Film: BENDU APPARAO RMP
Banner: Suresh Productions
Cast: Allari Naresh, Kamna Jethmalani, Meghana, Ahuti Prasad, Uttej, Srinivas Reddy, Jeeva, Kondavalasa, AVS, Raghu Babu, Telangana Sakuntala, Subhashini, Dharmavarapu, L B Sriram, Suman Shetty
Cinematography: C Jairam
Director: E V V Satyanarayana
Producer: D Ramanaidu
Release Date: October 16, 2009
A light hearted tale, the story is set on the backdrop of Bobbaralanka and here lives Bendu Apparao RMP (Naresh) who manipulates the sicknesses of people and earns money. However, his hand works well and the illness is cured. The story takes a turn when Apparao along with his friends (Uttej and Srinivas reddy) chance upon a dying man on the road. He reveals about the money he brought and pleads with Apparao to give it to his parents. Despite many efforts, Apparao fails to locate the dead man's family but given his kind heart, he builds a school in the village and at the same time, gives part of the money to both his friends and all three of them solve their problems. However, the real family lands in the village one day due to a government transfer and Apparao realizes this information soon. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a regular storyline but it was the narration that really stole the show. The presentation was alright. Dialogues were hilarious, script was good, screenplay was apt. Music was standard and songs were not that great. Cinematography was effective, editing was crisp, costumes were suitable and the art department was realistic. Allari Naresh came up with a good performance and he was energetic, Kamna looked fresh and sexy as usual, even Meghana was competent and though she was brief, her one song was sizzling, Ahuti Prasad came up with a rocker, he was excellent. Uttej, Srinivas Reddy, Kondavalasa, Jeeva, Raghu Babu, L B Sriram, Suman Shetty, Chalapathi Rao all did their bit and added value to the film. Ramanaidu was graceful. The others did their bit as required.
The film is an outright comedy but then there is also a good bit of sentiment and melodrama in proportion. While the first half just goes breezily without any issues, it is the second half that lacks the speed and goes slow due to the melodrama angle. Overall, good pace has been maintained and it must be said that the doses of comedy are quite high. The village backdrop also gives a nostalgic feeling and it is a typical Telugu filled humor. This will go well at the B and C Centers while the urban centers will attract comedy loving and youth audience. The film will yield profits to the makers.
Bharatstudent Verdict: Time pass comedy entertainer, watch it once
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