A bore fest!!
Write a review
Review Saradaga Ammayitho & earn 20 DM Points. Exchange DM points for cashbacks*
* Powered by FAVCY
Varun Sandesh rose to quick fame after Happy Days and from then he made umpteen movies and nothing went registered. So is this film Saradaga Ammayitho. The title gives an adult movie tinge to the film. Yes, there are some adultish scenes but you can’t ride the success wave by plugging some scenes in between. They may be satiating for the front benches but not for everyone.
Santosh (Varun Sandesh) is a playboy who believes in casual flings. He never believes in love and wants the life to go on without any commitments. One day he meets Geeta (Nisha Agarwal) and gets charmed. He tries to woo her and make her fall for him, but nothing works in his favor. Geeta poses a challenge to Santosh and if he wins that she will accept his love. What is the challenge and is there any other side of Geeta forms the rest of the story.
Varun Sandesh played the role with ease. It looks as if he reprised the role that he did in many movies. Nisha Agarwal gets a meaty role and she capitalizes that. Her beautiful appearance climbed another notch in this film.
Ali and Mumaith Khan induced the comic flavor into the film. It seems the director spent a lot of time getting Mumaith into shape and character. Rao Ramesh gets a decent role. Charmie did a cameo in the second half that is unwarranted. Why she did that role is an unanswered question.
The technical departments did their job well. Music by Ravi Varma is welcoming. The camerawork is perfect for the film. The editor managed to keep the movie crisp and restricted it to a manageable runtime. It’s the poor direction that killed most of the film.
Saradaga Ammayitho is a story that’s done to death in tinsel town. Such stories need a taut screenplay that translates into a refreshing movie watching experience. But here the movie’s languid narration and mediocre execution became the spoilsport and pushed it into abyss. The second half is a bit interesting with some untimely twists and turns, but on a whole the film paints a dismal picture.