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Shailaja Reddy Alludu Review: A formulaic film for the masses

Unlike Maruthi’s previous outings, Shailaja Reddy Alludu is like a throwback to those family dramas of the 80s that will appeal to fans of stories centring on the ‘Alludu-Atha’ conflict

14 Sep 2018

Premaku Raincheck Review: A romcom for and about millenials

If you’re willing to look past the inexperience of the film’s cast, you may find that the heart of this film is in the right place

10 Sep 2018

C/o Kancharapalem Review: As real as it gets

At 150-odd minutes, the film seems a tad too long; had the narrative and sequences moved at a faster pace, it might have been an engrossing watch

07 Sep 2018

Paper Boy Review: A simple love story gone wrong

Aside from a few sweet moments, the film is overly old-fashioned and melodramatic, and largely fails to engage

31 Aug 2018

@Narthanasala Review: An inconsistent, farcical comedy

This forgettable affair is filled with stereotyped characters that reinforce a lot of cliches and tests our patience despite the two-hour runtime

31 Aug 2018

Neevevaro Review: An underwhelming remake

Despite strong performances from the leads, the film is let down by its predictable plot and slow pace

24 Aug 2018

Geetha Govindam Review: A breezy entertainer with its heart in the right place

The lead pair's spectacular chemistry and performances makes this film a good watch

15 Aug 2018

Srinivasa Kalyanam Review: A cliche-ridden film that lacks soul

The film doesn’t work because it relies too heavily on lectures, cliches and stereotypes

10 Aug 2018

Goodachari Review: A taut and riveting thriller

Sashi Kiran makes an impressive debut with this engaging spy thriller, whose biggest strength is Adivi Sesh's committed performance

03 Aug 2018

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