Burra Katha Review



Burra Katha
2019-07-05 17:32:18

Story:

Abhiram (Aadi) is born with two brains. Because of it, he behaves differently. What happens then? What did Abhiram do to overcome it? What happens in the end? Forms story of the movie.

Performances:

Aadi has delivered a stunning performance in the movie. Based on the story, Aadhi will have two different variations in his character and the talented actor has portrayed them really well. Mishti Chakraborty will definitely impress the audience not only with the beauty but also with her performance. Naira Shah looked stunning and also delivered a decent performance in the film. Rajendra Prasad got a meaty role in this movie and he has delivered a decent performance in the film. Abhimanyu Singh's energetic performance in the movie is too good. Posani Krishna Murali's comedy timing is extraordinary. 30 years Prudhvi will also make the audience laugh. Jabardasth Mahesh and Prabhas Srinu are good in their roles. The rest of the cast also made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:

Director Diamond Ratna Babu has prepared an interesting story for the film but he failed to narrate it in a engaging way. Though his pace of narration is fluctuating, he has succeeded in increasing the dosage of entertainment to keep the audience engaged. Production values by Deepala Arts banner are very rich. Considering that the movie is a small budget one, the producers have invested enough amounts for the film. Music by Sai Kartheek is okay. A couple of songs came out well and also his background score elevated the scenes well. Cinematographer C Ram Prasad did a good job. Editing by M R Varma is neat.

Verdict:

Though the movie doesn't have a solid story, the non stop entertainment itself will impress the audience. But it is not everything that can help a movie to become a winner. The first 15 minutes of the film itself will reveal the main concept and the entire story is based on that simple concept. Though some of the comedy scenes felt dragged, the director's interesting screenplay and the performances will keep the audience entertained. The first half features the character introductions and the story establishment whereas the second half is complete fun. Keeping some of the dragged scenes aside, comedy timing worked out well. To conclude, 'Burra Katha' is not very entertaining.

Rating: 2/5
 

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