(Aditya Om) - a successful criminal lawyer - marries
a leading Indian pop star Anjali (Meghna Naidu). He
wants to kill Anjali so that he could inherit all her
wealth. Sailu (Pooja Bharati) a dance bar girl has crush
on Aditya. She seduces him and in turn accepts to help
him in eliminating Anjali. Mean while, a lady police
officer (Swetha Menon) who has been investigating the
murder case of a bar owner (Rami Reddy) suspects the
role of Aditya and Sailu. She keenly follows them. The
rest of the story is about whether Aditya succeeds in
murdering his wife.
Aditya Om is passable.
Meghana Naidu has put on
a bit of weight. She exposed in this film to the maximum
extent by wearing ultra-short skirts and really deep
cleavage exposing tops. And it sounds funny when she
talks about true love by wearing such costumes. Pooja
Bharati stooped to the lowest levels (pun intended)
while doing her character in this film. She vied with
Meghana Naidu on the exposing front. Swetha Menon is
adequate. Her attires/manners do not suit the profile
of any typical cop.
of the film is about a selfish guy who wants to take
advantage of three women. The purpose of the film is
to titillate men and hence not much homework was done
on screenplay and direction. Music director rehashed
old Hindi tunes. Photography is adequate. Dialogues
are not up to the mark. Production values are OK.
This film is made with the sole purpose of attracting
men by having two sex bombs doing skin show. Hence it
would be a futile exercise to comment about direction,
screenplay and other technical issues. There is lot
of vulgarity and exposing in this film. The guys who
like watching midnight masala on TV may give a try.
Others can safely ignore.
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