Director Maruthi who is known for his adult comedies has penciled in talented actor Nani and shocked one and all with unusual combination. Geeta Arts and UV Creations productions have invested on the project. Bhale Bhale Magadivoy theatrical trailer and musical scores have garnered quite a positive interest and has raised expectations on. Did the film managed to entertain the audience? Read Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Review on Justtelugu.com…
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy-Story
Lucky (Nani) is a scientist, but suffers from a rare problem of mild memory loss. He can’t remember many things at same time and forgets the happenings when his mind gets diverted. This leads to problems, and at one instance irks a man Pandu Ranga Rao (Murali Sharma). As time passes by, he meets Nandana (Lavanya Tripathi) and by covering his problem from her, lucky wins the love of the former. Lucky gets a blow when he comes to know that Nandana is Pandu Ranga Rao’s daughter. What will Lucky do now? How will he succeed in his love with Nandana? Where does Ajay (Ajay) fit in the further story forms the rest.
Nani is charming, witty and does a highly emotional act. His histrionics and comic timing keep you entertained throughout the film. He has got into the skin of the character and delivers one of the finest performances.
Lavanya looked good, and she has good screen presence. She shared good chemistry with Nani and the duo scenes evoke laughter in the initial hour. Lavanya managed to pull off the role convincingly.
Murali Sharma has bagged a different role from his regular baddie roles, and he surprises us with his act. Ajay plays the negative role and he does a decent job. Naresh and Sitara as Nani’s parents are justifying in their roles. Praveen, Vennela Kishore and Srinivas Reddy are hilarious in their respective roles. Madhumita is apt while Sathya Krishna, Rajya Lakshmi and others are adequate.
Gopi Sunder’s music is refreshing and his background score is entertaining. Nizar’s camera work is classy and colorful. All the songs are shot neatly. Maruthi does a good job while the screenplay is entertaining. He has come up with few creative ideas, and unlike his other films, BBM is clean with healthy comedy. Editing by Uddhav is crisp. Dialogues have the needed humor and are entertaining. Production values of Geetha Arts and UV Creations are excellent
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy has an interesting and engaging concept, and majority of the proceeding relies on hero’s unique characterization and his rare problem mild memory loss. Right from the word go, the film moves at brisk pace with surprises coming up every half an hour.
Pleasing visuals and music, refreshing hilarious scenes, strong hero characterization and smart writing works towards the movie, besides Nani’s brilliant act. The proceedings are genuinely funny and though the story is kept simple, Maruthi has made it engaging without causing any boredom.
While the first half of the film has good fun, the second hour has few lags though there is no unnecessary emotional drama. Nevertheless, the proceedings are convincingly engaging. The climax however is a bit cinematic though. The chemistry between the leads and scenes between Nani and Murali Sharma are an asset for the script and proves the smart writing.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy has the right potential to set the cash registers ringing at the Tollywood box-office.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy-A laugh riot