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Pelli Sambandham Review

Pelli Sambandham
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If you can't make head or tail of a film in the first 30 minutes, then you can take it for granted that it is jinxed. Pelli Sambhandam goes one step ahead and meanders aimlessly for two and a half hours. Director Raghavendra Rao either thought that a screenplay was unnecessary, or decided that the assortment of meaningless scenes that he had in his hand were worth more than a superhit screenplay.

Coming to the plot, Nageswara Rao is the winner of Krishipandit award and the Sahitya Academy award, and we are told that he is the most popular love-story writer. While he takes care of the landed property in the village, his brother, Kota Srinivasa Rao, lives in Mumbai with his son-in-law, Raghuvaran, and his children.

Raghuvaran's daughter, whose marriage is fixed, writes a letter to Nageswara Rao to come and help her avoid the marriage, because she is in love with Raja Ravindra. Nageswara Rao, instead of talking to his brother or his son-in-law, uses all his cheap tricks to get her married to her lover secretly, just a day before the marriage. You should watch the film to believe how cheap this whole thing is. Once the truth is out, Raghuvaran and Kota go wild with temper, and so there is a divide with the brother.

Meanwhile, Nageswara Rao's grandson, Sumant, falls in love with Raghuvaran's second daughter. With the rift in the family, his hopes are dashed to the ground. Nageswara Rao loves his grandson dearly and comes up with another cheap idea that would bring the entire household of Kota Srinivasa Rao to the village. And that is, he assumes total ownership of the landed property. They come, of course, and from here the film rambles on to the conclusion.

The role makes Nageswara Rao look like a clown rather than like a learned person. He wouldn't have enacted such a moronic role in his entire career. There is no harm in his thinking that he is young at heart, but it is high time that he stopped showing it in every movie of his. It definitely doesn't go well with certain characters. Especially the one in this film. The Dada Saheb Phalke award winner should choose his roles more judiciously.

And then there is Sumant. The movie was made, purportedly, to boost his career. Ironically, it does not benefit it an inch. Sakshi Sivanand is her usual self. And so are the others. The comedy is cheap and pointless. Actually the entire film is.
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  • Cast
    Sumanth, Sakshi Sivanand, Akkineni Nageswara Rao, Raghuvaran, Kota Srinivasa Rao
  • Director
    K Raghavendra Rao
  • Theatres
    Not screening currently in any theatres in Hyderabad.
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