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After a few attempts at serious cinema, Allari Naresh aimed to return to his forte – comedy entertainment – with “Aa Okkati Adakku.”

The audience expected to witness vintage Allari Naresh of the late 2000s and early 2010s when his films turned out to be simple and fun. But Aa Okkati Adakku was a total damp squib.

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The teaser and trailer gave some hope that it would be a decent comedy entertainer, but the film was boring right from the word go.

None of the comedy landed; the jokes seemed forced and old-fashioned, with nothing notable about any performances either. Additionally, the direction was amateurish. It was nothing short of cringe-inducing experience for the audience to sit through its entire length.

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The film also tries to give a message about various scams and frauds associated with marriages. But that theme just couldn’t gel with the main theme of the hero’s character not getting married.

And there were too many subplots that didn’t make any sense and were tedious to watch.

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Allari Naresh in his interviews promised that the film would be full of comedy and entertainment. He also justified the use of the title of the old comedy classic, ‘Aa Okkati Adakku,’ for this lackluster film. He should have at least not used that iconic title for this dead-on-arrival film.

Whether films work or not is a different thing, but using his father’s iconic film title, he should have seriously thought about what he was doing. He lost an opportunity for life, and even if he comes up with another title from EVV, no one would believe him.

Performance-wise too, this is yet another routine template from him, offering nothing exciting to justify choosing this role in the first place.

We hope to see the whacky, eccentric, satirical, and entertaining Allari Naresh in a solid comedy soon.