The multistarrer trend is currently going on in Tollywood. Not only the senior heroes, but medium range heroes are also collaborating for multistarrer films. Nara Rohit, Sudheer Babu and Sree Vishnu teamed up for a multi-starrer film ‘Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu’. Though the title hints a different story, the film is actually a mystery thriller.
Shriya Saran played the female lead in the movie. New director Indrasena marked his directorial debut with this flick. The promotional stuff increased the curiosity among the audience. The film has finally hit the screens today. Let’s check out the review of the movie.
There will three different stories which run at the same time in the movie. The primary story deals with hijack of an aeroplane which is carrying Indian cricketers and celebrities. The second story is about the child abductions in Hyderabad city and the third is a tale of a small kid who claims that his house is missing.
Special investigating officer Deepak Reddy (Nara Rohit) and Neelima (Shriya Saran) take up the flight case and the hijacker demands that the for each hostage in the flight one criminal should get killed and there are total 300 criminals. S.I. Vinay (Sudheer Babu) deals with the missing house. Is there any underlying connection between the three stories? What happens in the end? forms the rest of the story.
As an S.I, Sudheer Babu’s screen time is long when compared to the others. He did a fantastic job as a police. He delivered a great performance but his voice over is a minus point. As the audience are adapted to his original voice, it would actually take some time to get used to someone else’s voice for his role.
Nara Rohith delivered a decent performance. He took the role as a challenge and gave his best. Shriya Saran also acted really well. She looked stunning in her role and grabs the eyeballs.
Sree Vishnu got a never-played-before character in the film. He is the main antagonist in the movie and the character has a scope for performance. But Sree Vishnu could have done better. His dialogue delivery should be improved. The rest of the cast made their presence felt.
The plotline is intriguing and could have been executed well. But Indrasena made a negative impression on the audience with his terribly slow narration. His execution is also a setback. Some scenes made no sense at all.
However, the plot is somewhat interesting. The production values of Apparao Bellana under Baba Creations are just average. It seems like the producers should have been more liberal. The music by Mark K Robin is fine.
The songs are nothing special but the background music is pretty good. Cinematography by S Venkat and Naveen Yadav is good. Editing by Shashank Mali is below average. There are some scenes which are draggy. The runtime is good.
The story is engaging in the starting but will get bored with the unfolding twists. The story lives up to the mystery thriller genre but there are some visible shortcomings which actually disturbed the story flow.
The first half is good and catch but the second half falls behind in terms of engaging the audience. The climax is one of the best parts of the film. The director left some ends loose to do a sequel.
Overall ‘Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu’ is a well-acted, poorly narrated average thriller. The audience who are okay with the slow-paced stories can give it a try.