Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Review, What’s Behind: Being tagged as adult comedy director, Maruthi shocked one and all by selecting Nani as hero for this film and won clean U certificate from Censor Board. These exciting elements are enough for all of us to keep an eye on how Maruthi used Nani? To know that, let us get into Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Review.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Story: Introducing the hero’s character from childhood suffering with mind diversion (Mathi Marupu), the child grows as Lucky (Lucky) working in crop research field with loving father and mother (Naresh, Sitara). It’s time for Lucky to marriage and his father brings up a matrimonial alliance with strict man Pandu Ranga Rao (Murali Sharma). Obviously, Lucky falls prey for his own weakness by forgetting the time to meet Pandu Ranga Rao. Very immediately, Lucky is in love at first sight with Nandana (Lavanya Tripathi). By covering his mind diversion syndrome with a hilarious knack, Lucky wins the love of Nandana by cheating her. When Lucky has to meet Nandaana’s father, who is none other than Pandu Ranga Rao, the real problem begins. Meanwhile comes in SI Ajay (Ajay) with sole motive to marry Nandana. How Lucky lives each day dangerously playing in between Pandu Ranga Rao, Ajay and Nandana is rest.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Artists and Technicians: The free-flowing Nani is at best of his comic and witty timing in this film after ‘Ala Modalaindi.’ His natural elegance to improvise every scene with superb body language and utmost determination eventually helped Lucky’s character to connect easily with audience. At every moment of narration, Nani is the very backbone for complete movie. Lavanya Tripathi is superbly gorgeous articulating well into the role. Her chemistry with Nani is so genuine and you just enjoy every moment of their presence together on screen. Lavanya demonstrated her masterly acting skills in a meaningfully designed character. Murali Sharma as a doting father oozed high quality feel goodness. His performance in pre climax is a part of intelligently twisted screenplay. Ajay is ok as adversary. Praveen, Vennela Kishore and Srinivas Reddy arrayed non-stop comic entertainment. Madhumita is perfect as Lavanya’s Vadina while senior Naresh, Sitara took some onus in filling emotion and fun of second half. Among the rest, Sathya Krishna, Rajya Lakshmi and others struck to their portions.
For common audience acknowledged with Maruthi kind of adult treatment are sure to remain shell shocked with clean and neat entertainment approach followed here. Nowhere do we see the old traits of Maruthi. Even in hardest of times when tempo appears to fall down during second half with lack of content, Maruthi remained unfaithful to his past image. Dialogues are written with proper care adding a lighter comic vein in every line. Screenplay primarily drives on hero characterization and his weakness. Every episode written as a part of narrative is finally tagged to Nani bringing in logical stability despite the Mind Diversion syndrome is used far above the realistic sense. Direction wise, all in all this is a new flavor from Maruthi. Music by Gopi Sunder is one more lifeline. Majority of the songs, especially the title song is worth humming. Rest of the songs stood well in situational demand. Camera work from Nizar is so adequate and Uddhav’s editing is forever reliable for Maruthi films. On production front, Geetha Arts and UV Creations struck to their quality of name and fame.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Rating Analysis: These days, neat family entertainers with humorous treatment and clean execution are rare to find. Maruthi showed an opposite shade in him by delivering a hale and healthy product devoid of double meaning and filthy dialogues. Nani is sure to enjoy this break with central character strongly registered and connected with patrons. Except for the last 20 minutes, Maruthi struck to his new and refreshing energy throughout. However, his best touch prevailed majorly in first half while many episodes looked pale and anemic without weighty content in second half.
All the hilarious elements in the love track of Nani, Lavanya including that of Munna Bhai carom board spoof or Nani, Murali Sharma encounters are deftly handled. This leaves interval block to close on a hit note with mixed bag of father-daughter emotions, romantic angle, high dosed fun etc. When much more is demanded in second half, Maruthi wrote few clichéd sub plots to fill the time gap using Ajay and Srinivas Reddy. The novel and caress shown in first half went missing in later portions. A commercial climax with heavy duty action on Nani also remained in non-sync. Despite all such drawbacks, thanks to Maruthi for well exploiting Nani, Lavanya and Murali Sharma which results in a worthwhile 3.25 star rating.
Commercially, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy is a sure shot hit product to keep ticket windows busy with youth and family audience gathering at theaters. If you are willing to enjoy a family weekend, this is your Bhale Bhale choice.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Cinejosh Verdict: Clean and Neat, Humorous Entertainer.
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Cinejosh Rating: 3.25/5.0
Reviewed by Srivaas