Hora Hori starring newcomers Dileep and Daksha is directed by Teja. The film has hit the screens today, let’s see how it is.
Basveswara (Chaswa) is a local thug who falls in love with Mythili (Daksha). He keeps spoiling her marriage proposals by killing grooms who come forward to marry her. Daksha was mentally disturbed with these incidents. To make things set, Mythili’s brother will send her to a place called Agumbe in Karnataka. There she falls in love with a businessman Skanda (Dileep), who is simple and cool guy. Twist in the tail arises when Basveswara comes to her place and finds her love affair. What did Basveswara do now? What happens to the couple? That forms the rest of the story.
Debut actress Daksha delivered brilliant performance and are expressions are eye-catching. The debutant actor Dileep is just okay and Chaswa is outstanding. The Jabardasth team – Ragava, Racha Ravi and Rajesh brings few laughs. The remaining cast is okay at their respective roles.
The production values of the film are rich. Editing by Junaid is poor and most of the scenes could have been chopped off. Camera work is impressive; Kevin selected perfect locations that suits mood of the film. The story and screenplay by director Teja is major drawback of the film, and most of the scenes are outdated and repetitive. Background score by Kalyan Koduri is brilliant and the songs have been composed well.
• Production values
• First half
• Background score
• Few dragging scenes
• Second half
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