Sundeep Kishan, director Kanmani’s Beeruva title and trailer has got good response raising curiosity. Does it live up to the expectations? Read Beeruva Movie Review on Justtelugu.com…
Sanju (Sandeep kishan) is mischievous son of Surya Narayana (Naresh) and shares special relation with his Beeruva. He pesters his dad from young age leaving him in tricky situations, and despite his father advising him to do something productive, he gives a deaf ear to him. Meanwhile Naresh loses huge amount in his business, but with his son’s advice he approaches Vijayawada’s dreaded Gangster Adhikesavulu (Mukesh Rishi) for help. When his problem is resolved, Sanju elopes with Adhikesavulu’s daughter Swathi (Surabhi) and Sanju’s father gets shock of his life knowing his hidden agenda behind his idea of taking Adhikesavulu’s help. The rest of the proceedings forms the crux.
Sundeep Kishan convinces with his performance in the boy next door character. He does his best to carry the film on his shoulders, but his roles are getting routine and the actor needs to opt for better scripts.
Surabhi looks good, but she doesn’t have much to perform. She is just okay in whatever she has been offered. Anisha Singh is hot.
Sapthagiri and Shakalaka Shankar brings laughs to the movie, Naresh justifies his role and so is Ashwini. Mukesh Rishi is routine. Others are adequate.
Chota K Naidu’s camera work is on top-notch and the visuals are pleasing. Thaman’s musical scores are mediocre and so is the bgm. Goutham Raju’s editing could’ve been much better. Special mention to art department, who have done a neat job. Kanmani’s direction is disappointing. Production values of Anandi Art Creations and Ushakiran Movies are good.
Beeruva title and the trailer has caused curiosity about the movie, and added to it the expectations were increased, since the film was produced by Ushakiran Movies. We expect something interesting during the proceedings, but the screenplay is neither interesting nor gripping.
The romantic track too is poorly written and except for few scenes, Comedy is inane and proceedings looked silly. Director created curiosity keeping the title Beeruva, and we expect something different to happen, but the weak plot, lagging screenplay and bad direction played the spoilsport. The forced songs and action episodes in the second half add to boredom.
Although there are few gags that are certainly enjoyable and few scenes which are appealing, it isn’t enough for the audiences to keep glued to the screens.
All in all ‘Beeruva’ though has an interesting title and concept, it ended up as a failed attempt. Commercially, the film is hard to sustain at the box-office.
Beeruva – Neither Engaging Nor Entertaining!!!