Friday, November 12, 2010


Genre: Love story? Family Drama? Or What?

Koppireddy’s Tagline: Ammo Bava!

Analysis: Make a Bommarillu and you are working for star kid in the next movie. So are other good directors busy grooming sons of rich actor-daddys of yesteryears. What happens to talented but no background kind of heros? Simple…Bava happens to them. Bava is a run of the mill story which when narrated would have sounded pathetic for the simple reason that it’s a medley of many familiar telugu movies made umpteen number of times in such number of ways that you cant get any new screenplay out of it. But Siddharth who is helplessly waiting for a movie after his Bommarillu had to pick up what came his way without any thoughts...

Do I need to analyze this mundane story again which had no scope ofr any novel screenplay? Please no as I already wasted time and money watching this fit-for-nothing cinema.

Performances: Siddharth wasted an nice opportunity to perform in the second half and makes a mockery of the most important scenes in the climax.

Pranitha was good to watch and she acted well in almost all scenes she was in. Unfortunately it’s her second movie which is as much crap as her first movie ‘Em Pillo, Em Pillado’

Rajendra Prasad is the only saving grace to this movie and Ahuti Prasad is his routine self in this movie based in Godavari districts of AP

Bramhanandam, we all know is a joker but in this movie is a pain to watch as director wanted to sell you some of his presence in the second half and nothing else. Hero’s friends as comedians reduce this pain to some extent.

Story: A Daddy is surprised, when his son against all his wishes, marries his ladylove without the consent of their elders. The Dad is okay with the girl but not with the manner in which he married her as his Dad lead a lonely life away from relatives all his life for doing a similar mistake. It so happens that the girl is also from the same family and hence the title of the movie…Bava! Baboi Bavooi Chaloiiiiiiiiii

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Raktha Charitra

Genre: Real Life Drama, Violence

Koppireddy’s Tagline: Bloody Saga! Best Forgettable !!

Analysis: One of the most controversial politician, brutal factionist and a person who misused politics, people’s sympathy, naxalite movement and whatever else was available to him, in the real life, was glorified as a noble person with a passion for violence to overcome violence in the reel life by Ram Gopal Varma. So unfortunate

There are lil or no flaws in Ramu’s story telling but the subject chosen and his glorification of a factionist are most unwelcome elements in this movie. Though the movie was rated an expected ‘A’, it should have been better banned at the censor board.

We would all want to leave the past behind and move forward and more so when the past is full of bloodshed. Agreed it was a common thing in the rayalseema area in the past, but making a movie of a forgettable story and glorification of anti-social elements is a total needless effort. Repeating such stories, albeit for commercial interests is harmful to a democratic society which is begging to repair itself.
As if this is not enough, Ramu has made a sequel to it ready to hit screens on 19th Nov. To hell with his bloody dramas and being expermentitative to be different…Try something creative and also that useful to the society. If you(Ramu) feel making movies for society is a pain, atleast refrain from glorifying violence. For God’s sake, Will you?

Performances: Characters unfold as Ramu’s greed in making money shows behind each of them, while staking society’s interests. So Do not want to discuss any performances

Story: A forgettable bloody story worth not repeating even once!