Brother of Bommali Review
Cast: Allari Naresh, Karthika Nair, Monal Gajjar
Producer: Ammiraju Kanumilli
Director: B Chinni Krishna
Music: Sekhar Chandra
Release Date: 7-11-2014
Rama Krishna (Naresh) and Lakshmi (Karthika) are twins. Ramu is a simple guy and is very innocent while his sister Lakshmi is very courageous. Lakshmi dominates Ramu in each and every aspect from the beginning. She saves her brother when ever he gets into trouble. In the mean time, Ramu comes across Shruthi (Monal Gajjar) and falls in love with her. Their love becomes successful and they decide to get married. However, Ramu’s family says he can only marry after his sister Lakshmi gets married. But, Lakshmi tells them that she will marry only Harshavardhan Rane (An IAS officer), whom she loves a lot. But harshavardhan is already engaged to some one else by the time they approach him. The rest of the story is weather Harshavardhan rane is convinced? will he marry Lakshmi or not? Will naresh marry his love Shruthi?
Allari Naresh and karthika did decent jobs in their respective roles and Karthika proved that she can even do a different kind of role apart from the regular glamour roles. Allari Naresh is as usual hilarious with his style of punches and handled the comedy part effortlessly. Monal Gujjar did a decent job in her role. The way brother and sister relationship has been showcased is also good. Vennela Kishore is very good as the funny boss, and plays his part well. Srinivas Reddy and his group of friends ably support Naresh, and bring in hilarious comedy punches throughout the film.
The entire first half is very entertaining. Comedy, romance and fun elements during this period have been executed brilliantly. The seconf half is predictable and has been dragged a lot. The movie does not keep the tempo or the energy which it created during the first half and the climax is also not effective. Director used many situations from popular movies and blended them very well in this film. Director has used too many artists and hence was not able to extract much from them as their roles were limited.
Production values are decent. Camerawork is routine and does not hold anything special. Dialogues have been written brilliantly. One liners are hilarious. Music of the film is just OK and all songs have been shot decently. Coming to the director Chinni Krishna, he had maintained the tempo throughout the first half but falters slightly during the second. Fights composed by Ram Lakshman are good.
If you are not interested in story and only wants entertainment with some comedy then you can watch brother of Bommali.