Banner: Sri Satya Sai Arts
Producer: Arolla Satish Kumar
Director: Muralikrishna Mudidani
Casting: Naveed, Yamini Bhaskar, Kerintha Nookaraju, Raja Raveendra, Bhadram, Muztaba Ali Khan and others
Close friends Parthu (Naveed) and Saleem (Nookaraju),who gets cheated by a broker when they try to go to Dubai, makes a living doing small jobs. They try to make instant money when they come into possession of Indian defense secrets by selling them to Pakistan.
To find out where this will lead to and what connection Adarshi (Yamini Bhaskar) and retired Army Major (Raja Ravindra) has to the story, watch Bhale Manchi Chowka Beram on screen.
Naveed attracted with his performance in the lead role. Nooka Raju attracted with his comedy and his scenes with Naveed and others turned out to be the highlight in the film.
Raja Raveendra attracted showing different shades like humour and patriotism and dialogues for his role are hilarious and impressive.
Yamini Bhaskar is ok in her role and attracted with her glamor. Others performed according to their roles.
Hari Goura's music is below average. None of the songs are attractive or appealing. JB however elevated the scenes with his background score making good impact. Uddhav SB could have chopped many unwanted scenes which ended up testing the patience of the viewers.
Cinematography of Bal Reddy is good. Director Murali Krishna could have added few more twists and turns and taken care of the loopholes for better results. Production values are adequate.
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Murali Krishna came with a good point to attract viewers with a good hilarious story and also send message to the society. However though he emerged successful with the comedy scenes in the film, he failed in the narration which lacked conviction. There are many loopholes in the story and many times most of the scenes turned out to be silly. Had he worked on the story, result would have been different.
First half sails off smoothly with few glitches but second half falls flat after some extent and ends with routine climax. Murali Krishna should have balanced the first and second halves for better results.
Bhale Manchi Chowka Beram attracts to some extent.
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