Bangarraju Movie Wiki, Review, Rating, Story, Casting, Release Date, Trailers 2022 | Kalyan Krishna, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Naga Chiatanya Akkineni, Ramyakrishna, Krithi Shetty

BangarrajuBangarraju Rating: 2.5/5

Director : Kalyan Krishna


 Nagarjuna Akkineni

Naga Chiatanya Akkineni


 Krithi Shetty


Genre : Comedy , Fantasy

Release Date : January 14th, 2022




Chinna Bangarraju is taking forward his granddad Bangarraju's tradition of being an enormous tease. His stressed grandma anyway needs to guarantee he's not forlorn any longer before she passes on.


With Bangarraju, Kalyan Krishna regroups with Soggade Chinni Nayana. While he endeavors to associate the strings to the two movies, he neglects to infuse some newness in a done and tidied script. The film depends vigorously on Akkineni fans' fervor at seeing Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya together in one casing. Yet, is sufficiently that to make this the ideal Sankranthi watch?

Chinna Bangarraju (Naga Chaitanya) has grown up without his folks being taken care of by his grandma Satyabhama (Ramya Krishnan). His dad Ram Mohan (Nagarjuna) passes on him under her consideration and gets back to the US after the downfall of his better half Seetha (Lavanya Tripathi) in labor. Notwithstanding hailing from a family that is entrusted with caring for the nearby sanctuary, he grows up imparting a troublesome relationship to God due to losing his friends and family right off the bat throughout everyday life. Rather than taking care of the town, he takes a break by playing games and irritating Naga Lakshmi (Krithi Shetty), who is the sarpanch's (Rao Ramesh) girl. Satyabhama enrolls her better half Bangarraju's (Nagarjuna) help to assist their grandson with settling down, yet much to their dismay what they will help him from peril as well. 

Bangarraju begins well. There's pearls uncovered from under the sanctuary. There's additionally a snake that is monitoring a similar construction. A cleric has vile premonition. Incredibly, Bangarraju is making joyful with Rambha-Urvasi-Menaka in paradise as opposed to being a tease his direction through a lot of hardship. Chinna Bangarraju is idiosyncratic; Naga Lakshmi is a hyper pixie beauty queen who's painted out to be stupid only for a couple of chuckles. Satyabhama is that grandmother who can't continue on (in a real sense) till she sees her grandson cheerful. Smash Mohan has returned to doing what he excels at - overlooking his family. Daksha Nagarkar, Meenakshi Dixit play appearances. It's all high on dramatization, coming up short on rationale and giggles, yet convincing to the point of making you need to endure, on account of brilliant numbers.

In any case, soon Kalyan Krishna attempts to pull off turns that appear to be put for it and present old characters (Sampath Raj) past the point of no return into the story by associating them to new characters like Aadi (Padma Soorya), who starts to look lost inevitably. He likewise starts to strip off the layers of Chinna Bangarraju yet loses the plot halfway through. The string in Soggade Chinni Nayana is supplanted by a ring and in no time, Faria Abdullah is moving to Vaasivaadi Tassadiyya which brings some help. However at that point again assuming you're anticipating tunes, is the story actually all that locking in? Bangarraju starts to appear as though a clearly long film that doesn't actually have anything new to tell. It simply seems like old wine in another jug.

Nagarjuna carries a simplicity to his characters as usual and shows more variety among Bangarraju and Ram Mohan than Naga Chaitanya does as Chinna Bangarraju, when he's moved by Bangarraju. Certainly, the sluggish movement shots that include both the entertainers in a single casing is cool and all, particularly towards the fag end of the film, yet perhaps somewhat more humor would've made all the difference. Krithi in all actuality does well in a person that doesn't actually give her extension to perform. Ramya Krishnan is an outright joy as usual. Anup Rubens' music is fun and squeezes all the way into the story. Cinematographer Yuvaraj likewise pulls off the visuals well. The powerless VFX anyway is a let-down and doesn't allow you to submerge into the story.

With everything taken into account Bangarraju may take the narrative of Soggade Chinni Nayana forward, however the film fails to measure up to its ancestor. Furthermore that makes it a tolerable watch this Sankranthi.

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