Erra Bus telugu Movie Review
Starring : Dasari Narayana Rao, Vishnu Manchu, Catherine
Director : Dasari Narayana Rao
Producer : Dasari Narayana Rao
Music Director : Chakri
Release date : Nov 14, 2014
Rajesh (Vishnu Manchu) is a software engineer whose primary aim is to go to the US. He was raised by his grandfather in a village. One fine day, he comes across Raji (Catherine Teresa) and falls in love with her. In the due course of time, Raji accepts his love and decides to marry him. Meanwhile, Rajesh gets an onsite offer and has just three months to leave for the US. Rajesh decides to spend some quality time with his Grand father and brings him from village to his place. His grand father is a pure villager and can not adjust with the city atmosphere. Neighbours and people around are troubled by his lifestyle and behaviour. Even Rajesh’s girlfriend asks him to choose him between her and his grandfather. How Rajesh handles the situation and what does he do forms the rest of the story.
Manchu Vishnu seems to be maturing as an actor with each film. He delivers yet another noteworthy performance. He chose another role with a variety after Anukshanam and rowdy. Catherine Thresa is fine as Vishnu’s love interest and has the same routine role which every actress has in a Tollywood film. Darshakaratna Dasari Narayana Rao is very good and done his part with easy with the experience he has. He leaves a good impact in the penultimate scenes with his acting skills.
A flat and unexciting drama. Errabus fails to make the desired impact despite its decent cast. The first half explains about the fast track life that the youngsters of today lead and how a prolong stay of relatives who are from village will turn out as a problem. Overall the story lacks definitiveness. Major drawback of ‘Erra Bus’ is that its neither a heart-warming tale nor have hilarious entertainment to hit the right chord with the audience. An emotional second half and a passable first half does not connect the audience to the movie. Run time of the film is yet another major drawback, as the film could have easily been trimmed by at least 30 minutes. Emotional scenes in the film are impressive and will definitely connect with the family audiences.
The soundtracks are okay which are composed by Chakri. Cinematography served the purpose and dialogues are good in some particular scenes. Editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao is not up to the mark. Special effects in the film are not exceptional. Production values of Taraka Prabhu are fine.
If you are okay watching melodrama then go to the movie.