Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam - Movie Review
Film: Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam
Cast: Allari Naresh, Krithika, Rajendra Prasad, Posani, Chalapathi Rao, Srinivas Reddy and others
Dialogues: Diamond Ratnababu
Music: Sai Kartheek
Cinematography: Dasaradhi Sivendra
Editing: Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao
Art: Narayana Reddy
Producer: BVSN Prasad
Screenplay, direction: G Nageshwara Reddy
Release date: Dec 30, 2016
CBFC Rating: UA
What's it about!
A richman who plans to marry off his daughter in a huge villa likes a bungalow in the suburbs of Hyderabad. He comes to know that the house is possessed after buying it. In comes, Naresh (Allari Naresh) to ward off the evil aatma from the house. Though he doesn't know anything about exorcism, he pretends to know in the hope of getting Rs 10 lakhs for this work. He has a back story. To impress the girl he loves, he needs such money as one of the girl at the orphanage she runs is suffering from heart problem. The twist in the tale is that the evil wants to marry Naresh. Why? What is the connection with him and the ghost?
Idiotic. Formulaic. Torture. Beaten to Death. Vammo!
Well, these are the words or phrases that come to your mind once the movie's second half begins. Such bad is this "horror comedy" from director G Nageshwar Reddy. Allari Naresh starrer "Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam" gives bad end to year 2016. Even badly made movies offer one or two new scenes but this one has zero. Entirely cliched from start to the end.
Not a scene in the movie is appreciable, forget about novelty. The jokes are mostly culled from facebook, whatsapp forwards.
For Allari Naresh, this role is easy job. He has been doing such characters from the beginning of his career, so there is nothing to talk about his performance. Rajendra Prasad seems to be clueless about the movie's scenes. There is nothing special to mention about his performance. Krithika, Mouryani, Pragathi , Jayaprakash Reddy and others are okay. Shakalaka Shankar and Chandra are the only actors who provided some relief.
The film has equally passable technical values. Cinematography, music, editing and artwork…all are just okay. Dialogues by Diamond Ratnababu are pedestrian. Story, screenplay and direction by G Nageshwar Reddy is awfully mediocre.
Bottom-line: 'Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam' is a formulaic horror-comedy that smells of putrid sequences from start to the end. Second half of the movie tests the patience.