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Debutant director rambabu’s flick bava hit the theaters on friday.
The film bava, starring siddharth and praneetha, is a family entertainment film.
Based in backdrop of village, the comedy in the film definitely make you blast in laughter.
Mentioned comedian rajendra prasad has been playing critical role in the film. Actor siddharth would be seen as naughty lad in the movie. Rajendra prasad has been playing the role of siddharth’s father in the movie.
It’s a flustering experience looking at film after film that has repetitious story lines, predictable scenes, run of the mill dialogues, clichéd. . Whether or not all the synonyms in this description sound irritating, heard before, something that hurts your intelligence then this what precisely the director of Bava does to its spectators. A to the full or entire extent spectacle driven movie – attractive, green picturesque environment, pleasant visuals and a good assembly of actors, et al, it does not one thing to offer entertainment.
This drama is purely not for those who value their time and money, it is also not for the cousins, or the eligible bavas and maradallu who are on the verge of becoming married, simply because the director beats everybody exploring his potential to do what any telugu cinema couldn’t. . A weak and a terribly lame imitation of formula films. Even the hero of the film siddarth for the duration of the climax when he goes to his uncle’s house agonized by his father’s death shamelessly copies kamal hassan in every gesture.
Coming to the good things, even in a inexpensively imitative potboiler, the director has been unbelievably clever in reworking the material with the right cast, he has chosen rajendra prasad for the role of siddharth’s father without whom, the movie would have collapsed like a pack of cards. In spite of not one thing novel in rajendra prasad’s role, he brings the power, the dignity, the screen presence and the cushioning to siddharth to play around with his emotions. Also there is ahuti prasad who is charming and artful actor enhances the potboiler. Samrat who looked like a mice in panchakshari towers as a villain and shines all over the drama altho there was hardly any scope for him to carry out. This film is a perfect example of how an actor (read samrat) with passion may utilize a miniscule role to his vantage.
The original part of the film makes for an okay watch, makes you feel it’s not bad at all. Looking at siddharth is fun and engaging, he slips into various expressions with ease but he could have held his originality and moved ahead those crucial five minutes, from which the rest of the film deviated into familiar territories. The heroine (pranitha) is gorgeous, does well and shared a good chemistry with the hero. Concentration on romance was less. The last fifteen to twenty minutes is to a considerable degree insane, a comedy that was enough, could have done without brahmanandam.
Like the fixed quantum of a village, the writer too couldn’t think big, and the outcome is a mish mash of various films. Even women folk in villages are asserting themselves, they speak their mind and want to marry men who are more talented than riding a bicycle. They don’t chew nails when the man is on the last lap of winning. Eventually whether or not somebody or something have scored a point, it’s arya 2 which gets a full publicity of their ill-famed ringa ringa song and the cycle of a political party which becomes the object of attention.