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Bhale Manchi Roju Movie Review – Bhale Manchi Cinema

Movie: Bhale Manchi Roju
Cast: Sudheer Babu, Wamiqa, Saikumar, Venu, Rajya Lakshmi, Posani, Dhanya Balakrishna, Paruchuri Gopala Krishna, Vidyu, Chaitanya Krishna, Narra Srinivas, Sriram E, Praveen, Prudhvi and others
Dialogues: Arjun, Karthik
Music: Sunny M R
Cinematography: Shamdat Sainudeen
Editing: M.R.Varma
Art: Srirama Krishna
Action: Anbariv, Ram Sunkara
Producers: Vijay Kumar Reddy and Shashidhar Reddy
Story, Screenplay and Direction: Sriram Adittya T
Release date: December 25, 2015
CBFC Rating: UA
Runtime: 134

i-Rating: 3.5/5


The Story is all about the things that happened to be in a Day. Ram(Sudheer) who is cheated by his girlfriend decides to teach her a lesson. On his way he did an accident that disrupts the kidnap plans of a Shakti(Sai Kumar). He kidnaps a millionaire’s daughter Seetha(Waqima), where she runs away from the accident spot. The kidnapper keeps Ram’s friend with him and gives him few hours of time to get back Seetha. Now Ram has to find Seeta, kidnap her and bring back to the kidnapper. What happens in the next few hours is rest of the drama with the story unfolding many twists and turns. 


Sudheer Babu has got a role that suits him. He has given his best. He is going the right way by choosing interesting scripts. Waqima didn’t have much scope but she did good in her character.  Venu and his friend have done some hilarious moments. Prudhvi performance as Mallepushpam will be remembered for long. He once again entertains in the climax. Prudhvi  Posani has got a lengthy role. There are numerous characters in the film and everyone has chipped in with fine performances. Sai Kumar, Chaitanya Krishna, Dhanya, Posani, Venu, Praveen have added value to the movie. 

Technical Aspects:

Production values of the film are top notch. The makers should be lauded for believing in the script and giving a young debutant such a huge project. Camera work is top notch as the aerial shots and the way all the chases and fights have been showcased is just superb. Sunny’s background score is superb. There are few good songs too. Editing is very good. Cinematography and production design are topnotch. 

Director Sriram Aditya, this youngster makes a striking debut and impresses big time. He scores brownie points for taking an unusual story line and executing it in an interesting way. Screenplay is pretty interesting and keeps you engaged till the end.


Bhale Manchi Roju offers refreshing scenes on the screen. The story starts halfway and keeps forwarding interestingly as twists keep coming along the way. A total fun-filled ride in the first half is what we witness. The new director Sriram Aditya sets up the drama in such engrossing way. Aided by cinematographer Samdatt’s imaginative camerawork, the director (also the movie’s writer) plays with his screenplay loaded with twists.

The turns in the story all are rounded up as the story progresses by the director. Many films came earlier with the story happening in a single day but Bhale Manchi Roju has engaging screenplay and good technical values.

On the whole, Bhale Manchi Roju is very interesting crime caper with high technical and production values.


Bhale Manchi Roju is decent entertainer with refreshing screenplay. The film sets up the drama nicely.  Bhale Manchi Roju is an interesting crime comedy which is quite different from the current commercial entertainers. Entertaining narration, superb twists and a hilarious climax are huge assets for this film. 

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