Bhairava Geetha film review: Not a adore story


Bhairava Geetha film review
Bhairava Geetha film review Bhairava Geetha film review: The story strives to be a movement of Jayam (2002) and is presented by a bloodied filters that resemble a heading impression of RGV.

Bhairava Geetha cast: Dhananjaya, Irra Morr
Bhairava Geetha director: Siddhartha Shankar
Bhairava Geetha rating: 1 star

Bhairava Geetha is destined by 23-year-old debutant Siddhartha Shankar. He deserves a pat on a behind for creation this uninteresting film demeanour earnest in a trailer. The tagline of a film is ‘A adore story’. After examination a movie, we comprehend how dubious a tagline was.

Like many of Ram Gopal Varma’s films, Bhairava Geetha also claims to be formed on a loyal story. But a story strives to be a movement of Jayam (2002) and is presented by a bloodied filters that resemble a heading impression of RGV.

Bhairava Geetha is set in a village, where for a change a dual rivals wish to join forces, instead of perplexing to kill any other. As we might have guessed, one of a opposition squad leaders has a pleasing daughter Geetha (Irra Mor), who is well-read and lifted in an civic setting. But she is being forced to get married to a ruthless womanizer of her local town, so her extremist father (played by Raja Balwadi) can double his flesh strength.

Irra Mor plays a worn-out impression of a abounding lady descending for her father’s companion Bhairava (Dhananjaya), for apparently no good reasons. And her adore event enrages her father who wants Bhairava dead. It is really waggish how a writers and executive chose to exaggerate Raja Balwadi’s character’s loathing for a reduce caste. He calls his servants all a meant things in a universe right in front of them, though his group play deaf sanctimonious that they did not hear their trainer scornful their whole community.

Dhananjaya, who was considerable as a bad man in blockbuster Tagaru, tries his best to vitalise lifeless scenes that seem to have been created while a writers were drunk.

Ram Gopal Varma is credited for essay a story and screenplay along with Ram Vamsi Krishna. The writers have used all a old-fashioned tricks in a book to play adult a cruelty of a top standing landlords. It becomes damn elementary for us to collect a side but questions. The bloodlust and a methods an over 6-foot villain, who is a mimic of a text bad guy, uses to kill his victims immediately creates him estimable of a hate. Given that a book doesn’t have adequate piece to means an over two-long-hour narration, a filmmakers even blatantly indulge in a objectification of a womanlike lead to provoke a audience.

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