Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu Movie OTT Release Date, Digital Rights and Satellite Rights
Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu is a Telugu-language romantic comedy-drama movie that will come out in 2022. It was written and directed by Tirumala Kishore. In this SLV Cinemas movie, Rashmika Mandanna, Khushbu Sundar, Raadhika Sarathkumar, Urvashi, and Sharwanand all have roles.
The movie was supposed to come out in 2016 with Venkatesh and Nithya Menen in the main roles, but the project never happened. In October 2020, Sharwanand and Mandanna took their places and brought the project back to life. The movie was made from July 2021 to February 2022, with most of the filming in Hyderabad and Rajahmundry. Devi Sri Prasad made the score and soundtrack of the movie. Sujith Sarang and A. Sreekar Prasad shot the movie, and A. Sreekar Prasad edited it.
One way to get people to see the movie is to explain what the title means and what happens in the trailer. So do what Kishore Thirumala, the director of the movie Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu, did.
Joharlu is in charge of the movie Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu. The company that made this movie is called Sri Lakshmi Venkateshwara Cinemas. Sharvanand, Rashmika Mandanna, Khushboo, Radhika, Urvashi, Rajshree Nair, Satyakrishnan, Kalyani Natarajan, Jhansi, Rajita, and others are also there with Sujith Sarang. A. Srikar Prasad was in charge of making changes to the document. Devisree Prasad is known for putting together musical pieces. He was writing Direction by Kishore Thirumala. Sudhakar Cherukuri is The book will be out on March 4, 2022.
Chiranjeevi’s family, also known as Chiru, or Sharvanand, is a big guy. Chiruni Graban lives with her mother, Radhika, and four siblings (Urvashi, Kalyani Natarajan, Rajshree Nair, and Satya Krishnan). Chiranjeevi is involved with every good girl he could date. It’s a bother. He meets his first friend by accident (ray). It makes her feel good about herself. At home, he tells them the same thing.
Chiru first says yes, but his mother, Khushboo, says he doesn’t want to marry her. Why does that make sense? What happened to Sarita, who worked with her birth mother, Vakula? What does their family think the wedding means? Did you talk these people into getting married for the first time? All of them are so interesting.
The movie is like what its title says. The house is full of women, including the hero, who doesn’t do any work even though everyone else does. Sharwanand does a great job as a young man who can’t decide between so many women. Rashmi does a good job of acting like a girl who wants nothing more than to be with her mother. Radhika, Khushboo, Urvashi, and Satyakrishnan all did a good job with their parts.
All of the bridesmaids from Brahmanandam Railway Station, Urvashi Steel Dabba Comedy, and Vennelakishore Comedy laughed. Devisree’s melodies and background music are fun to listen to. Radhika’s explanation of the three things that women like in a man makes sense.
Everyone knew the story, and there didn’t seem to be any twists that people didn’t expect. It would be better if Vakula and Sarita could explain why they’ve become so strict in more detail. Emotions must be shown with as much force as possible. Families love the “Aadavallu Meeku Joharlu” scenes that often don’t happen.
Kishore Tirumala’s Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu (AMJ) looks like a great book on paper. The movie’s main characters are a kind man and a strong woman, which goes against the Tollywood stereotypes. There are comedians whose only goal is to make people laugh, which is fine. Families, where smart women are in charge are fine. But even though the director has so much to work with, they can only make a mediocre movie.
Everyone’s favorite actor is Chiranjeevi, also known as Chiru or Sharwanand. Five women, including his mother (Radhika) and aunt, raised him (Kavitha Ranjini). The men in this family are the spouses, but they don’t matter because the women make the decisions in the big picture—things like deciding who Chiru should marry, even though no woman is right for him. Aadhya (Rashmika Mandanna) meets this strange family and fits right in. Her single mother, Khusbu, is also a strong woman who doesn’t want her to get married.
A Kalyana mandapam is said to be run by Chiru. Since he’s not married, it’s funny, we’re told. Aadhya is a lawyer, but that has nothing to do with this story. This story happens in Rajahmundry, but it has nothing to do with the main story. We don’t know what Chiru’s mom and aunts do for a living, but Aadhya’s mom runs a small business with Jhansi’s help. When we find out why Aadhya’s mother is the way she is, it doesn’t surprise us because the movie is full of old-fashioned plots. The only thing about the movie that is even slightly new is that Chiru isn’t too masculine, and Aadhya does more than just fawn over him.
After a certain point in the movie, you start to wonder if AMJ will ever talk about whether children, especially if they are legal adults, should be allowed to make their own decisions, for better or for worse. Even more so when side stories show those children deciding who to marry and getting used to married life. But this subject is never talked about. Instead, the movie seems to show that a “good child” puts their parents ahead of everything else, even their lover. Snore! Not the most creative message. Later in the story, a man is judged because he didn’t bless his child, which is funny.
The funny parts of the movie come from Brahmanandam, Vennela Kishore, Satya, and the rest of the cast, who keep things light even as the melodrama reaches its end. Sharwanand and Rashmika Mandanna are the only reasons you can watch the whole movie. They are both very good at what they do, and Rashmika is a very beautiful woman. But the main characters don’t have much chemistry, and you have to wonder what they see in each other that makes them do everything they do. Radhika, Khusbu, and Kavitha are stuck with roles that aren’t very interesting and don’t give them much room to act. Devi Sri Prasad’s music is neither bad nor good. It doesn’t stand out in any way.
Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu has some moments that are easy to relate to, but the plot is so thin that even the short length of the movie doesn’t make up for it. If only the movie had an interesting story to tell.