Three jovial guys named Manoj (Ram Nithin), Ashok (Narne Nithin), and Damodhar (Sangeeth Shoban) are the subject of the comedy MAD, which is set in an engineering college. In college, they engage in pointless fights to pass the time. While Jenni (Ananthika) is in love with Ashok, Manoj is attracted to Shruthi (Gouri Priya). Damodhar is the kind of guy who doesn’t care about relationships, but when Vennela, a girl, starts phoning him every day, things start to change. The remaining portions of the movie detail these three buddies’ collegiate careers.
First off, the movie succeeds in delivering slapstick comedy with lots of one-liners, staying true to its title. College plays are usually enjoyable to watch, and Mad will undoubtedly bring back fond memories of your undergraduate years. The characters are funny and relatable. The emphasis was on nonstop humor, and the majority of the gags were successful. A few very well-designed passages will bring the house down.
Without the participation of Sangeeth Shobhan, Ram Nithin, Narne Nithin, and Vishnu Oi, this crazy voyage would not have been possible. Sangeeth Shobhan and Vishnu Oi in particular have excelled with their flawless comic timing. The facial expressions Sangeeth Shobhan makes on the phone are exquisite. If the young actor choose his movies well, he will succeed.
MAD Trailer Review
Ram Nithin has a great screen presence and had a nice appearance. In his debut, Narne Nithin also makes a strong impression. His involvement towards the conclusion has a humorous undertone. The three starring ladies, Gopika Udyaan, Ananthika Sanilkumar, and Sri Gouri Priya Reddy, have done a good job.
The tunes aren’t very amazing and sometimes disrupt the flow. According to the creators, this is a crazy entertainer, and those who anticipate a proper plot and genuine emotions will undoubtedly be let down. The key twist at the conclusion is somewhat foreshadowable.
For the purpose of appealing to the target audience, which is young people, a few swear words are used. They might, however, present issues for particular audiences. The combat scene felt over the top and didn’t flow well with the story. Some sequences will bring to mind a few classic movies.
Bheems Ceciroleo did a wonderful job with the background score despite the songs’ lackluster quality. Both the production values and the cinematography by Shamdat and Dinesh Krishnan B are excellent. The editing staff performed a good job, and the movie moves quickly.
When it comes to the director, Kalyan Shankar, he did a great job. The movie is plenty with wry humor, as the trailer makes clear. The one-liners go in well with the conversation, which is beautifully crafted. Despite having a weak plot, the director manages to keep the audience entertained via situational humor.
In general, Mad fulfills its promises. The movie features a lot of kid-friendly, entertaining scenes. Most of the time, the situational humor and one-liners are effective. The performances by Sangeeth Shobhan, Ram Nithin, Narne Nithin, and Vishnu Oi were excellent. But as was already mentioned, the movie has a pretty weak plot. In order to enjoy the events, one must set logic aside.