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Cast & Crew
Directed by G. Ashok
Produced by K. Venugopal
Starring Aadi, Nisha Aggarwal, Ghattamaneni Krishna, Sharada, Chandra Mohan
Music by Anoop Rubens
Cinematography Sai Sreeram
Edited by Praveen Pudi
Production company Sri Soudhamini Creations
A selfish NRI who does not care about his relatives back in India, suddenly decides to come and seek their blessings once property comes into the equation.
Sukumar (Aadi) is a selfish and extremely money minded young fellow who is very successful in life. He however needs some urgent cash to kickstart his dream project. At precisely this point, he comes to know that an inheritance worth 150Crores is waiting for him in his village.
He decides to travel to the village and meet his grandmother Vandanamma (Sharada), a slightly cranky old lady who is revered by the villagers. Sukumar tries to emotionally blackmail her for the property.
But his plans keep getting thwarted by history, his uncle Rao Ramesh and others. A romantic track with Sankari (Nisha Aggarwal) also comes in during this time.
Will Sukumar succeed in his plans or will his evil schemes be detected by the villagers? That forms the story.
Pilla Jamindar fame Ashok has teamed up with ‘Lovely’ Aadi for ‘Sukumarudu’ movie. Lot of expectation were mounted on the film due to the director’s previous movie and a good album composed by Anoop Rubens.
The film is basically a fun film. There’s something unique about most of the characters that are etched very well by the director. Aadi’s got it in him to entertain you, so long as you do not increase your expectations from him – to do what the big heroes do. But yes, he’s good in his dancing shoes but one would say that is mainly because of the music provided by Anup Reubens. Nisha Agarwal had a neat role and performed well and in whatever screen space that Bhavna Ruparel got, she made good use of to show her talent. The movie is a bit lengthy, and the fight scenes could have been pruned. On the whole, a summer entertainer.