FCUK Movie Review

Movie Review:  FCUK
Director: Vidya Sagar Raju
Producer: KL Damodar Prasad
Music director:  Bheems Ceciroleo
Starring: Jagapathi Babu, Ammu Abirami, Ram Karthik
Release Date: 12th February 2021
Rating: 2.5/5

FCUK movie review: Jagapathi Babu, Ammu Abirami, Ram Karthik starrer FCUK, helmed by Vidya Sagar Raju, has finally arrived at the theaters today on 12th February 2021. Let’s see the story of FCUK.

Story: Karthik(Ram Karthik)  is the son of Phani Bhupal (Jagapathi Babu)  who sells condoms and he is a playboy. Though his son Karthik is just a contrast of his dad’ character.  Karthik falls in love with Uma(Abhirami)  who is already engaged but he tries to woo her.  One day Phani Bhupal meets with an accident and he is found with a small girl Chitti .  Who is Chitti? And how does her presence affect the lives of  Bhupal, Karthik, and Uma?  To get this answer one should watch the movie on the silver screen.

 Plus Points:

  • Jagapathi Babu
  • BGM

Minus Points:

  • Editing
  • Screenplay
  • Narration

Performance:  The performance and body language of  Jagapathi Babu is one of the major assets of FCUK. He elevates  the role of playboy in a superb way.  He has suited perfectly in this role. His salt and pepper look attracted the audience. Ammu Abhirami who makes her debut in Tollywood with this film, delivers a decent performance.  Master Bharath and Ram Prasad excelled in the role but they do not provide much comic relief. Rest of the cast of FCUK performed accordingly.

Technical:  Cinematography by G Shiva is fantastic and the movie has some fantastic visuals. The production values are ok. The songs and BGM are good. Few scenes look silly. Dialogues are meaningful and it adds impact to the scenes. The story of FCUK is interesting but there is no excitement in the flow of the scenes. Editing is not up to the mark. There is need of serious editing in FCUK as many dragged scenes that can be easily trimmed.

Analysis: Jagapathi starrer film FCUK fails to keep the movie lovers hooked because of its boring screenplay.

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