Dhanvi (Srihari) is a calm going government employee living
in a colony. He is married to a beautiful wife (Sanghvi).
His neighbor's name is Muddu Krishna (Posani Krishna Murali),
who is harassed by the tenant Chalapati (Chalapati Rao) and
crime in the city is managed and controlled by a mafia don
Mohan Raj. Chalapati takes the protection of Mohan Raj and
forces Muddu Krishna to transfer the ownership of the house
to Chalapati at a cheap rate. When Muddu Krishna refuses to
do so, Mohan Raj kidnapped his family members.
wife of Dhanvi is surprised by the cool attitude of Dhanvi
to his surrounding as he refuses to help Muddu Krishna by
fighting Mohan Raj. He only bothers about his family and ignores
the welfare of society. You need to watch this film to know
why the muscleman Dhanvi keeps calm for the anarchy happening
Srihari is best as usual. But he is becoming monotonous with
his action and dialogue delivery. He would be using the same
modulation of voice all the dialogues, be it a ferocious,
sympathetic or amorous. He needs to make better use of his
voice without sounding monotonous.
She played a glamour doll turned into a dutiful wife in this
film. She has three songs to make herself confined to the
dances. There is one particular song in which she guzzles
the Fosters beer.
He plays a lengthy role in this film. He did casual acting
and his dialogue delivery is very much similar to that of
Ravi Teja. The producer Jaya Krishna saw Posani's action in
the rushes of this film and taken him as a sole hero in his
venture 'Manavuri Kittayya'. Posani is a good actor,
This story of this film is based on a new paper statement
given by a high-flying police officer in Hyderabad urging
the citizens to 'Kill the Rowdies in the Society'. Hence,
Posani made a theme for this film that crime prevention is
not possible without the fullest cooperation from the public.
Screenplay of the film is pretty predictable and very unimaginative.
Sarat is regarded as one of the best directors of Telugu cinema.
I was aghast seeing his direction for the Balayya film 'Vamsoddarakudu',
which was done very badly. 'Evadra Rowdy' is even worse than
the above-mentioned film. Even a rookie can do a better job.
After watching this film, one would wonder if a ghost director
directed this film.
The dialogues in this film do not make any sense. The content
of the dialogues does not have any relevance to the script
of the film. Its time for Posani Krishna Murali to take a
break and start rethinking about his future plans. He is very
talented writer. He can do much better job if he concentrate
and do quality films. He is losing his credibility by working
for more number of insignificant films and diluting his concentration
This film is meant for C centers. There is not even a single
scene, which you think one can worth watching. You can avoid
watching this film unless you are a hardcore Srihari fan.
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