‘U/A’Certified, 2 hrs 12 mins
What Is the Film About?
The short way to tell would be, there is a psycho killer on murder spree and cops are behind him to catch him. The more extended version would be much difficult to explain, so we leave it at that, which is easier to understand.
How Is Naara Rohit’s Performance?
Sudheer Babu, Nara Rohit, and Sree Vishnu are the three main leads in the order of appearance. They all have equally important roles when seen from a narrative perspective. But, the direction is so weak and inadequate that none shine as performers even though they have the scenes to do so. The biggest casualty among the three concerning the acting is Sree Vishnu. He might have transformed physically, but his body language is the same. For the character that is given to him, it comes across as lame and exposes his inadequacies.
Direction by Indrasena R?
Okay, so the director of the movie is Indrasena R. With around four times credits in the film, the director may be warning the viewers they better not forget his name or maybe it’s his confidence in the product and that people would want to know his name and hence so many credits.
Now that we assuredly know Indrasena is the director of the movie let us also tell that he has also provided the story and screenplay. In short, he has to take responsibility for the entire failure of the film.
The fundamental character of the protagonist or rather than antagonist comes from a kind of anger towards the unjust happening in the society. It is relatable, and we have seen, in the past few characters with similar traits. There are also Hollywood inspirations too with dialogues being used as it is at times.
Unfortunately, the execution is way too contrived and silly to make an impression. The screenplay and weak writing further enhance the negative impact. There is no respite in either of the halves of the movie apart from the moment when a twist is revealed. Generally, such revelations are supposed to elevate the proceedings or make one go wow, but here it evokes hysterical laughter due to the silliness of it all.
The lack of engaging moments with so much happening is the biggest problem with the movie. The direction is to fault here. It is terrible. So, we have Indrasena here who fails in the entire departments he handles except for the basic story idea. Do we still have to say how bad the film is?
Shriya Saran and Others?
There is Shriya Saran in the movie, but she is not a typically romantically inclined heroine. She plays one of the character and looks totally uninterested in doing the part. It is visible on the screen. Apart from the leading names, the film also has few known faces who usually do small bits and pieces roles. It is the same here. Shashank is wasted.
Music and Other Departments?
Mark K Robin and Echo King have provided the music and background score. It is the only alright part technically if we ignore the English songs that come across as wannabe more than anything. The cinematography is terrible, and the editing is messy. An already messy screenplay is turned into a complete mess by the editing. The dialogues are silly.
Better acting, screenplay and direction is the first thing that comes to our mind looking at the story in hand.
Did I Enjoy It?
Will You Recommend It?
Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Review by Siddartha Toleti
A crime thriller has gone horribly wrong in execution. Short films have better quality in making than what is at the display here.
– Finally, the twist of Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu is revealed. The movie is heading towards the climax.
– Nara Rohit and his team finally get the sketch of Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu (Sree Vishnu).
– Sudheer Babu makes progress in the missing home case. His father commits suicide. He is trying to chase the mystery behind the suspicious death.
– Sree Vishnu demands Shriya and Nara Rohit to kill another 300 criminals. This time he reveals the live footage of the hostages.
– Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu second half started. Sree Vishnu enters the show. His styling looks odd.
First Half Report:
Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu first half totally runs on a short film standard. Hope, the second half has something better.
– On the other hand, kids kidnapping case and the home missing case is progressing. The dots are being connected. Sudheer Babu kills a suspect. Interval.
– Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu (Sree Vishnu) came up with a demand that Nara Rohit and Shriya Saran should kill 300 criminals in the society, in return he would be releasing one hostage for every murder they do.
– Sree Vishnu calls Nara Rohit and says he has highjacked the flight, presents himself as Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu. He asks that Neelima (Shriya Saran) should work with him.
– Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu show started. Multiple stories are running in parallel. Nara Rohit (Deepak Reddy) assigned to track down a missing flight carrying Cricketers, Sudheer Babu (police) dealing with a kid’s complaint of a missing home. And meanwhile, another kid goes missing in the City.
Preview: Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu
A couple of his recent past films made us think that Nara Rohit moved away from experimental films and there remained nothing like experimental kind of concept in his recent releases. Once again, ‘Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu‘ (VBNR) seems to have that stuff that can prove us wrong.
This is an experimental film attempted by director Indrasena using linear narration method and with not one hero but with four lead actors aka Nara Rohit, Sudheer Babu, Sree Vishnu and Shriya Saran. All the four are seen on the posters together making us believe so.
Indrasena claims again and again that the concept will be totally different and only towards the culmination of the movie, one would understand the perspective of the linear narration. That sounds a bit complex. Hope, the movie unfolds the complexity in a simple way creating excitement instead of confusing.
This is definitely a crucial movie for Nara Rohit, the hero who needs to score a decent hit to be in the race. Otherwise, he would remain a hero who keeps on doing films without any impact. Will this movie add to the number or would quality speak for Nara Rohit and his choice of films?
The teaser was impressive but the trailer could not live up to the teaser. Nevertheless, if there is good content in this crime-thriller, a good word of mouth from the opening shows from the US premieres can do wonders in the Telugu States. Let’s wait for the audiences’ verdict on VBVR.
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Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu US Premier Gross – $17,092.