Bheemili Movie Review
Bhimili Kabaddi Jattu is a story of struggle and triumph through the passion for the game Kabaddi. This is a remake of a Tamil film.
Suri (Nani) lives in Bhimili and is passionate about the game of Kabaddi. He is forced by the local landlord to tend a goat herd. He along with his friends forms a kabaddi team but the team loses in every competition. During the annual jatra in Bhimili, a girl from Rajahmundry (Saranya Mohan) comes to Bhimili for the jatra and a chord of affection bonds her and Suri. The Bhimili team goes to the
Rajahmundry competitions and with the help of coach (Kishore) achieve their aim of winning a tournment after a tragic sacrifice.
Nani acquits himself well as the team leader. Saranya is more of a cosmetic addition. All others play their roles with author backed delienation.
Though the story is from a Tamil original, the rural backdrop of the film with Telugu nativity has been captured well. The incidents sometime appear contrived. The real culprit is the screenplay which does not sustain the interest of the audience. The cinematography is good. The music does not help much to uplift the film from inherent mediocrity.
Bhimil Kabaddi Jattu is a good attempt but results in an uninteresting narration that may not sustain the interest of the audience. The film is good in parts but on the whole a disappointment.
The Cast and Crew
Cast: Nani, Saranya Mohan, Kishore, Keerthi, Dhanraj, Vinay, Santosh, Kautilya, Aarti Puri and others
Music: Selva Ganesh
Camera: Chitti Babu
Producers: N V Prasad, Paras Jain
Banner: Mega Supergood Films
Director: Tatineni Saty
2.25 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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