Film: Fashion Designer S/o Ladies Tailor
Cast: Sumanth Ashwin, Anisha Ambrose
Producer: Madhura Sreedhar Reddy
Release Date: June 02, 2017
After 32 years, Director Vamsy is coming up with sequel to his super hit film “Ladies Tailor”. He chose Sumanth Ashwin to play the son role to iconic character Sundaram, which was earlier played by Rajendra Prasad. Let’s find out whether Sumanth Ashwin succeed in doing justice to the role.
Gopalam (Sumanth Ashwin), son of Ladies Tailor Sundaram (Rajendra Prasad), dreams of becoming a fashion designer. He gets a new hope on his business plan, after a palmist tells him that he has Manmadha Rekha and any women would fall for him. Based on his prediction, Gopalam confidently traps rich women in his village for investment to his business.
In the process, Gopalam comes across three rich girls, Ammulu (Manali Rathod), Gedela Rani (Manasa Himavarsha) and Maha Lakshmi (Anisha Ambrose) in the village and gets involved with them. By the time the women gets to know about his plans, a murder case ties around his neck. How Gopalam solves his problems and whom he chooses out of those two women becomes the rest of the story.
Unfunny Comedy scenes
Director Vamsy (who had been struggling hard to deliver a hit movie since 2002) and Madhura Sreedhar Reddy (Ex-Director turned producer who delivered three flops in a row and is staying away from direction) collaborated to make a sequel to super hit movie “Ladies Tailor”. This idea raised the curiosity and everyone were interested to see whether the director could recreate the magic.
Sumanth Ashwin and the lead heroines are complete misfit for the role. There are three heroines in the movie, who are there just to expose and have duets with him. Vamsy looked to have missed the creativity bus some 15 years back and all his attempts to tell an interesting story to the audience is failing out badly. His comedy scenes, which used to be huge plus to the movie, turned out to be major drawbacks to the film. Madhura Sreedhar’s production values are below average. Only plus point in this film is that Nagesh Bannel, who could capture the magnificence of Godavari and Mani Sharma, who impressed with his background score and melodious tunes.
Result: Designer Became Disaster