May 22, 2024
Mad

Date of Release: October 06, 2023

Rating: 4/5

Starring: Ananthika Sanilkumar, Gopika Udyaan, Sri Gouri Priya Reddy, Sangeeth Shobhan, Narne Nithin, Ram Nithin, and Vishnu Oi

Kalyan Shankar is the director.

Producers: Sai Soujanya & Haarika Suryadevara

Bheems Ceciroleo is the music director.

Cinematographer: Dinesh Krishnan B. Shamdat

Editor: Nooli Navin

With its promotional materials, the youthful entertainer Mad—which stars Narne Nithin, Ram Nithin, and Sangeeth Shobhan—has generated some attention. Kalyan Shankar is the director of the picture. We attended the paid premieres of Mad, so let’s check the movie out.

Story:

Three carefree college students studying engineering—Manoj (Ram Nithin), Ashok (Narne Nithin), and Damodhar (Sangeeth Shoban)—are at the center of the MAD narrative. In college, they pick fights on the side to pass the time. Manoj is smitten with Shruthi (Gouri Priya), but Jenni (Ananthika) is in love with Ashok. Damodhar is not good at relationships, but things start to change when a woman named Vennela calls him every day. The rest of the film chronicles the college lives of these three pals.

Extra Credits:

First of all, the film lives up to its moniker by providing slapstick humor full of one-liners. It’s always refreshing to see college dramas, and Mad will remind you of your college days. The characters are likable and humorous. The majority of the gags succeeded in maintaining the humor throughout. Two really well-thought-out moments will blow the place up.

This insane excursion would not have been possible without the assistance of Sangeeth Shobhan, Ram Nithin, Narne Nithin, and Vishnu Oi. Particularly impressive are Sangeeth Shobhan and Vishnu Oi, who have perfect comedic timing. When Sangeeth Shobhan speaks on the phone, her expressions are amazing. The young actor will be successful if he makes wise movie choices.

Ram Nithin looked amazing and had a fantastic on-screen presence. Narne Nithin also leaves an impression in his debut. There’s a hint of humor in his last role. The three starring ladies, Ananthika Sanilkumar, Gopika Udyaan, and Sri Gouri Priya Reddy, have all performed incredibly well.

Negative Points:

The mediocre tunes have a slight impact on the flow. As the creators have indicated, this is a ridiculous show, and anyone expecting a meaningful plot and genuine feelings will undoubtedly be let down. The primary plot twist that is revealed at the end is a little obvious.

A few derogatory terms are purposefully used to appeal to the younger demographic. However, some audience segments can find them bothersome. The fight scene felt excessive and didn’t mesh well with the story. A few sequences will bring back memories of past movies.

Technical Aspects:

Notwithstanding the drab songs, Bheems Ceciroleo wrote a great background score. The cinematography by Shamdat and Dinesh Krishnan B, as well as the production qualities, are excellent. The movie flows rapidly and the editing team did a fantastic job.

Kalyan Shankar directed the film in a sophisticated manner. The teaser makes it apparent that sarcastic comedy is prevalent in the film. The language is handled deftly, and the one-liners are fairly effective. The director uses situational humor to keep the audience amused despite the film’s weak premise.

Verdict:

In general, Mad delivers on its claims. Many enjoyable sequences in the film are aimed at younger viewers. The situational humor and one-liners work most of the time. Sangeeth Shobhan, Ram Nithin, Narne Nithin, and Vishnu Oi gave excellent performances.

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