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Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Review

Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Review

MOVIE NAMEVeera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu

Boxoffice70mm RATING: 1/5 (★★★★)

Starring: Nara Rohit, Sree Vishnu, Sudheer Babu, Shriya Saran

Directed by: R. Indrasena

Produced by: Apparao Bellana

Banner: Baba Creations

Music by: Mark k Robin

Release Date: 26th October 2018

” Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu “ Review:

Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayulu manages three distinctive subplots which run parallelly. One is about a young man’s missing home and the other plot manages a missing plane which is conveying Indian cricketers. The last and the key plot is about the progression of grabbing which is going on in Hyderabad. Interesting that every one of the tales is interlinked somehow or the other. What is every one of these cases? What is the connection between them? also, what jobs do Deepak Reddy(Nara Rohit), Neelima (Shriya Saran), Vinay (Sudheer Babu) and Sree Vishnu play in this setup? To know the appropriate responses.

About Movie

This film story comprises of three wrongdoing sub-plots keep running in parallel. The principal plot is about a missing plane conveying Indian cricketers and celebrities, next plot is about series of child abductions in Hyderabad city and the last one is about a young boy’s complain about his missing home. Special investigating officer Deepak Reddy (Nara Rohit) and Neelima (Shriya Saran) are appointed to plane case, S.I. Vinay (Sudheer Babu) takes a shot at missing home case. The hijacker demands 300 criminals should be killed by the government, to discharge the equivalent number of prisoners. Will the government accept his proposal? What’s the underlying connection between the three sub-plots forms the rest of the story.

Music: By Music by Mark K Robinson is disappointing but his background score was just okay.

Cinematography: By Naveen Yadav is okay in this film.

Editing: By Shashank Mali was too worst.

Direction & Written: Indrasena failed to make any positive impression with this film


Sudheer Babu as S.I. Vinay got lengthier role than other two, he did perform well. Nara Rohith as a special officer, Shriya Sharan as his colleague got limited opportunity to do any performance. Actor ‘Sri Vishnu’ who is known for the boy next door roles, played antagonist role. His getup is odd, dialogue delivery is terrible. Maybe he’ll regret doing this role for the next few years. The remaining cast is forgettable


This crime mystery genre film starts off with some abstract scenes which increases curiosity but the excitement is short-lived. Very soon audience will realize this is another weak plot film that pretends to be of a larger canvas. A plane hijack, hijacker demanding the government to kill 300 criminals to release the 300 innocent, etc points would be good on paper but in the execution is terribly poor standard. In many shots, they reused youtube video clips to depict missing plane or news channels video bytes. The gruesome child abductions, a 12-13 years young boy becoming criminal etc elements were unwarranted. There are much blood and gore in the film. Illogical ‘missing of a home ‘thread, Sri Vishnu killing 300 criminals and kidnapping many others etc elements are totally illogical. The children episodes are absurd. Overall this two hour 5 minutes of a patience-testing feature film is the worst one in recent times. 

The youthful legends Nara Rohith and Sudheer Babu are known for choosing to some degree elegant subjects. At the point when both acknowledged working for this film, interest factor has been expanded on the item. The current pattern is producing low generation cost films in a mask of homicide puzzle and ghastliness kinds. In the event that substance is solid enough, the gathering of people wouldn’t fret low spending movies. Be that as it may, this film neither has content nor creation esteems. Essayist, Director Indrasena neglected to establish any positive connection with this movie. Cinematography by Naveen Yadav is alright. Apparao Bellana creation esteems are poor.T.V serials’ single 30-minute scenes may cost more than this film. Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Review