Jamba Lakidi Pamba Movie Review


Jamba Lakidi Pamba is a comic entertainer that features Srinivas Reddy and Siddhi Idnani in the lead roles. JB Murali Krishna is the director and Vennela Kishore, Posani Krishna Murali played other pivotal roles. The film released all over today and here is the complete review of Jamba Lakidi Pamba:


The theme of Jamba Lakidi Pamba has been inspired from the film with the same name that released in 1993. Varun (Srinivas Reddy) gets married to Pallavi (Siddhi) and the duo soon decides to part ways after their wedding. Soon when things are not good, they meet a famour divorce lawyer Harishchandra Prasad (Posani Krishna Murali) who handles 99 cases till date. Before closing his 100th case, he passes in a road accident. It is then God sends him back to clear his sins by uniting Varun and Pallavi. The rest of Jamba Lakidi Pamba is all about the twists the story takes and what happens next forms the rest of the story of Jamba Lakidi Pamba.


Srinivas Reddy
Comedy at times
Crisp Runtime


Bad writing
Poor narration
Second half
Predictable episodes


Srinivas Reddy has been exceptional and he has been spotted in different mannerisms. He is the only savior of Jamba Lakidi Pamba and he topped the show.Siddhi has been decent and was apt for the assigned role. Siddhi looked too young in the assigned role. Posani looked decent and Vennela Kishore has been apt in his assignment and he managed to impress the audience. Jaya Prakash Reddy, Shakalaka Shankar, Dhanraj, Raghubabu and Satyam Rajesh have been completely wasted. All the other actors have been decent.

Jamba Lakidi Pamba has nothing new to reveal about the plot. The screenplay and the writing have been extremely poor and they make no impact. The music and the background score have been decent. The cinematography is a treat to watch and the production values have been lavish. The director fails in all the available ways to impress the audience with a comic entertainer.


Jamba Lakidi Pamba is a huge misfire and fails to impress the audience. Srinivas Reddy and the bunch of comic actors have been extremely wasted with the poor writing and predictable narration.