Crazy Fellow Movie Review: Adi Saikumar has been acting in back-to-back movies despite his failures; curiously, he performed in nearly nine movies in a single year, and it is still unclear how he is receiving back-to-back offers. Crazy Fellow was released today, October 14, 2022, so without further ado, let’s get into the detailed review to determine whether the movie is worth seeing or not. The trailer, however, was unsuccessful in generating buzz; however, the pre-release event, which Sharwanand attended, saw the film generate positive buzz.
Crazy Fellow tells the tale of a young man named Nani (Adi Saikumar) In addition to falling in love with a woman named Bala Tripura Sundari, Nani has the flaw of not listening to anything completely. However, Nani’s problems begin when he unintentionally falls in love with another woman. The rest of the plot is determined by how he resolves the issue.
Cast & Crew
Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Saptagiri, Narra Srinivas, Anish Kuruvilla, Ravi Prakash, Pawan, Priya Hegde, and Deepthi Naidu are among the cast members of the movie directed by Phani Krishna Siriki. Satish Muthyala handled the cinematography, R R Dhruvan handled the music, Satya Giduturi handled
|Movie Name||Crazy Fellow|
|Director||Phani Krishna Siriki|
|Music Director||R R Dhruvan|
|Producer||K K Radhamohan|
|Cast||Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Saptagiri, Narra Srinivas, Anish Kuruvilla, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Ravi Prakash, Pawan, Priya Hegde, Deepthi Naidu|
Adi Saikumar produced nine films back-to-back in a single year, but unhappily none of them were successful. Surprisingly, with the flop Crazy Fellow, he once again showed that he hasn’t changed.
There isn’t anything to discuss in the picture, and the forced humor might have been improved so that there was at least some potential for engagement. Instead, the entire time, all we see is an old plot, forced humor, and shoddy acting. The movie tries to the patience of the viewers.
You can’t expect more from Adi Saikumar in his role as Nani, thus it would be best if he moved on to something new. I’m still curious about how well his movies are doing financially. As there is no room for performance, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, and Saptagiri all perform just okay. The rest of the cast also does just okay.
Phani Krishna Siriki claimed in an interview that the movie will amuse audiences from all demographic groups, but after audiences from all demographic groups failed to engage with the movie, he was an abject failure as a writer and director.
Technically, Crazy Fellow appears below average because Sathish Muthyala’s cinematography is not particularly impressive, RR Dhruvan’s songs failed to make an impression, and his background score was also below par. However, the other technical departments performed admirably in accordance with the demands of the plot.
Overall, Crazy Fellow is a dated tale; if you can sit through two hours without getting up, go for it.