Duvvada Jagannadham Movie Review
DJ – A Regular Drama
Cinemor Rating: 60%
Allu Arjun, he aces the role of a Brahmin cook. His dialogue delivery, comedy timing, and mannerisms are quite impressive.
Pooja Hegde, she adds a good dosage of glamor quotient to each and every frame she is in.
Production values, which are top notch.
DSP’s thumping BGM.
Rao Ramesh, he shines in his role which is the reprise version of his father’s (Rao Gopal Rao) role in Aa okkati adakku movie and delivers a solid performance.
Public Rating: 30%
— CINEMOR (@CinemorOfficial) June 23, 2017
> Harish Shankar, the way he has written the plot is highly inconsistent. First half witnesses most of the story and nothing more left to showcase during the second half which is a tedious one to watch. Only thing that is best in the entire second half is ‘climax’, which is quite unexpected. Every joke is stretched until it stops being funny.
> Length of the film, editing could have been much better as most part of the second half is pointless and runs at a snail pace.
FINAL SAY –
Allu Arjun’s Duvvada Jagannadham is a regular entertainer with an average execution and a dull second half. First part is the only thing which you can enjoy throughout. So, if you can manage with the second half then, give it a shot.