Monday, November 1, 2010

Baava movie review - another flop by siddu

Bava – Movie Review
Starring: Siddharth, Pranitha, Rajendra Prasad, Samrat, Tanikella Bharani, Brahmanandam, Ali, Raghu Babu, Ahuti Prasad, Bharat, Narsing Yadav, Kasi Viswanath, Sindhu Tolani, Rajitha, Surekha Vani and others.

In his whole career that made a blockbuster is Bommarillu, when his film Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana, Koncham Ishtam Koncham Kashtam runned average and flop like Aata and Oye. Now he has tried very hard to break the jinx, taking the village movie in the background. But debutant director Rambabu has penetrated his dreams.
Sitaramudu (Rajendra Prasad) is passionate about acting. He used to go to different places to satisfy his desire to act dramas. Once, he will visit the village stage, drama, and a girl (Sindhu Tolani), the sister of the owner, falls in love with him. Accepting the Sitaramudu will meet his brother and says that he got married. But his brother says no. Soon after, he is bound by the nuptial knot. But she wants to stay in the village, because he feels that his brother invite you back to the family. Sitaramudu and his wife, blessed with a son named Veerababu. He is just an average guy and falls in love with Varalakshmi (Pranitha), the daughter of your uncle. However, both Varalakshmi Veerababu and does not know that both are close relatives. Varalakshmi father once to fix his marriage with Ramana (Samrat). Varalakshmi relies Veerababu to do something and he is bound by a pair of nuptial knot.
Then Sitramudu revealing flashback to say that the two are close relatives, and their marriage is valid. But he said Veerababu to marry only in the presence of all members of his family. Veerababu then try to convince the father Varalakshmi. But the father of Ramana revealing the identity of Veerababu and gets beaten black and blue. Sitaramudu when trying to convince the father Varalakshmi, they beat him so well. Unable to bear the humiliation Sitaramudu door. Will he return his wife? What kind of measures it has taken in this regard? Ramana has let him take Varalakshmi? Have Varalakshmi father realized his folly? The answers to these questions are part of orgasm.
Veera Pothana dialogues are good. He made use of colloquial language, with the birth and maintain a good depth, when the words of scripting. Mixed feelings of the writer and leisure contexts in different form of this love story village. Aravind Krishna The film is okay. He is completely described the beauty of the village with his camera. camera work, especially the songs, and the culmination of cycling competition is good. KV Krishna Reddy should be further sharp scissors to cut some scenes from the film. However, there are many boring scenes in the second half and even before the interval.
If these scenes have been shortened further, the film would have been more impressive. For the director of music as Chakri, scoring tunes for a film with a background of the village is nothing. But for now, he gave a new pair of melody. Rambabu Director tried a novel motion under known and played well on the screen problem. None of these characters have a good foundation. Symbols Tanikella Bharani and Samrat comes and goes. As regards the manuscript still director owes certain maturity in the storytelling. Hopefully he does something better in his next film.
When a director wanted to make a movie, he should take a point in mind. He must have complete control over the subject and the script. Especially when the story and screenplay are also handled by the same person who directs the movie, they should bear in mind that it was up to each scene. Bad Luck, Siddhartha great hopes for the film and all his hopes and dreams were shattered.
Credits: Photography - Aravind Krishna Editing - KV Krishna Reddy, Dialogues - Chintapalli Ramana, Music - Chakri, Lyrics - Ananta Sriram, Bhaskarabhatla, Kandikonda, Ramajogaiah Sastry, Presents - Sandeep Ramineni, Producer - L. Padmakumara Choudary, Story Screenplay and direction - Rambabu :. Banner of Sri Keerthi coalitions


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