Movie Review

Shaadi Mubarak Movie Review
Shaadi Mubarak Movie Review

Movie Review:  Shaadi Mubarak
Director: Padmasri
Producers:  Dil Raju, Sirish – Laxman
Music director:  Sunil Kashyap
Starring:  RK Sagar, Drishya Raghunath
Release Date: 5th March 2021
Rating: 2.25/5

Shaadi Mubarak Movie Review : RK Sagar and Drishya Raghunath starrer Shaadi Mubarak, helmed by Padmasri has hit the theaters and let’s see its storyline.

Story:  NRI Sunnipenta Madhav (RK Naidu) comes to Hyderabad and gets in touch with a marriage bureau.  The marriage bureau owner agrees to find out a partner for him. But things take interesting turns after bureau owner sends her daughter Satya Bhama (Drishya) along with Sunnipenta Madhav for bridal glances. What happens next, form rest of the story of Shaadi Mubarak.

 Plus Points:

  • Few comedy scenes
  • Performance
  • Visuals
  • Music

 Minus Points:

  • Routine story
  • Second half
  • Screenplay
  • Narration

 Performance: The performance of the lead pair is highlighted. RK Naidu  is superb as Sunnipenta Madhav and is an actor to watch out for in the future. The way Naidu has portrayed his character speaks volumes of his talent. Drishya Raghunath is a one of the popular face in  Malayalam cinema and she is making her debut in Telugu film industry with this romantic and comedy movie Shaadi Mubarak. She looks good in emotional sequences. Comedians Rahul Ramakrishna and Bhadram generate laughter. Hema, Jhansi and others are ok.

Technical: Camera work of Shaadi Mubarak is top notch and  background score by Sunil Kashyap are good.  Coming on the work of  Padmasri, there are too many ups and downs in the screenplay that it fails to sustain the interest levels. There is a lot of trimming to be done in this film. The story of the film is simple and routine, there is no freshness in the storyline. Though the first half of Shaadi Mubarak is ok but the second half fails to entertain the movie lovers.

Analysis: Shaadi Mubarak  is a romantic comedy entertainer that can entertain both youngsters and elders.