Shaadi Mubarak Review & Rating (2.5/5)
Telugu TV actor RK Sagar’s romantic entertainer, Shaadi Mubarak has caught the audience attention with his decent trailer. Top producer Dil Raju’s Sri Venkateshwara Creations has acquired the rights and is releasing the film worldwide. Let’s see how it goes.
The film’s story revolves around the wedding of Sunnipenta Madhav an NRI (RK Sagar) who comes to Hyderabad in search of a suitable bride. What kind of peculiar incidents will Sagar face in the entire process? How a beautiful girl named Thupakula Bhanumati (Drishya Raghunat) comes into his life? What kind of funny and family drama incidents happen in their life? Forms the rest of the tale.
Being in the acting industry for more than a decade, actor RK Sagar tried to impress with his screen presence and gave a decent performance throughout the film. Young girl Drishya Raghunat is beautiful and has attractive facial features and did her part decently.
A few combination scenes between RK Sagar and Drishya in the second half of the film are enjoyable.
In the first half of the film, some fun scenes are executed neatly and evoke decent laughs in the theatre.
The main drawback of the film is that it lacks a soul and the core point is very simple and water-thin.
As the main plotline of the film revolves around the marriage of RK Sagar’s character, the audience attention goes on his looks and feel that he is a bit aged in many scenes.
Though a few scenes between the lead pair have come out well, the age difference between Sagar and Drishya is clearly visible on the screen and significantly have an impact on their chemistry.
Director Padmasri’s idea of making a film on the wedding concept is okay but the film has a weak story added with a plain and straight version screenplay, by the end of the movie the audience feel it like a boring watch.
Music-wise, Sunil Kashyap did an okay job as a few songs in the film are good to listen but he struggles when it comes to the background work and it has a minimal impact on the proceedings.
The cinematography work by Srikanth Naroj is decent but definitely could have been even better. The editing work for the film is weak as it fails to pack the film in a proper manner.
Production values for this low budget film are just about okay.
In an overview, Shaadi Mubarak is a dull wedding drama. Though a few fun scenes in the first half and a couple of scenes between the lead pair in the latter half impress, due to lack of proper story and screenplay, the narration falls flat.