Banner: Abhishek Pictures
Producer: Abhishek Nama
Director: Naveen Medaram
Music: Sunil Kashyap
Casting: Avasarala Srinivas, Tejaswi Madivada, Sreemukhi, Supriya Aysola, Misty Chakraborthy, Priyadarshi, Adarsh Balakrishna, Tanikella Bharani,Sudha, Annapurna, Posani Krishna Murali, Ravi Prakash and others
Madhav (Avasarala Srinivas) is a playboy who couldn't resist the temptations of having one night stands with any woman. He shares is close feelings with his close friends and relatives Uttej (Ravi Prakash) who was sent to army following his indecent behavior and Chiru (Priyadarshi).
Madhav get vexed with his life and decides to get married and settled in life. He faces various problems while searching for matches and it all boils down how he manages to convince suitable bride Radha (Misthy Chakraborthy) as his past romantic affairs with house wife Chandrika (Supriya Ayosala), youngster Parvathi (Tejaswi Madiwada), and others come haunting him.
To find out where Madhav's romantic affairs, playboy nature, marriage trials lead to, enjoy Babu Baga Busy on silver screen.
Avasarala Srinivas tried his best to attract as a s3x addict. However he failed to show right kind of expressions, emotions and body language as a playboy who couldn't control his feelings. Priyadarshi performed well as his friend with his trademark dialogues.
Misty Chakraborty is ok but she got limited role to showcase her talent as the lover of Avasarala Srinivas. Tejaswi Madiwada attracted with her hot looks in modern attire . Supriya Ayosala seduced all with her killer looks and expressions as a house wife. Sreemukhi starred in a short but important role.
Ravi Prakash, Adarsh Balakrishna, Tanikella Bharani, Sudha, Annapurna, Posani Krishna Murali and others performed according to their roles.
Sunil Kashyap's music is average. None of the songs are attractive. Background music is ok. Cinematography is good. Editing could have been better especially in the second half.
Many scenes dragged in the second half and repetitive nature killed the film. Director could have concentrated on nativity angle in the film as movie lovers do not get connected to the film at all. Production values are good.
Avasarala Srinivas to some extent
Hot scenes involving Supriya, Tejaswi, Sreemukhi
Lack of commercial elements
Lack of nativity
Naveen Medaram who made many short films and worked as VFX artist for Hollywood films made his debut as director with Babu Baga Busy. The film is a remake of Bollywood hit adult comedy Hunterrr. Bollywood film itself is inspired by Hollywood flicks like Am A S3x Addict or Steve McQueen's brilliant Shame, but in this film, characterization of hero do not inspire any confidence or sympathy.
First half though slow sails off smoothly towards interval. Interval twist interests and second half turns more romantic. However repetitive scenes and drags pulls back the film and it reaches the climax. Emotional climax is OK but is hurried ending the film abruptly when the lead pair decide to lead a happy life with hero realizing his follies.
Naveen's screenplay and direction is OK to the point and he stuck to the original without making any changes. This however became the major disadvantage as there arose lot of nativity problem. In the entire film women are shown as s3x objects without any feelings. This may anger many women organizations and with the passage of time, viewers too wonder why these women have no brains while falling for the hero.
Some of the scenes are unrealistic and idiotic like the one for example a woman sits in the airport waiting for the connecting flight and the hero comes up within two minutes she is in his car to stay in a hotel for one night. The film is filled with misogyny though the existence of s3x addicts is well shown in the film. One gets a feeling that dialogues could have been even powerful or humour could have been more cracking.
Babu Baga Busy won't be busy at the Box Office.
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