Cast: Nagarjuna, Nagachaitanya, Ramyakrishna, Krithishetti, Nagababu Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Sampath Raj, Govind Padmasurya etc.
Production Companies: Annapurna Studios Pvt. Ltd., Zee Studios
Producer: Akkineni Nagarjuna
Directed by: Kalyan Krishna Kursala
Music: Anoop Rubens
Cinematography: J. Yuvraj
Editor: Vijay Worthan
Release Date: January 14, 2022
Bangarraju Movie Review: Akkineni Nagarjuna’s dual role film ‘Soggade Chinni Nayana’ was released in the 2016 Sankranthi season and became a super hit. At the same time, it was the biggest hit of King’s career. The movie was a huge success and the movie ‘Bangarraju’ was released as a sequel to ‘Soggade Chinni Nayana’ with the character of Bangarraju in it. The film, co-starring Nagarjuna and Nagachaitanya after ‘Manam’, was released on Friday (January 14). The songs that have already been released, the good response to the teaser .. In addition to that, the hype on ‘Bangarraju’ has been created in making the promotions grand. To what extent did ‘Bangarraju’, the only big film to hit the screens amidst huge expectations, impress the audience? Let’s see in the review.
‘Bangarraju’ is the story
Where the movie ‘Soggade Chinni Nayana’ ends .. The story of ‘Bangarraju’ starts from there. Bangarraju (Nagarjuna) who came as a soul .. fixes all his family problems and goes back to heaven. For years, Dr. Ramu (Nagarjuna) and Sita’s son gave birth to a wife, who died when he was a child. His grandmother Satya alias Sattemma (Ramyakrishna) took care of his responsibilities. When her grandson grew up .. Sattemma also died .. She went to Bangarraju in heaven. Chinnabangarraju (Nagachaitanya) also wanders around the village like his grandfather .. chasing girls. On the other hand, there are small golden king trees. Nagalakshmi (Krithishetti) becomes the Sarpanch of the town. The two do not match each other. But Sattemma thinks it would be good if the two get married. Sends Bangaraju to earth to help his grandson love. The big gold king enters the body of the small gold king .. makes the sarpanch love Nagalakshmi. Some, on the other hand, plan to assassinate the little gold king. Why did you want to kill the original little Bangaraju? Who conspired to murder? How did Bangaraja save his grandson who was in danger? How did Bangaraja thwart the plots of the evil spirits who were looking for treasures under the temple? That’s the rest of the story.
Who did it ..
The main strength of this film is the performance of Nagarjuna and Nagachaitanya. Both of them have appeared in the roles of small gold king and big gold king. The scenes between the two in the film entertain the audience. Nagachainatya’s noise is impressive every time Bangaraju’s soul is bitten. However, it is safe to say that Chinnabangarraju was more of a comma than a Chai, as Chinnabangarraju was a comrade in normal times. The fight scene where the two meet in the climax is also impressive. Krithishetti impressed with her performance as Sarpanch Nagalakshmi. Laughed with innocent words. Ramyakrishna once again showed his experience on screen as Bangaraju’s wife Satya alias Sattemma. Sampath Raj, Rao Ramesh, Vennela Kishore, Brahmaji and the rest of the cast acted within the scope of their roles.
How is it ..
Everyone knows how successful ‘Soggade Chinni Nayana’, which was released for Sankantri in 2016, was. Everyone imagined what the sequel to the movie, ‘Bangarraju’ story, was going to be like. As expected .. The story of ‘Bangarraju’ goes on in a fun and emotional way with the village atmosphere and colorful songs. Soggade .. Like the movie .. Director Kalyan Krishna has woven the story of this film by linking it to the temple and the Bangarraju family. In it, if the soul of Bangaraja comes to earth to unite his son and daughter – in – law, his grandson will come down to improve his life. Sattemma is the soul addition in this sequel. However, Soggade .. impressed .. Bangaraju was not impressed.
Fastoff runs slowly with all the routine scenes. Bangaraju, the speed of the story increases when the spirits of truths come to earth. However .. it goes on as simple as that. The Tom and Jerry War between Sarpanch Nagalakshmi and the Chinnabangarrajas was not very impressive. The noise made by the big gold king makes the audience laugh. Even in the second half, the story continues to the imagination of the viewer. Even comedy has not been a workout. The ‘whose whose pumpkin’ game scene is entertaining. The main strength of the film is the pre-climax, the climax. The last 30 minutes change the impression on the movie. The climax twist is also impressive. As for the performance of the technicians .. Anoop Rubens’ music is a plus for the film. The background music along with the songs is also nicely rendered. However, the songs that come in the movies .. seem to be an obstacle to the story. Yuvraj The cinematography is good. Vijay Worthan had to work his scissors the hardest. The production values are in line with the cinematic level.
- Anji Shetty, Witness Webdesk