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Aatagallu: Movie Review

Aatagallu is a murder mystery movie


Nara Rohit and Jagapathi Babu’s Aatagallu is a murder mystery movie that is based on mind games played between the culprit and the investigators. Parachuri Murali has written the script for the film, which has been produced by Vasireddy Ravindra Nath, Vasireddy Sivaji Prasad, Makkena Ramu and Vadlapudi Jithendra under the banner Friends Movie Creations. It has got a U/A certificate from the censor board and its runtime is 2 hours and 21 minutes.

Story: The movie is about director Siddharth (Nara Rohit), who gets arrested in his wife Anjali’s murder case. Public prosecutor Veerendra (Jagapathi Babu) takes up the case against him and interrogates in judicial custody. After listening to his story, the lawyer is convinced that he is not guilty and allows him to get out on bail. How the murderer is caught forms the crux of the story.

Review: Aatagallu deals with an outdated, boring murder mystery that tests the patience of the film-goers from the beginning till end. Even Brahmanandam’s comedy fails to save this movie. Nara Rohith and Jagapati Babu have delivered wonderful performances, which are the highlights of Aatagallu. Darshana Banik has done a good job and her chemistry with the hero is also good. Subba Raju, Brahmanandam, Sri tej, Jeeva, Tulasi and Priya have done justice to their roles. Aatagallu has good production values, picturization and background score. The action choreography and dialogues are the main highlights on the technical front.


Jagapathi Babu

Hero Game Play

Director Siddarth


Slow Narration


Predictable Story

Release Date : 24th Aug, 2018

Director : Siddharth

Music Director : Sai Karthik

Choreography : Vijaya Kumar C.

Producer : Vadlapudi Jithendra

Starring : Nara Rohit, Jagapathi Babu, Darshana Banik

Rating: 2.5/5

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