Tillu Square review Tillu's magic strikes once again
Tillu Square review Tillu's magic strikes once again

Tillu Square review: Tillu’s magic strikes once again

Tillu Square review: As DJ Tillu, Siddhu Jonnalagadda won over fans’ hearts with his comedic timing and writing, which gave the creators the idea to create Tillu Square, the film’s sequel. Aruna Parameswaran took the lead role in the second installment, which is directed by Mallik Ram. The film debuted on cinemas today amidst a lot of positive press. Time will tell if the anticipation was justified.

The film is called Tillu Square.

On March 29, 2024, for release

Cast: Prince, Anupama Parameswaran, Siddhu Jonnalagadda, Muralidhar Goud, and Murali Sharma

Malik Ram directed the film.

Producing partners: Sai Soujanya and Suryadevara Naga Vamsi

Ram Miryala, Achu Rajamani, and Bheems Ceciroleo are the music directors.

Sai Prakash Ummadisingu, cinematographer (film)

Editor in Chief: Navin Nooli

Narration:

With the enormous sum of money she makes, Tillu (Siddhu Jonnalagadda) decides to organize events. Tillu falls in love with Lilly (Anupama Parameswaran) right away despite his attitude and style remaining the same. He begins courting Lilly as soon as he sees her, and once more, he ends up in a terrible mess. The main plot point is how Tillu resolves it.

Benefits:

The protagonist’s characterization plays a huge role in movies like DJ Tillu and Tillu Square, therefore the filmmakers will have a big task in accurately capturing this element. Replicating the same enchantment is extremely tough when it comes to Tillu, a figure that has deeply resonated with the audience. However, the group completed the task flawlessly.

Without a doubt, Siddhu is the star of the show. Being the focal point of the Tillu brand, he is guaranteed to provide a great deal of entertainment for the viewers. Siddhu draws us in right away with his one-liners, humorous gestures, and body language in the opening scene. Siddhu’s outstanding comic timing has truly made an impact.

Since he is the author, Siddhu plays it to the gallery, knowing full well what is expected of him by the audience. The second part is really good and entertaining nonstop. Quirky one-liners and current language evoke the hilarity. In her daring part, Anupama Parameswaran does a pretty decent job. She and the hero had a strong chemistry, and like Tillu Square’s predecessor, her character follows the hero around the entire film. Prince Cecil, Muralidhar Goud, and the other supporting actors do a respectable job in their parts.

Negative Points:

The sequel picks off right where the first section leaves off. However, following a sharp start, the first hour is a little slow. The love track has a ton of funny moments. Some of them operate as intended, but some land well. The initial half of the story progresses a little slowly.

Tillu Square and other films like it rely more on characterisation than plot, as previously said. Those hoping for a compelling narrative may be a little let down. Several scenes may cause you to have a sense of deja vu as the plot remains largely unchanged from the first installment. Some aspects of the way they are handled look ridiculous. Less time is spent on screen for Murali Sharma’s part, and the resolution seems rushed.

Technical Details:

The narrative and the melodies are expertly woven together. The songs, which were well-done by Ram Miryala and Achu Rajamani, fit well with the humorous tone of the movie, as does Bheems Ceciroleo’s background score. Navin Nooli did some decent editing. Sai Prakash performed an amazing job with the cinematography, and the frames are vibrant.

Also excellent are the production values. Mallik Ram, the filmmaker, did a fantastic job of entertainingly narrating this well-known plot. There are weaknesses, but the crew made up for it with jokes.

Conclusion:

All in all, Tillu Square is a fun follow-up to DJ Tillu that offers a ton of amusement. The heart and soul of this crazy performer is Siddhu as Tillu, and he will captivate us with his hilarious comedic timing, on-screen persona, and mannerisms once more. The plot is essentially unchanged from the previous part, and there are a few moments that will make us feel like we’ve seen them before. A couple things don’t seem to fit, and the first half is a little lackluster. However, there is nonstop amusement for the most of the second half, and it works very effectively. The film continues despite several flaws because it is entertaining. Fans of DJ Tillu will ultimately enjoy this follow-up as well. Take it on.

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