Speedunnodu Movie Review

Feb 5, 2016

Bellamkonda Srinivas's new film Speedunnodu is released today and the actor pins hope with result. Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao directed this film and produced by Bheemaneni Suneetha under Goodwill Cinema banner. Sonarika  Bhadoria is seen as the love interest for Srinivas in the film and Milky Beauty Tammana sizzles in a special song.

Read Speedunnodu Review below


Sobhan (Bellamkonda Sreenivas) a young guy lives in a village name Raptaadu. He cares for his friends and dares anything for them. Meanwhile, Sobhan comes across his ex-girl friend Vasanthi (Sonarika Bhadoria) in the same village. The duo falls in love within no time and the life goes in smoothly until Sobhan gets in to deep trouble involved in a murder. What are the problems faced by Sobhan? Will he come out of the problem is rest of the story.


Bellamkonda Sreenivas impresses with his matured performance through out the film with his mark dialogues and timing. His action and dance moves are at his best and believe this guy will surely give tough fight with coming youngsters.

Sonarika Bhadoria gives decent performance and gets a limited role.

Rao Ramesh steals the show with his mark performance

Tammanah Bhatia sizzles in a special song called Bachelor Babu

Comedians Madhunandan, Srinivas Reddy, Prudhvi, Chaitanya Krishna, Vidyu Raman, Shakalaka Shankar, Pragathi, Ali entertains audience with fun.

Technical Department:

Director Bheemaneni Srinivasa Rao has clearly indicated the remake of tamil film Sundarapandian with not an interesting changes. The director has imitated most of the scenes from the original version.

Music by DJ Vasanth is so-so and the song called Bachelor Babu showcased on Tammana and Bellamkonda Srinivas is the only thing the film has all.

Editing by Gowtham Raju is on average note. Production values by Good Will Group are so-so.


On the whole, Speedunnodu has not much racy elements in both halves. The movie goes on slow and boring note with no interesting scenes. Apart from focusing the Srinivas's role, the film has all the roles which are forced to come and go with no interesting scenes.

Dull Moments in first half and predictable second half deals nothing with any proper twists. Few scenes are canned impressively with well timed execution.

Final Word:

Routine Mass Masala