Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Movie Review: Tollywood audiences have recently been drawn to Aadavalli Meeku Johaarlu because of its star-studded cast and global concept. After the publication of the trailer, just five days ago, the public’s interest was heightened even further. Finally, after a series of delays, the film will premiere on March 4th, 2022, thanks to a last-minute push by the studio.
According to a morning show host who called the picture a “laugh-riot” and said that the audience’s reaction in the theatres was “wild,” it appears like Sharwanand has finally achieved some success with his current feature. For the film’s producers and filmmakers, the film’s all-female cast has been a success. Watching the film will tell us if it’s any good.
What’s the Story of Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Movie
A laid-back guy named Chiru (Sharwanand) lives in a house full of women. Chiru appears to need a flawless wife, but the female gang will not accept anything less. When Chiru found out that his lady gangs were unable to attract any females, he set out to find himself and found Aadya (Rashmika). Due to his and his fiancée’s union, he now has a child (Rashmika). No, Chiru and his family will never accept Santhamma’s decision. Chiru’s reaction drives the rest of the storey.
Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu Movie Cast & Crew
Adavallu Meeku Johaarlu features an excellent cast, including Bramhanandam, Radhika Sarath Kumar Khushboo, Vennela Kishore Rajitha Urvashi, Ravi Shankar Jhansi and Kishore Thirumala as director and RCM Raju as cinematographer. Adavallu Meeku Johaarlu is based on a novel of the same name.
|MovieName||Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu|
|Cast Leads||Shrawanad, Rashmika Mandana, Bramhanandam, Radhika Sarath Kumar, Khushboo, Vennela Kishore, Rajitha, RCM Raju, Urvashi, Ravi Shankar, Jhansi|
|Written by||Kishore Thirumala|
He didn’t give his audience a time to analyse the storey because he was dealing with comedy in Aadavallu Meeku Johaaru, which never becomes boring.
When Chiru (Sharwanad) is presented in the opening 15 minutes of the film, you’re whisked away to his (Sharwanad’s) world.
Sahrwanad’s acting abilities, of which we are all well acquainted, are perfectly showcased in this film, in my opinion. A lot of full-length comedies have included Sharwa, but this one sticks out.
Visuals by Sujith Sarang and music by DSP are adequate, although the latter’s music falls short of the mark.
You’ll fall in love with it if you give it a chance with no expectations.