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Thursday, 5 July 2012


Review of Eega

  • Thursday, 5 July 2012
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  • Review of Eega:
    Here's the Review of eega exclusively for the people of  ynotall.......

    review of eega
    Cast :: Nani, Samantha, Sudeep, Santhanam and others
    Music Director :: M.M Keeravani
    Director :: S.S Rajamouli
    Producer :: Sai Korrapati
    Release Date :: 06-07-2012

                   Story line:-
                                  The story of Eega is nothing new to us, in fact Rajamouli is one of few directors who has the courage to reveal the story-line of the film even before its release, such is his courage and confidence on the script. Coming back to story, there are three main characters in the film and interestingly Nani and Sudeep have used their own names on screen too...
    review of eegaSudeep (Sudeep) is a multi millionaire businessman who always likes to travel on the wrong routes which is simple and tricky. Big business deal and women are his weakness; he is one man who wants to achieve everything he has wished for and he goes to any extend, sometimes by killing his own wife and friend for business deals. He sets his eyes on Bindhu (Samantha), a miniature sculpture artist and social worker. Bindhu is secretly in love with Nani (Nani), who is mad about her. Like many women, Bindhu hides her love and pretends to ignore Nani. When Sudeep finds out Bindhu's love for Nani, he goes mad and decides to  finish him (Nani) off.  Nani is murdered and Bindhu is heart-broken. He is then reborn as ‘Eega’ (housefly) who remembers the incidents that took place in his last birth. How will Eega takes his revenge on the villain forms the rest of the story.

    Thumbs Up For:-

    1. Rajamouli's bold attempt: One of the most talked about movies in recent times Eega is expected to create a new revolution in Indian cinema. And kudos to taskmaster Rajamouli for his creativity and brave effort.

    2. Visual Extravaganza: In deed a visual treat for film buffs! It is interesting to see the usage of special effects in the right way without any over dose. How can a housefly take revenge? Well, you will have to watch Eega to get the answer! It’s a never-seen-before in Indian cinema where an insect behaves in such a realistic fashion. Though the film is a fantasy entertainer, it also has the right blend of love, sentiment and of course humour. This is one film which will definitely take Indian cinema (especially Tollywood) to greater heights. Eega has 90 minutes of visual extravaganza and never-seen-before animated effects. Kudos to Vaaraahi Chalana Chitram, who has produced theTelugu version of the film. The man behind the technology component is Pete Draper, Co-Founder of Makuta Effects, with about 20 years of experience in this space and has worked in films like Magadheera, Ghajini, Enthiran and 7 Aum Arivu.

    3. The Sudeep Factor: Coming to the star cast, the film belongs to Sudeep, one of the top actors in Kannada cinema. He is also well established as a director but he had no qualms in accepting the role of a villain. This is definitely one film which can be written down in his diary as once-in-a-lifetime special role. Such an intense role, he has performed it with ease and perfection. His expressions, Kannda-influenced-Tamil and body language is definitely a treat to watch.

    4. Good Casting: Interestingly, it is a ‘fly’ which is the hero in this live-action animation (LAA) film. The USP of the film is the Tom & Jerry act between the villain and the fly! The on screen pairing of Samantha and Nani is fresh and sizzling! Though Nani appears only in the first half, he impresses us with his perfect comedy timing and one liners. After a power packed performance in Veppam, Nani makes another powerful statement with Eega. Samantha is pretty and fits the bill perfectly. This is the first time that Samantha is doing a movie where the focus is more on her rather than the hero! Ways to go Sam! Aditya and Santhanam also needs a special mention for their interesting act, though they appears only in few scenes they make a mark.

    5. The Technical Brilliance: Three cheers for Rajamouli for choosing the right technical team. Crazy Mohan's hilarious dialogues (he also makes a special appearance in the film), racy screenplay by Rajamouli - Janardhan Maharshi, Keeravani's foot thumping music (with the song 'Eedaa Eedaa' and 'Lava Lava' standing out), K. K. Senthil Kumar's colourful camera works and Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao's sleek editing.

    VERDICT: Fun, full-pelt fantasy entertainment! Book your tickets, grab the popcorn, Eega is a perfect watch for this weekend! Dont miss this visual extravaganza! and we are sure that its going to create some new records in TWOOD.

    What happens after sitting in the theater:-
                                                    Let's say like this the movie is a visual treat for all whose gonna watch this actually this is about eega in one line but where as the movie is taken over by rajamouli with his hands and he mouldede it in such a way that anyone is going to like it like anyting that's rajamouli.We are very gld to have such a director within our telugu industry.Okay now,after the movie had stated and after sitting in the chair the movie is just going like that.Actually that's the main point the screenplay is like we have to put a new name for that and we think like we are watching a hollywood film  but where after Nani(the lead) passout the actually movie come into play from then onwards we dont even close our eyes for atleast once why because the dhamaka of the movier actually starts from there.We are not going to reveal all the twists and all why because if we say all these things then shouldn't be that much excitement while you are watching.And one you have some expectation in your mind right,I'm sure that you didn't see what are you expecting that will turned for sure damn sure   

    YNOTALL'S RATING:-  3.85 / 5

    Some more information regarding EEGA :-

    Eega going to Samantha house and writing "nene naani ni malli puttanu" with tears on a glass 

    The scenes in which Eega teasing and irritating Sudeep are very funny. The auditorium erupted in laughter and applause everytime the scenes came on. 

    The scene in which Eega narrates the complete story to Samantha with his signs was appreciated. 

    Taagubothu Ramesh's comedy sequence tickles your funny bone 

    The last 20 minutes of the first half is impressive. The build up towards the interval bang is quite interesting 

    The car racing scene was shot brilliantly. There is much buzz about the background score for the temple and hotel scene and the office board meeting scene. 

    Sudeep rocks in the movie 

    Rajamouli's direction is being appreciated. 

    The interval surprise and the climax are the highlights of the movie 

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