Telugu New Comedy Movie Bhale Manchi Chowka Beram Review
Noted director, Maruthi was provided the script for yet another small film titled Bhale Manchi Chowka Beram. Banking on his brand name, this film was hit the screens yesterday.
Pardhu (Naveed) and Saleem (Kerintha Nooka Raju), who get duped by a Dubai visa broker start doing odd jobs for livelihood in Hyderabad. While Pardhu works a van driver, Saleem chooses to be Courier Boy. The twist in the tale araises when Saleem picks up a wrong parcel from an ex-army man’s (Raja Ravindra) house. What is that parcel? How did it change the lives of the tow best froends? To know this, you have to watch the film on the screen.
Director Murali Krishna tried to narrate the film in an entertaining manner and succeeds to an extent. If he worked on the script and comedy sequences in the first half a bit more, the result will have been ever better. Editing was okay as the film’s runtime was reasonable. The cinematography was good as the dark and rustic frames used in the house look apt.
Kerintha fame, Nooka Raju
Bhale Manchi Chowka Beram has a few hilarious scenes in the second half. But the logicless storyline and a dragged first half are basic drawbacks.
Title: Bhale Manchi Chowka Beram
Cast: Naveed, Kerinatha Nokkaraju, Yamini Bhaskar, Mujtaba Ali Khan
Director: Murali Krishna
Producer: Satish Kumar
Music Director: Hari Gowra
Cinematographer: Bal Reddy
Editors: S B Uddhav