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Silly Fellows is scripted and directed by Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao. The film is produced by Kiran Reddy and Bharat Chowdary. The music composition is by Sri Vasanth and the cinematography is by Anish Tarun Kumar. The editing department is handled by Gautam Raju. The movie has the main star cast of Allari Naresh, Sunil Varma, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Posani Krishna Murali, Chitra Shukla, “ Brahmanandam” and Nandini Rai.
Veera Babu and Suri Babu are friends and Suri Babu is just married. Veera Babu arranges Suri Babu’s marriage to impress an MLA. A gang finds that the MLA has Rs 500 crores hidden in a secret place. At the same time, Veera Babu and Suri Babu also come to know about the 500 crores money. Now the opposite gang and the Babu friends compete against each other to get the money hidden by the MLA. Did they find it out? What happened next? Watch the movie in theatres!
Allari Naresh had always been good at comedy. After a long, Brahmanandam’s comedy track worked out pretty decently. The rest of the stars Posani, Jayaprakash Reddy, Chitra Shukla and Nandini had done justice to the roles provided.
Srinivasa Rao had not brought any new script to Tollywood and this is a very old script and we have seen in a lot of movies that the people from different gangs try to grab the hidden money. The same happens here. The casting department has worked out fine and all the stars fit into the role well. But, the film has lost the logic in many places and although it is mentioned that it is just a comedy movie, without the basic logic some scenes irritate us. The film is technically sound and there is no doubt about that. The songs are neatly shot and the dialogues are also good. However, the cinematography slips in certain places and the editing is okayish. The director could have tried a bit to give a better narration.
What's Not There?
Although the basic logic is missing, the comedy by Brahmanandam and others are impressive. If you want to watch a comedy film without any logic, you could just step into the theatres of Silly Fellows. Silly Fellows - watchable once
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