Bhale Bhale Magadivoi Movie Review

Sep 4, 2015

Andhrapulse brings Bhale Bhale Magadivoi Movie Review this friday. Nani, Lavanya Tripathi are seen in lead roles. Maruthi directed this film and produced under GA 2 Banner and UV Creations jointly.

Read Nani's Bhale Bhale Magadivoi Movie Review below.

Story:

Lucky (Nani) is lucky going who suffers memory loss which leads him to lose all the top matches in his marriage proposals. One fine days Lucky comes across Nandana (Lavanya Tripathi) and falls for her in love at first sight.

Lucky who thinks Nandana will misunderstand if she comes to know the memory loss problem will be avoided by Lucky. Meanwhile, Nandana who convinces Lucky to meet her dad will be of twist ?

What is the twist? Who is Nandana's Dad is rest of the story.

Performances:

Nani is the biggest asset to the film. His role is the heart of the film. He rocked with his well timed scenes and comic expressions.

Lavanya Tripathi is decent as Nandana and looks perfect beside Nani

Ajay looks terrific and his role goes on powerful and hilarious note

Vennela Kishore and Srinivas Reddy justifies thier respective roles with entertainment.

Plus Points

Nani's Timing and perfection in role

Lavanya Tripathi's glamor

Songs

Entertainment scenes between Nani and Gang

Minus Points

Slow Narration in Second Half

Weak Climax

Predictable Story

Dragging Scenes

Technical Analysis

Director Maruthi scores a hit with decent story line this time and gets all his credits washing his previous tracks.

Songs by Gopi Sundar is decent and gets a good response in theaters too.

The production values by GA2 Movies and UV Creations are lavish

Analysis:

Bhale Bhale Magadivoi Movie is all about Nani's role and the way he faces problems with mind memory loss. Maruthi has dealt it in the way with perfection in comedy and sentiment scenes too.

The first half goes on entertainment and love tracks between the lead pair. The second half is all about the life of Lucky and his Love with his Memory Problem.

There are few bored scenes in the film, but the director has played it safe with comedy. Climax is wrapped up with no twists and turns.

Finally:

Clean Entertainer