Adi Saikumar’s Crazy Fellow Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Crazy Fellow Telugu Movie Review: In a single year, Adi Saikumar appeared in nearly nine different films. In light of how many times he has failed, it continues to baffle me how he manages to land so much acting employment. On October 14, 2022, Crazy Fellow was just released in theatres, therefore its quality will now be evaluated. Sharwanand attended a special screening of the film, which received positive reviews, but the trailer didn’t pique his interest.

Crazy Fellow Telugu Movie Review


Young man Nani, played by Adi Saikumar, is the major character in Crazy Fellow. He is hopelessly in love with Bala Tripura Sundari and exhibits a serious deficiency of attention-getting quality. However, Nani’s issues really begin when he unintentionally falls in love with another woman. Depending on how he responds, the story may take one of two directions.

Cast & Crew

Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Saptagiri, Narra Srinivas, Anish Kuruvilla, Ravi Prakash, Pawan, Priya Hegde, and Deepthi Naidu are among the actors who appear in the Phani Krishna Siriki-directed film. R R Dhruvan composed the music, Satya Giduturi handled the editing, while Satish Muthyala was in charge of the filming.

Movie Name Crazy Fellow
Director Phani Krishna Siriki
Music Director R R Dhruvan
Producer K K Radhamohan
Genre Comedy Drama
Cast Aadhi Sai Kumar, Digangana Suryavanshi, Mirnaa Menon, Saptagiri, Narra Srinivas, Anish Kuruvilla, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Ravi Prakash, Pawan, Priya Hegde, Deepthi Naidu
Cinematography Satish Muthyala

Movie Verdict

Adi Saikumar produced nine films in a succession, however, they were all duds. What caused the setback? Crazy Guy once more demonstrated his consistency.

The film isn’t contentious, and the odd attempts at humor ought to have been more effective. Instead, from the plot to the forced humor to the poor acting, the entire film has an old-fashioned vibe. People find it difficult to watch the film.

It’s probably better for Adi Saikumar to go on to other roles now that his performance as Nani has peaked. I’m still curious to see how his films perform at the box office. Even though there is no opportunity for them to improve, Saptagiri, Mirnaa Menon, and Digangana Suryavanshi all put up strong displays. The supporting cast members all do admirably.

Phani Krishna Siriki expressed his confidence in the movie’s ability to appeal to a broad audience in an interview. He utterly failed as a writer and filmmaker when people of all ages and ethnicities didn’t see the film.

Technically speaking, Crazy Fellow isn’t very good. The score is, at most, ordinary, and Sathish Muthyala’s photography and RR Dhruvan’s songs are both subpar. However, other technical divisions performed superbly, as predicted by the scenario.

Crazy Fellow is ultimately an old tale. Give it a look if you have nothing better to do for the next two hours.

Plus Points:

  • Nothing

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Rating: 2/5

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