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Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Movie Review

Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Movie Review

Release Date: Friday 26th October 2018

Cast: Nara Rohith, Shriya Saran, Sudheer Babu, Sree Vishnu, Srinivasa Reddy, Ravi Prakash and others

Story

A boys home goes missing from his colony. Several kids are abducted. An airplane that carries celebrities is hijacked. These seemingly three different incidents have a connection.

Special investigation officers Deepak Reddy (Nara Rohit) and Neelima (Shriya) are assigned to deal with the case of the missing plane, while local police officer (Sudheer Babu) investigates the other case. A private investigator ( Shashank) is investigating child kidnaps.

Who is behind all these activities

Analysis:-

On paper, Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu must have sounded exciting as three different stories collude with one main theme. More than the idea, it is the narration that matters. This is where the film fails miserably.

The new director has chosen to tell this movie in a nonlinear way, but his capabilities are limited as the film turns monotonous and clumsy after a point.

In the very beginning, it is revealed that a guy named Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu is the man who is plotting all these. But why he is doing and what is his motive is revealed in the end, and by then, we can easily guess the ending. The director has reserved a twist for climax, but that is too vague.

Before reaching the final point, the director has tried to play on two investigative operations  one is about hijacking of a plane and the other is about a missing house. The kid coming to the police station and lodging a complaint that his house is missing makes the film very interesting in the beginning. Sudheer Babu heading the investigation also holds the interest but the excitement dies down soon with other elements coming in. 

As the film revolves around the same thing constantly and doesnt move further, we feel restless. The real twist in the film comes in the last 20 minutes. Till then the director focusses on Nara Rohit and Shriyas investigation and their negotiations with Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu (played by Sree Vishnu). These episodes are clumsy and are shot with low production values. The investigation team and the setup look awfully cheap.

The way Nara Rohit and Shriya go about the investigation, no one can believe that they are special investigation officers deputed by the central government. The logic goes for a toss here.

The real twist that comes in the end is very confusing. This year we have already seen two such films. But here the twist does not convince. The film finally turns silly.

There is too much of bloodshed in the film. To top it all, Sree Vishnus character looks weird.

All in all, Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu is an exercise to look different, but its clumsy narration and confusing climax make it hard to watch

Greatandhra
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