Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Casts Nara Rohit , Shriya Saran , Sree Vishnu , Sudheer Babu in lead roles.
Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu is directed by Indrasena R under Baba Creations banner. It is produced by Apparao Bellana, and music composed by Mark k Robin
Basically the story consists of three crimes - One the flight traveling with celebrities, along with cricketers, gets hijacked, At the same time kidnapping of orphaned children in the city will create turmoil. And the third case is about a small kid files a complaint in the police station about his missing house.
Special investigating officer Deepak Reddy (Nara Rohit) and Neelima (Shriya Saran) are investigating the flight highjack case, S.I. Vinay (Sudheer Babu) looks at missing house case. The flight hijacker demands the government to kill more than 300 criminals to release 300 prisoners. Who hijacked the flight? Did the government accept the hijacker demand? what is the interlink between these cases form the rest of crux..
Sudheer babu is seen in a lengthier role compared to all other lead actors in the film. But Sudheer voice can be considered as the drawback to film and he does not give his own voice, his dubbing is not connected to the audience. For the first time Sudheer Babu is seen in a police role, he justified his role. Nara Rohit and Shriya appeared on the screen less time and there was little chance to prove themselves. Sree Vishnu has tried different role, but his dialogue delivery is disappointing.
The story is interesting with three crime stories but director can't able to execute properly on screen. Slow narration and poor script test audience patience. Production values are terrible, Music by Mark K Robin is good. Editing could have been better.
Begining 30 minutes of the film is engaging which raise the curiosity in the audience. However, the director failed to make the seat edge thriller. The first half is better when compared to the logic fewer scenes in the second half. The last 15 minutes are interesting but they look to save the film
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