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DJ Tillu Review: No Logic – Only Magic

Posted : February 18, 2022 at 12:11 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies
Movie:
DJ Tillu
Rating:
2.5/5
Cast: Siddhu, Neha Shetty, Prince Cecil, Brahmaji, Pragathi, Narra Srinivas, and others
Directed by: Vimal Krishna
Produced by: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi
Music by: Sri Charan Pakala
Release Date: Feb 12, 2022
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DJ Tillu Review

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Young actor Siddhu Jonnalagadda has gained success and popularity with youthful dramas like “Krishna and His Leela”. He has successfully created hype around his latest film, DJ Tillu, which hit the theaters today.

Let’s analyze.
What’s It About?
Bala Gangadhara Tilak aka DJ Tillu is a DJ in Hyderabad. He meets a beautiful Radhika (Neha Shetty) at a club.

Within minutes, his heart melts and she takes him to her home. Bingo, they kiss each other.

What DJ doesn’t know is that she has a boyfriend, she ‘accidentally’ killed him and she seeks DJ’s help in burying the dead body.

A detective blackmailing Tillu and Radhika sparks a chain of events.
Performances:
Siddhu Jonnalagadda has transformed completely to play this fun character. He owns it, from body language to attitude and the lingo. He dominates the film as an actor and dialogue writer.

Neha Shetty looks beautiful and plays her part convincingly.

Prince has played a cameo. The actor who plays Siddhu’s father leaves an impression. Narra Srinu, Brahmaji, and others do their parts.
Technical Aspects:
Thaman’s background score is an asset. He keeps the tempo with his techno sounding. The songs are neat. The cinematography is adequate. Dialogue writing is a huge plus.
Thumbs Up:
Siddhu Jonnalagadda’s acting
Dialogues
First half
Thumbs Down:
The third act
Analysis:
DJ Tillu” is the latest Telugu crime comedy that completely puts focus on fun and humorous dialogues rather than the story or logic. As such fun films have tasted success, writer-actor Siddhu Jonnalagadda has presented another one packing in his funky manner.

“DJ Tillu” begins humorously. From the hero’s appearance itself, sets the mood, and establishes the fact that it offers fun content, not a plot-driven movie.

The first half is highly entertaining as Siddhu takes the charge from the first scene and delivers humorous dialogues in a Telangana accent.

Even when the murder takes place, he comes up with comedy lines.

Whatever we have seen in the trailer happens in the first half itself – the love track between hero and heroine, murder and blackmail. But Siddhu with his acting and director Vimal Krishna with his narrative keeps us entertained.

Even in the second half, it offers some fun, but there is no story further to prolong it. The final act is completely a mess. The film ends abruptly as well, giving a hint of a sequel.

We don’t get to know Neha Shetty’s real intentions. Is she really a cheat or a victim of circumstances? The lack of clarity about her characterization and the unclear ending have made the film not get its due fully.

As we have seen in recent films like “Jathi Ratnalu ” and others, there is no logic to any of the situations. The court drama is an example. From judge to accused, everyone makes a mockery of proceedings. The hospital scenes are chaotic.

But these issues don’t matter when the film aims to provide just entertainment but nothing else. ‘DJ Tillu’ is a fun film that capitalizes on Siddhu Jonnalagadda’s wacky style. If you excuse uneven final moments, it makes a funny watch for the youth audience.
Verdict:
Atle Untadi

Theatrical Trailer:
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