'1000 Abaddalu' Review: Its a Flop and Its True

1000 Abaddalu
Film: 1000 abaddalu
Rating: 2/5 

Banner:  Chitram Movies
Cast: Sairam Shankar, Esther, Nagababu, Hema, Babu Mohan, Sameer Reddy, Vizag Prasad, Naresh, Kondavalasa, RJ Hemant and others
Music: Ramana Gogula
Cinematographer: Rasool Ellore
Editor: Gopi Krishna
Story, screenplay, dialogues, direction: Teja
Producer: Paladugu Sunitha
Release date: 15/08/2013


After scoring several flops, director Teja is back and this time he has chosen another unusual concept. 

Story
Satya (Sairam Shankar) comes from a well to do family and he chances upon Sathya (Esther) and falls for her at first sight. But the problem is, Sathya is already engaged to another person (Sameer Reddy). Still, Satya doesn’t give up and he cooks up few situations to get close to her. Finally, Sathya falls for Satya and she breaks her engagement to get married. However, the lies that Satya cooked to get her get discovered and both take a divorce. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.


Performances
Sairam Shankar didn’t really offer an impact creating performance and he has to work on getting a new stylist. But his efforts to contribute to the story were genuine.

Esther is the perfect package of raw sex appeal, wild beauty and a decent level of performance. She is a treat to the male eyes and if she plans her career well she can grow.

Nagababu was fabulous. He has shown a different side of actor in him through this role and played a key role in bringing some comic relief. He is one actor whose potential is yet to be tapped properly.

Comedians of Jabardasth comedy show fame, have made their presence felt but with feeble comedy.

The actors like Nalla Venu, Suman who did the role of Sairam’s friends were good and brought some entertainment. Hema was aggressive as usual. Naresh was hardly there. Good to see Babu Mohan back. Kondavalasa was okay. Others didn’t have much scope to perform.

Analysis
Highlights are Songs and Esther. But there are many drawbacks Stale plot, Weak screenplay, Amateur comedy and Poor emotional quotient.

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