Bujjigadu (Raj Tarun) and Krishnaveni (Malavika Nair) from Bhimavaram run away from home one day. The two of them do not know each other. But, run away to escape from home-arranged marriages. However, rumors are circulating that the two got up together after jumping on the same day. Their family members in Ulu become enemies. On the other hand, Bujjigadu introduces each other by the name of Srinu .. Krishnaveni Swati. What happened after that? How many turns did the story take? What happened in the end? That is the movie.
This is a confusing comedy family drama. But old shades appear. Director Vijay Kumar’s last film ‘Gunde Jari Gallantayyinde’ Influence is mostly seen on this film. The comedy worked out well though. The director who led Fastoff well with decent comedy .. but stretched the second half a bit. Some scenes were inserted unnecessarily. They make the movie feel stretched. It would have been nice to have trimmed the second half as much as possible. The hospital scene that comes in the second half connects well to the audience. Saptagiri and Naresh competed in this scene. Except for this, the rest of the story is routine. The audience is predictable. The climax is also great, nothing new. Is routine. The main strength of this film is the comedy. The comedy scenes in between make the audience laugh out loud. The director did strong fights with Raj Tarun in this movie. They also worked out well. Hero Raj Tarun acted very easily in his style. He is the perfect selection for this role. Comedy timing is good. He got good support from Saptagiri, Madhu Nandan and Satya. The scenes that came in their combination went well. If not, the small problem here is that all the roles that Raj Tarun has done so far are the same. Looking at Bujjigadi, Raj Tarun’s past characters appear before our eyes. Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally. There is no need to say anything special about Malavika Nair anymore. We have done full justice to his character. Not only that, she looks a bit thin. The role of Heba Patel is not of much importance. She did justice to even the smallest character. Posani Krishnamurali and VK Naresh showed their seniority. Vani Vishwanath, who appeared on the screen again after a long time, showed sophistication in the role of Chamundeshwari. Satya, Saptagiri is sure to laugh every time he appears. Madhunandan, Raja Ravindra, Annapurna, Satyam Rajesh each acted according to their character range. The film manages to entertain as well as inform. The locations were screened very simply and grandly without much change. Andrew’s cinematography is very neat. The songs provided by Anoop Rubens are great. Both melodies are particularly impressive. Some of the words written by Nandyala Ravi exploded. Small little words like ‘Don’t be deceived, life is lost’ pierce. The main weakness of this film is the narrative. The director was unable to lead it in an impressive way. Editor Praveen Pudi has to say the least for his scissors.
Confusion comedy drama .. not a big workout .. let’s see once ..!