Film: BHEEMILI KABADDI JATTU
Banner: Mega Supergood Films
Cast: Nani, Saranya Mohan, Kishore, Keerthi, Dhanraj, Vinay, Santosh, Kautilya, Aarti Puri and others
Music: Selva Ganesh
Camera: Chitti Babu
Director: Tatineni Satya
Producers: N V Prasad, Paras Jain
Release Date: July 09, 2010
A remake tale, the story is set on the backdrop of Bheemili and here lives Suribabu (nani) who is passionate about the game of Kabaddi. He along with his group of friends play Kabaddi everyday but they fail to win competitions. An opportunity comes in the form of state level championships at Rajahmundry and though Suri is never given the chance, he wants to go there. With the help of the coach Prakash (kishore) they manage an entry. Whether the team wins the trophy, why Suri wants to come to Rajahmundry, all this forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with an interesting storyline and though the presentation was good, the narrative was weak. The dialogues were okay, the script was average and the screenplay was apt. background score was good but only one song is effective. Cinematography was decent. Editing could have been sharp. Costumes didn't have much to do while art department was natural. Nani did his bit as required and suits the role of a village boy, Saranya Mohan looks sweet and makes her presence felt, Kishore was perfect, Keerthi was alright, Dhanraj was decent, Vinay was okay, Santosh was convincing, the others added value to the film.
The film is a remake of the Tamil movie 'Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu' which was a big hit in Kollywood. However, such movies need strong screenplay. While the first half is all about the game and the romance sequences, the real story begins only during the second half. However, the film fails to connect to the audience at any given point due to directorial flaws. The technical values were good and the director could have avoided repeated sequences. Overall, the film might appeal at the B and C centers given the backdrop but it will take a lot of publicity for scoring a success.
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