Sudheer Babu is eagerly waiting for the success and now Bhale Manchi Roju is important for him. This crime comedy film is directed by Sriram Aditya and has hit the screens today. Let’s review it.
Depress Ram (Sudheer Babu) because of his girl friend (Dhanya Balakrishna) decides to tech her lesson. Suddenly, he dashes a car and a girl in the other car Seetha (Wamiqa) runs away who is kidnapped by Shakthi (Sai Kumar). Now, the upset Shakthi holds Ram’s friend and demands him to get Sitha. Left with no choice, Ram starts searching for Sita and he found that Sita is kidnapped by another gang. Who kidnapped Sita? Will Ram find Sita? Watch the film of big screen to get answers for all these questions.
Sudheer Babu has done a great job and he managed to carry the film on his shoulders. There is nothing much to talk about Wamiqa, she played a neat role. Saikumar is wasted and his scenes with Aishwarya are cheap and irritating. The best thing to talk about the film is Prudhvi, he is successful in entertaining the audience once again. Venu and his friend’s character bring few laughs. The remaining cast is okay at their respective roles.
Camera work is fantastic, fights and chasing scenes are excellent. Production values of the film are okay. Editing is good. Music is worst. Not even a single song is shot well and the songs placement is really bad. Sriram Aditya is okay and he is half successful in making the film lively.
• Unique concept
• First half
• Prudhvi acting in Climax
• Second half
• Background score
• Misplaced songs
Boring crime comedy
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