What a piece of shit.
To think we braved the snow and icy roads to watch this junk.
Well, we should have known better considering it’s a Nagarjuna movie.
We’ve long considered Nagarjuna an ugly pimple on the dirty backside of Indian movies.
And the bozo proves it yet again in Kedi.
After 25 years in films, this pall bearer for Telugu films has yet to come to grips with the acting thing.
If Nagarjuna is a disappointment in Kedi, the movie itself is a bigger letdown.
Bereft of the remotest entertaining element, Kedi is a piece of garbage completely unsuitable for human viewing.
Of all ages, by the way.
Narrated Slumdog Millionaire style with Nagarjuna in the police station recounting his implausible, boring life story in flashback to a police officer, the movie is so sophomoric that it beggars belief.
Where Slumdog Millionaire, implausible it too was, managed to hold your attention, Kedi completely bores you to death.
And the central architect of the Kedi carnage is some dickhead answering to the call of Kiran. This schmuck takes responsibility for the story, screenplay, dialog and direction.
Nagarjuna is Ramesh a.k.a. Rummy, who runs away from his home in Guntur and ends up a criminal in Goa, carrying out daring criminal jobs with a nonchalance that James Bond would find hard to emulate.
And the fights?
Hilarious. Unintentional comedy James Gaand ish-style.
Mamta Mohandas adds little value or has much to do except to give us glimpses of her 34B (??) right tit in the Neevena Neevena song, presumably filmed in Greece. If skin-show is your gateway to entertainment, there are some skimpily-clad White girls as well, like in the Janiye Janne Jana song.
Since this is a Telugu film, that pesky creature a.k.a. Brahmanandam must show up. And the baboon does that and far too frequently in our opinion.
If you ask us, Brahmanandam would be unpalatable even if he were to show up in just a single frame.
We didn’t find the music or the accompanying dancing in the least appealing.
Now, before you can say Muddante Cheda the story turns to bearded Jihadis planing mega-strikes.
Mercifully, the advent of the Jihadis also marked the beginning of the end of this stupid shit.
Kedi not only does not offer anything new to movie-goers but fails miserably even with the stale stuff.
Bottom line, Kedi is unworthy of your time or money.