Brahmanandam, Chaitanya Rao, and Tharun Bhascker starrer Keedaa Cola has been released worldwide with positive buzz with its trailer and promotions. Tharun Bhascker directed this comic entertainer and lets see how it entertained the audience all over the world. Cinereporters here presents Keeda Cola review..
Story Line :-
Main lead of the film Vaasthu (Chaitanya Rao) will be on a Tourette syndrome and lives his life along with his grandfather Varadharaju (Brahmanandam). Vaasthu goes on selling the patient simulators for a living and on one day he breaks patient simulators where it lead to a legal suit against him from the company. Vaasthu who vexed up with his life one day buys a cool drink and his grandfather finds a cockroach in it. Lancham (Rag Mayur) is a lawyer and good friend of Vaasthu suggests him to file a legal case in consumer forum. Rest of the story on how Vaasthu get out of all his problems by facing issues in the case forms the rest of it.
Tharun Bhascker is know for his situational humor comedy which makes the cinema lovers to stick to their seats in the second half. Story rushes like a finale post interval block and few scenes are just hilarious and thrilling. Jeevan Kumar’s stuff and songs in the backdrop while cuss words are in flow are awesome rib-tickling comedies to be not missed. Vishnu Oi and Raghu Ram are good with their conversations and antics all through. Music and cinematography are usually good with natural colors.
Keedaa Cola lacks its screenplay where it has come up with weak storyline and their is nothing to watch rather than the introductions in the first half. Major entertainment is packed in later half. Even in the second half story is just a single line and everyone can predict it. Their is no wholesome comedy tracks but than in parts as few comic scenes didn’t register as well. Brahmanandam is wasted with poorly designed character and cinemagoers expected more from him.
Tharun Bhascker once again marks his comedy narration with timely humor in the second half and couple of comic scenes are hilarious. Vivek Sagar tunes are fine with engaging hummings and DOP by AJ Aaron is cool to watch the visuals. As above said, first half could be packed up with interesting comedy elements and some strong story. Director also proves he is a fun-entertaining actor too. On a whole Keeda Cola is crime comedy-drama to be watched on big screens for this weekend.