Babu Baga Busy Movie review
Cast: Srinivas Avasarala, tejaswi Madivada, Mishti Chakraborthy, Supriya Aysola, Sreemukhi.
Director: Naveen Medaram
Babu Baga Busy Movie review: Babu Baga Busy, a remake of the 2015 Bollywood film Hunterr, takes after the life of a sex who is addicted, Maddy otherwise known as Madhav (Srinivas Avasarala). At the point when Maddy goes gaga for Radha (Mishti Chakraborthy), the conflict between his strange sexual conduct and his love for the young girl that surfaces through a progression of occasions structures the core of the film.
BABU BAGA BUSY Movie review: Although as a grown-up drama Babu Baga Busy gathered a considerable measure of intrigue, the director was definitely not strong with this film. He adhered so intently to the first that there isn’t much to watch in the Telugu remake.
It appeared like Srinivas Avasarala was carring the entire responsibility of the film. What’s more, in spite of the fact that he has so far observed in healthy family performers, the actor got into the character of a sex addict truly well. On-screen Actress Mishti, then again, looked great on screen, however her performance is forgettable and the same went for Tejaswi Madivada as ‘Paru Menon’.
Sreemukhi’s cameo was a treat for her fans, while Supriya Aysola figured out how to do her part as Chandrika convincingly. Be that as it may, at last, they were simply recently pretty faces.
The motion picture’s screenplay is out and out irritating as it backpedals and forward into Madhav’s childhood and his present. While these flashbacks do give us a knowledge into his past flings with Paru Menon (Tejaswi) and a married neighbor Chandrika (Supriya Aysola), they can be very boring for the watcher. A portion of the scenes delineated in the motion picture are additionally excessively uncouth, and may just run well with the audiences of B and C centres.
Music by Sunil Kashyap, notwithstanding, adds flavor to the motion picture. Production quality is alright, considering this is a standard introduction for the Abhishek Nama.
Generally speaking, the film has not a lot to offer. The comedy crashes and burns. The story neglects to draw in the viewer. The dominant part of cast’s performances are lifeless. For people who have seen the Hunterr movie already, the remake is a significant boring watch. You can give this film a miss without the slightest hesitation.