CAST AND CREW OF THE MOVIE:
Lead Cast: Dileep, Daksha, Chaswa and others
Music Director: Kalyan Koduri
Producer: K.L. Damodar Prasad
REASONS FOR PROPAGANDA:
Director Teja, who made trendsetting blockbusters in the early days of his career, has been repeatedly failing to recreate the magic of Jayam. Hora hori is his latest film and let's see if he has come out of the hangover of Jayam?
Basava (played by Chaswa) is a rowdy, who falls in love with Mythili (played by Daksha). He is ready to kill whoever comes in between him and Mythili. She goes into shock after witnessing some killings and hence is sent to a village in Karnataka.
Mythili comes across Skandha (played by Dileep), a struggling youngster in that village and they fall in love. Skandha also becomes good friend to Basava, who arrives to the same village on some other work.
How Skandha overcomes the notorious Basava and win the love of Mythili forms the rest of the story.
Hero Dileep is a typical Teja film hero. He looks vulnerable, weak and the interesting part is that he can not act. His expressions are so bad that audience could not connect with him at all.
Daksha looks good and she has given honest performance.
Chaswa doesn't have the qualities of a villain but he is made the lead villain in this film, a big minus point.
Most of the supporting actors are new comers and no one could make impact on audience.
Kalyan Koduri's music and background score is the biggest asset of this film.
Cinematography is pleasantly surprising.
Teja could not come out of the hangover of 'Jayam' and he has once again remade his own film, probably for the zillionth time.
First half is pretty tedious with uninteresting screenplay.
Second half is slightly better but still it could not manage to win the hearts of audience as the screenplay is routine.
Loud scenes, the violent beatings, weeping which are generally seen in Teja's films are all here to test the patience of audience.
Nothing much to say but despite Teja is a great director, who knows every craft, he keeps on remaking Jayam and scoring disasters.
Kalyan Koduri's music and BGM are the biggest asset. His honest effort is seen on screen.
Cinematography is very good.
Editing is poor. Unnecessary scenes are galore in this tedious affair.
Dialogues are poor. Production values are good.
APNC VERDICT: Skip it to not spoil your weekend.
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