(Arti Chabria) is a girl ran-away-from-home who is desperate
to look out for shelter and job. Gopal (Prabhu Deva)
is a budding guitarist who is frenetically looking for
a shelter at a cheap rate. Anjali and Gopal finally
agree to stay in the same house in the guise of husband
and wife because the landlord rents out his cheap apartment
only for the married couple.
Murthy (Prakash Raj) - a village bred industrialist
who has a chain of industries named after his wife Anjali
(Urvasi) - had to move to city as his city-life-stuck-wife
bugs him consistently.
(Srikanth) starts an electronics mall after stealing
10 lakhs from his father's locker. Sukumar misunderstands
Anjali to be the daughter of Sundara Murthy and offers
a petty job in his shop for Anjali.
and Sukumar are in love with Anjali. Sundara Murthy
suspects that his wife Anjali is having an extramarital
affair with Sukumar. Wife Anjali suspects that her husband
is having an extramarital affair with young Anjali.
The climax of the film unwrap the errors that lead to
and Srikanth are competent.
Arti Chabria did well with
in her limitations. But the dubbing of Sunitha for Arti
is routine. Prakash Raj
did the role of a good-hearted old man. He is good,
but a bit artificial in few scenes. Among the comedy
artists, Brahmanandam provides
some relief. There is a bit of Tamil scent in Urvasi's
histrionics and dialogue delivery.
There is a big story behind the story of this film.
There was a Telugu film called 'Rao gari ammai' directed
by K Vasu decades back. That story was used as an inspiration
and produced as 'Hungama' in Hindi by Priya Darshan
with Akshaye Khanna, Rimmi Sen and Aftab Shivdasani
in the main leads. This film 'Intlo Srimati Veedhilo
Kumari' is heavily inspired by Hungama film. Arti Chabria,
Srikanth, Prabhudeva and Prakash Raj played the roles
enacted by Rimmi Sen, Akshaye Khanna, Aftab and Paresh
- direction: 90% of the scenes (including the scenic
order) in this film are taken from Hungama film. When
creating such a situational comedy where humor is generated
out of errors and misunderstandings, the director should
be extremely deft at getting the comedy timing right.
Director K Vasu could not handle comedy - which is the
main ingredient of this film - properly. Direction of
the film is pretty old fashioned.
departments: Dialogues by Chintapally Ramana are
partly good, but did not produce any punch in the theaters
because of lack of comedy timing. Music by Ghantadi
Krishna is a let down. Cinematography by Jayaram is
average. Productions values of the film are so so.
First half is average and second half is a letdown.
The main drawback of the film is the mistiming of comedy.
Comedy films do not work out when the comedy timing
in those films goes amiss. We definitely expect a better
product when it is coming from the stables of big names
like Aswini Dutt and Allu Arvind.