Here is the exclusive review of Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam!
After facing a box office failure with his last flick, Selfie Raja, sudden star Allari Naresh is now coming up with a horror comedy entertainer titled Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam. Naageshwar Reddy who is an expert in handling comedy movies, has directed the film. Let us see whether he gave Sudigadu much needed success.
Starring :Allari Naresh, Rajendra Prasad, kruthika Jayakumar, Mouryani
Story, screenplay, direction : Nageshwar Reddy
Producer : B.V.S.N. Prasad
Cinematography : Dasaradhi Sivendra
Music director : Sai Karthik
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production company : Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra
Naresh (Allari Naresh) falls in love with Indumathi (Kruthika Jayakumar) who raises orphan kids, and tries to woo her. After finding out that one of the orphans needs to go through a heart surgery, Naresh decides to help her with the money. On the parallel note, Rajendra Prasad buys a house to hold his daughter’s mariage there. Later he finds out that the house is haunted and tries to solve the problem contacting a ghostbuster.
Naresh who is in financial needs, gets a call from Rajendra Prasad to treat his haunted house. How Naresh solves the problem and what is the story behind the ghost form the remaining plot.
Cast and crew performance:
Naresh is good in his role but would have done it better had he come up with refreshing plots. Rajendra Prasad has also done a decent job and brings out few laughs. Kruthika Jayakumar is pretty and beautiful. Mouryani was good playing the ghost.
Songs and background score, visuals and production values are good. Director Nageshwar Reddy has come up with a routine horror formula and has also failed to deliver the entertainment. One would easily know that the film is no more different than many of the recent horror flicks.
Allari Naresh, Rajendra Prasad
Few comedy scenes
Few horror scenes
Many cliched scenes
Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam is a routine horror flick which might not make it to the success at the box office. Except a bunch of comedy and horror scenes Allari Naresh’s new release has nothing much to offer the audience. Go watch it if you are a fan of horror-comedy genre flicks.