unrelated and unemployed youngsters meet each other
in a bus and they start living together in Vizag. One
day they find an abandoned kid in the thick forests
near Vizag. These guys pick that kid up and start inquiring
about his whereabouts. Goons start chasing for the kid
and in turn they chase the four guys. In a mix up, these
four guys also get hold of 1 crore bounty that is supposed
to the reach the contract killers who are on the mission
to eliminate the kid. The rest of the story is all about
how the kid is saved from the goons and how these four
guys turned out to be achievers in life.
Rohit, Nakul and Baladitya
are competent for the roles given to them. Rajesh
is impressive in his role. Tarun
Roy is glamorous. Swapna
Madhuri is decent. Sivaji
Raja imitated veteran comedian Ramana Reddy a
bit. Brahmananam's comedy
in first half is bit entertaining, but in second half
it's disturbing. Gowtam Raju
is good as cop though he imitated Nutan Prasad's diction
and mannerisms to the tee. Ravali
and Shakeela are OK. Pruthvi
of the film is half-cooked one. There are many loose
ends and time lapses. The title of Keelugurram which
means opportunity (hope) is a misnomer. The taking of
the film is old-fashioned. Screenplay is inconsistent.
Direction of the film is inadequate. Narration is boring
most of the times. Dialogues by Thotapally Madhu are
mundane. Cinematography by Kodi Lakshman is mediocre.
The lighting scheme is not consistent. Music by SA Raj
Kumar is average except for the first song.
Analysis: First half of the film
is mediocre. Second half is boring and tests your patienc.
This film suffers with bland direction and archaic narration.
There is no definite objective for the four youngsters
in the film. Emotions in the film are not established.
The entire episode by mafia group appears comic. The
love track and misunderstandings between lead pair Rohit
and Tanu Roy is completely confusing. Kodi Rama Krishna
disappoints the Telugu film lovers with Keelu Gurram.
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