Nara Rohith, Sudheer Babu, Sree Vishnu and Shriya Saran’s crime thriller, Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu has hit the screens in the US two days before its scheduled release date. Let’s check how it is.
Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu deals with three threads which parallelly run on various mysterious investigative cases. While one of them showcases Sudheer Babu’s case, the other two are interlinked cases featuring Nara Rohit- Shriya Saran and Sree Vishnu respectively. What is the main motive of the film? Is Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayala a person’s name or a crime agency? Is there be any connection between the three missing cases? To know that, you have to wait for the film’s release in the domestic circuit.
Debutant director Indrasena’s basic idea of connecting dots between three different threads is good but he miserably failed in executing it with an engaging screenplay. Though the plotline is decent the narration is not gripping. The film’s in this crime genre have a lot of scope to insert many curious scenes, but sadly Indrasena neglected them completely.
As the film has many loopholes, one wonders why established artists like Rohit, Sudheer Babu and Shriya have signed this project. Nara Rohit is good in his role as a serious and tough investigative officer. Sudheer Babu is okay as police. Shriya Saran did an okayish job as a crime branch officer. Sree Vishnu, who is known for his boy next door roles struggled to handle his crucial role. His makeover avatar is a big letdown. Last fifteen minutes of the film where the suspense behind all the three cases revealed was executed decently.
Last fifteen minutes
A few investigative scenes
Low quality production values
Flat and not so engaging narration
All in all, Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu is a disappointing crime thriller which tests audience patience with its uneven screenplay. Except the last fifteen minutes rest of the film was boring.
Rating : 1.5/5