Jorugaa Husharugaa – A routine and slow love drama
Release Date : December 15, 2023
123telugu.com Rating : 2.25/5
Starring: Viraj Ashwin, Pujita Ponnada, Sonu Thakur, Siri Hanumanthu, Madhunandan, Sai Kumar, Rohini, Brahmaji
Director: Anu Prasad
Producer: Nireesh Thiruveedula
Music Director: Praneeth Muzic
Cinematographer: Mahi Reddy Pandugula
Editor: Marthand K Venkatesh
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Baby fame Viraj Ashwin and Pujita Ponnada star in the new movie, Jorugaa Husharugaa, which hit the big screens today. Check out our review to know how it is.
Santhosh (Viraj Ashwin) is a cheerful guy working in an ad agency in Hyderabad. His girlfriend, Nitya (Pujita Ponnada), surprises him by joining and becoming his team leader in the office. Things get complicated when Santhosh’s boss, Anand (Madhunandan), starts liking Nitya. This bothers Santhosh, and he also needs to pay off his father’s debt. Did Santhosh resolve his love and money problems? How did he handle everything? The movie has the answers.
After Baby, Viraj Ashwin takes on another lover-boy character in this movie, doing his best to ensure a refined experience for everyone. He showcased fine dancing skills as well.
Pujita Ponnada, with her cool and bubbly persona, not only looks great on screen but also exhibits a likeable screen presence. Her chemistry with Viraj Ashwin adds a charming layer to the film.
Madhunandan and Rajesh Khanna deliver satisfactory performances in their respective roles, contributing moments of humor. Madhunandan’s comedic scenes with Viraj Ashwin provide decent laughs.
The plot is straightforward and easily predictable, even before the intermission. Unfortunately, the second half disappoints with a slow pace, missing the opportunity for a more engaging narrative. Writer and director Anu Prasad could have improved this aspect.
Sai Kumar and Rohini Molleti’s talents should have been utilized well, as their characters leave only a limited impact on the movie.
The emotional connection between the father (Sai Kumar) and son (Viraj) needs more depth. A more focused approach to creating impactful scenes between them could have enhanced the film’s emotional resonance.
As the writer and director, Anu Prasad struggles to make a lasting impression. The attempt to create a compelling love drama falls short of establishing the necessary emotional depth.
Music director Praneeth Muzic delivers an okay score, while cinematographer Mahi Reddy Pandugala adds visual richness to the scenes with the support of the production team. Editing is okay but could benefit from improvement, particularly in the latter half.
On the whole, Jorugaa Husharugaa is a love drama that lacks proper execution. The film has healthy comedy and acceptable performances from the leads, especially Viraj Ashwin. Predictable moments, emotional gaps, and pacing issues are the drawbacks.
123telugu.com Rating: 2.25/5
Reviewed by 123telugu Team