ABCD (American Born Confused Desi) Movie Review
After a long wait, Allu Sirish’s comedy movie ‘ABCD - American Born Confused Desi’ has been released today. Sirish has a lot of hopes on this film. Let’s see if at least this film gives success to him.
Director: Sanjeev Reddy
Cast: Allu Sirish, Rukshar Dhillon, Naga Babu
ABCD Movie Story:
Aravind (Allu Sirish) is a rich guy who doesn’t know the value of money. He always spends time with friends, girls and drinks. To make him understand the value of money and life, his father (Naga Babu) sends him to India along with his friend Bharath.
Aravind thinks it was a fun trip, but he realizes he was trapped by his father when he didn’t send money for his enjoyment. How Aravind realizes the value of money and leads life with Neha (Ruskhar) forms rest of the story.
ABCD Movie Review:
Allu Sirish did the best performance with his comedy timing. With this film, he has proved himself. Rukshar Dhillon is decent. Comedian Bharath did well but not utilized properly. Raja Chambolu who played the main villain is impressive. Kota is okay in his role.
Coming to the technical values, Direction and production are just okay. Sanjeev Reddy failed to narrate the second half well. First half is good and funny, evoking laughs. Camera work is decent. Music and BGM are excellent.
- Lead performances
- Production Values
- Narration in the second half
Verdict: Finally, ABCD is good in the first half and not so impressive in the second half. If have no important works this weekend, you can give it a try.