Naga Chaitanya’s “Bangarraju” Review and Rating


Bangarraju introduces Naga Chaitanya as the playboy of the village, Ramya Krishna and Nagarjuna play his parents. They seem to have passed away, but watch their son from heaven, protecting him from a few problems.

Bangarraju Cast

Naga Chaitanya, Nagarjuna, Ramya Krishnan, Krithi Shetty

Bangarraju Director

Kalyan Krishna

Bangarraju Synopsis

Bangarraju movie starts from where Soggade Chinni Nayana finished. The nominal person is presently in heaven and Chinna Bangarraju (Naga Chaitanya) carries forward the legacy. He is the playboy of Sivapuram town. Yet, he can’t get it right with Naga Lakshmi (Krithi Shetty), the neighborhood Sarpanch. In the meantime, certain individuals have peered toward Sivapuram Temple’s wealth. They can’t take it except if Chinna Bangarraju is. For what reason does Bangarraju (Nagarjuna) return to earth, and how he helps Chinna Bangarraju, actually and against underhanded powers, frame the general plot.Bangarraju

Bangarraju Cast Performance

Akkineni Nagarjuna is playing the main character of Bangarraju. It is a perfect role made for him, and that is apparent in each casing, with him overflowing energy and allure as no one but he can. There are no huge emotional minutes here. It is a light-hearted part and Nagarjuna breezes through the whole thing. Naga Chaitanya plays a similar person with all its personality qualities, and afterward when we see the contrast between the two. The difference in the screen presence is palpable. Besides the mannerism that connects to the original Bangarraju, there is nothing else in it for Naga Chaitanya.

Krithi Shetty looks a million bucks, as usual, and does well. No matter how good she is, it is a different skill to elevate routine with the dialogue delivery and mannerism. Krithi Shetty isn’t there yet.  Ramya Krishna, who played a significant role in the original, doesn’t get the same importance. There are numerous recognizable faces other than the ones referenced like Rao Ramesh, Sampath Raj, Vennela Kishore, and Jhansi. They all do their parts enough, however, the daily schedule and unsurprising person curves don’t make anybody stick out.Bangarraju 1

Bangarraju  Direction Analysis

Kalyan Krishna gets back to heading after a gap. The main thing for him is that he is back in his familiar zone of the Akkineni’s. It shows in Bangarraju, where he draws in (tolerably) in spite of a standard reason very dissimilar to his past works. Coming to Bangarraju, it is an immediate continuation of Soggade Chinni Nayana. It takes off from where the first finished and afterward pushes ahead in time presenting Naga Chaitanya as Chinna Bangarraju. While the town set-up and the celebration vibe Bangarraju produces is great, the issue with the film is likewise right away known. It is clear in the main thirty minutes that Bangarraju will not have the passionate allure or association like the first. Regardless of how enthusiastically one attempts not to differentiate Bangarraju and Soggade Chinni Nayana, it can’t be helped. There is too much similarity and reuse of the space from the original to not think of it. The anticipated beats that Bangarraju follows make it a tolerable watch during the first hour. The endeavor here is to furnish a performer with little turns in the story. Tragically, there isn’t anything outstanding regardless. The final part proceeds with a similar example as the first. There is a major square committed to amusement and it is trailed by mass minutes including the story. The entire thing works in parts. A few minutes intended for the fans are fine, however, one can see the outrageous consistency even in those parts. The peak is again okay as the seniors, Nagarjuna and Ramya Krishna, do their magic. . It is as yet an acceptable watch for the cast, setting, and celebration environment. Check it is out to observe some country scenery fun

Bangarraju Music and Technicals

Anup Rubens’s music isn’t quite so fruitful as the first, yet he has held the original feel. It likewise helps him that the melodies have been shot well outwardly. The cinematographer Yuvaraj has made a fab showing keeping a bright celebration and town air vibe all through. The editing by Vijay Vardhan K might have been something more. The film should have been keener narratively. The composing is okay.

Bangarraju Trailer

Bangarraju Rating