Bedurulanka 2012 Movie Review: Kartikeya, has just released the comedy-drama Bedurulanka 2012.
Bedurulanka 2012 Movie Review: Kartikeya, has just released the comedy-drama Bedurulanka 2012.

Bedurulanka 2012 Movie Review: Kartikeya, has just released the comedy-drama Bedurulanka 2012.

Bedurulanka 2012 Movie Review: In the Midst of Uncertainty, a thought-provoking blend of humor and satire.

Rating: 2.75 out of 5

Filmmaker: Clax

Ravindra Benerjee Muppaneni is the producer.

Mani Sharma, director of music

Sai Prakash Ummadisingu and Sunny Kurapati are the film directors

Viplav Nyshadam, editors

Story:

The film (Bedurulanka 2012), which is about avarice and human impulses, is set in the year 2012 in a fictional village called Bedurulanka. On December 21, 2012, Bhushanam (Ajay Ghosh) and his gang attempted to profit off people’s fears of the impending end of the world. However, villager Shiva (Kartikeya) tries to upset the apple cart. For this, Shiva enlists the aid of his companion and love interest Chitra (Neha Shetty). The central conflict of the novel is how Shiva reveals Bhushanam and his gang’s true nature.

Plus Points:

The film (Bedurulanka 2012) attempts to convey a nice message. It is neatly demonstrated how a few dishonest godmen attempt to profit off of the people’s gullible beliefs.

Neha Shetty is talented as a country belle, and she and Kartikeya got along well.

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Negative Points:

Although the movie has an intriguing beginning, the plot lacks coherence. Some of the first half’s passages dodged questions, which somewhat lessened their power.

The intermission is fine, but the events that follow are unimpressive and poorly handled. The movie becomes monotonous at this point. One-liners are amusing for a split second, but there are better ways to depict the chaos that people experience during the end of the world.

The middle of the drama is confusing, which drags down the mood. The film briefly becomes a rocky ride because the final song isn’t very good. LB

Technical Details:

The background music, composed by Mani Sharma, complemented the movie’s central concept. Vennello Aadapilla stands out from the other songs when it comes to the songs. Sai Prakash Ummadisingu and Sunny Kurapati’s stunning cinematography beautifully captures the picturesque make-believe village. There was room for improvement in the editing. The production quality is acceptable.

Regarding the film’s novice director, Clax, he tried to narrate it in a fun way while picking a really engaging subject. While most of the beginning and conclusion are interesting, the middle is unimpressive. But the concept, the backdrop, and the performances are what keep the movie moving.

Verdict:

Ajay Ghosh, Srikanth Iyenger, and Kartikeya did a nice job. Although the main idea is incredibly intriguing in and of itself, its full potential has not been realized. Bedurulanka 2012 also needed to be finished sooner.

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