Chikati Gadilo Chithakotudu Movie Review

Release date : March 21, 2019
Starring :
Mottai Rajendran, Posani Krishna Murali, Adith Arun, Raghu Babu, Madhu Mitha
Director : Santhosh P. JayaKrishna
Music Director : Bala Murali
Rating : 2/5

Chikatigadilo Chilakottudu has been promoted as the first adult comedy in Tollywood. The film featuring Adith and Hemanth has hit the screens today. Let’s see whether it lives up to all the hype or not.

Story :

Chandu(Adith) decided to get married and meets a girl(Nikki Tamboli) of his parents choice. He gets a rude shock as the girl’s parents ask him to take her daughter for a small trip to Bangkok so that the couple gets to know each other. Chandu decides to take his friend Shiva(Mirchi Hemanth) and his girlfriend along to enjoy the trip. The two couples reach Pattaya and start enjoying their holiday. But the place they are staying is haunted and is possessed by an evil spirit. The twist in the tale here is that the ghost’s only condition is to have a physical relationship with one of the boys. Rest of the story is as to how both Chandu and Shiva escape this tricky situation and come back to India.

Performance:

Adith Arun did a neat job and there are no big complaints with his work. Mirchi Hemanth scores with dialogue modulation. His one-liners and counters worked well at times. Then female leads are used only as glam dolls from start till end. Motta Rajendran brings laughs at places uttering Jai Balayya slogans. Raghu Babu and Thagubothu Ramesh are wasted where in Posani Krishna Murali and others are just ok.

Plus Points:

Few Comedy Bits
Heroines Glamour

Minus Points :

Horror Elements
Second Half
Songs
Gay Comedy
Vulgarity

Technical Aspects:

Production values of the film are decent as the film looks rich in many areas. The camerawork is also decent but the songs act like big speed breakers in the film. As said earlier, certain dialogues are outright vulgar and sound cheesy. Editing is decent but the screenplay was very disappointing.

Coming to the director Santosh, his idea of making a sex comedy is good but his execution is below par. He starts the film on a disappointing note but packs good humor in the second half. His only drawback is that he has made this film keeping the adult comedy in mind. A bit of emotion and some seriousness in the proceedings would have made this film a lot better.

Verdict:

Chikati Gadilo Chithakkottudu is a mediocre attempt. If you are looking for uncompromised adult comedy, this one may satisfy you else you will be harassed. But, this is strictly for adults.


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