Movie: Shaadi Mubarak
Released on: March 05, 2021
Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Creations
Producers: Raju and Sirish
Cinematography: Srikanth Naroj
Music:: Sunil Kashyap
Cast: Rahul Ramakrishna, Hemanth, Banerjee, Priyadarshi Raam, and others.
Mogilirekulu and Chakravakam serials fame RK Naidu aka Sagar has made his debut as a hero with ‘Shaadi Mubarak’. After completion of the production, Dil Raju has taken up this project to present it from his production house, ‘Sri Venkateswara Creations’. Since then, it garnered interest among the audience.
Sagar plays an NRI Madhav Sunnipenta who returns to India from Australia for finding a match. He approaches a marriage bureau which in turn fixes three match-making dates with three girls belonging to three different backgrounds. Incidentally, the owner of the marriage bureau happens to be the mother of Thupakula Satyabhama (Drishya Raghunath). She will be asked to accompany Madhav during these days.
In the process, the two fall in love and what happens later should be watched on the screen.
It is clearly evident that the film is wrapped up on a low-budget. But it is understandable and rightly done so as it will be risky for the makers to stretch the budget on such films with budding new talent. However, director Padmasri succeeded in entertaining the audience with an interesting screenplay. The cinematography and music are fine if not extravagant. And the remaining crafts delivered their part that is desired for the movie.
For Sagar, it is a decent debut and he delivered what is expected out of him. But, Drishya Raghunath steals the show with her striking presence as well as performance as an outspoken modern girl. Priyadarshi Ram in the heroine’s father role looked good. RJ Hemanth and Rahul Rama Krishna leave the audience in splits of laughter. Ajay Ghosh stuck to his character.
A simple and straight Rom-Com. Keep the expectations down and enjoy a few hilarious moments.