Mirchilaanti Kurradu

Mirchilaanti Kurradu

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Release Date : | Length : 133 Minutes

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Mirchi Lanti Kurradu’ is a romantic entertainer featuring Abhijeeth and Pragya Jaiswal in the lead roles. Jai Nag directed the youthful entertainer, which has a blend of love and action.


“Don't waste your time on this silly comedy.”

Mirchilaanti Kurradu Credit & Casting

Pragya Jaiswal


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    Mirchilaanti Kurradu Audience Review

    No spice in this movie, none!

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    First of all, catching up with flicks like these is a pain considering how they have limited release and the movies only run at certain places, as unfair as it may sound for them. But, Jay Nag's Mirchilanti Kurradu had the buzz going its way with Life is Beautiful's Abhijeet and it helped that they had Balayya talking in the audio launch. But, sometimes the buzz alone can do only so much for the movie. It is hard these days to make a mark while being dominated by big budget flicks. The music cannot really make waves unless it is really good, which it is not in this case clearly.

    Anyways, amidst all the hoopla what you find in this movie is a very non-existent script based on a beaten to death storyline. Love at first sight brings Siddhu and Vasundhara played by Pragya Jaiswal together. Romance ensues and as usual differences arise splitting them apart. Then a series of events make the couple introspect as usual and think about getting back. This is as stale in cinema as it gets making you wonder why they couldn't even attempt to do something different. To spice up things, there is Jabardasth's Shakalaka Shankar teemed up with Sreenu but although we like laughs in our movies, do we go to these movies to watch these fringe characters play the fool? Have we not received enough of all this in our reality comedy shows on TV?

    Just another regular rom com sans the character development, the movie owes its worth to Rao Ramesh whose dialogue delivery is fast making him a Tollywood favorite. But, then aren't we already tired of monologues and advice given by the older generation to the younger generation especially about love? Why more of it? All in all it is a movie that doesn't give you any reason to fall in love whether it is its ordinary music or its ordinary storyline.

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