The theatrical trailer of Naga Chaitanya starrer family entertainer Shailaja Reddy Alludu has been released and crossed the mark of 5 million views on YouTube. Touted to be a family entertainer, the movie is expected to be a decent comical hit.
The trailer seems to be a decent cut from the makers, setting the expectations high on the movie. Here is the outline of what expectations the trailer has given to the audience.
Naga Chaitanya is in a dire need for a hit as his previous movie Yuddham Sharanam was a disaster at the box-office. Anu Emmanuel, Ramya Krishnan, Prudhvi, and Murali Sharma are in the supporting roles in the movie directed by Maruthi.
Maruthi Dasari is known for his light take on concepts and portrays roles with a tang of comedy. His movies are known for rib-ticking yet fine comedy. Shailaja Reddy Alludu is expected to entertain the audience in the same way.
The theatrical trailer of Shailaja Reddy Alludu opens with Naga Chaitanya's introduction as a super positive guy, who lives his life like an optimist. He is seen introducing himself as an optimistic guy but hints about the troubles he faces regarding his wedding.
The trailer hints that Shailaja Reddy Alludu is about the tiff between the hero and his mother-in-law. This is not a new concept in Tollywood, but the most worked formula for a commercial entertainer.
Anu Emmanuel the female lead opposite Shailaja Reddy Alludu is shown as a stubborn lady, who has issues with her mother- Shailaja Reddy- the role played by Ramya Krishna. Both of them are seen communicating via another person who is seen in a problematic position for the same reason.
The trailer hints high dosage of entertainment in the movie. It appears like Naga Chaitanya has tried a new strategy in comedy, as well as romance. The chemistry between Naga Chaitanya Akkineni and Anu Emmanuel looks good.
The fans who were waiting for the theatrical teaser of Shailaja Reddy Alludu seem to be happy about the trailer cut. As the movie Shailaja Reddy Alludu is all set to hit the screens on 13th September, the super positive talk around the theatrical trailer is a huge boost for the movie.