Keeda Cola Review: Tharun Bhascker, the acclaimed director, brings us the much-anticipated Keedaa Cola, which has hit the screens today. Starring Chaitanya Rao, Tharun, and Jeevan Kumar in leading roles, this crime comedy is a must-see for fans of the Pelli Choopulu director. Before you decide to buy your tickets, let’s dive into our review to help you make an informed choice.
The story revolves around Jeevan Naidu (Jeevan), who aspires to become a corporator and seeks the help of his recently released from jail brother, Naidu (Tharun), to fulfill his dream. Meanwhile, Vaasthu (Chaitanya Rao) and his grandfather Varadarajulu (Brahmanandam), along with their lawyer-friend Lancham (Rag Mayur), plan to file a lawsuit against a soft drink company after discovering a cockroach in a bottle they purchased. These two distinct storylines eventually intersect, involving the CEO of Keedaa Cola soft drink company and a hired assassin.
Brahmanandam delivers an entertaining performance during his brief appearance, eliciting both laughter and sympathy. Chaitanya Rao’s portrayal stands out from his previous roles, while Tharun Bhascker impresses, particularly in the serious scenes. Jeevan adds hilarity and is the backbone of numerous comedic moments. The entire ensemble of actors delivers commendable performances, including Vishnu Oi, Ravindra Vijay, Muralidhar Goud, Rag Mayur, and others.
- Well-executed comedy.
- Memorable scenes featuring Tharun, Brahmanadam, and Jeevan.
- Outstanding music by Vivek Sagar.
Tharun Bhascker, known for his work in Pelli Choopulu and Ee Nagaraniki Emaindi, returns with Keedaa Cola. In an interview, he mentioned that this would be his last full-fledged comedy.
Keedaa Cola, with a runtime of just two hours, is divided into two unequal parts, with the first half spanning approximately 45 minutes. The core of the story unfolds in the second half. This modern-day crime comedy, produced by VG Sainma and backed by Suresh Productions, stands out for its strong performances and engaging dialogue.
Additionally, Get-up Srinu makes a cameo appearance. While the second half, where the primary story develops, is not flawless and contains some over-extended scenes.
Keedaa Cola is a film that will leave you in high spirits. It avoids heavy-handed drama and intricate plot twists, making it a light-hearted and enjoyable watch. Don’t miss it!
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