Movie Review: Burra Katha
Director: Diamond Ratna Babu
Producer: Kiran Reddy, Srikanth Deepala
Music Composer: Sai Karthik
Starring: Aadi Sai Kumar, Mishti Chakraborty, Naira Shah
Release date: 5th July 2019
Aadi Sai Kumar and Mishti Chakraborty starrer Burra Katha, directed by Diamond Ratnababu, and jointly produced by Kiran Reddy, Srikanth Deepala, has finally hit the theaters today. Let’s see the storyline of Burra Katha.
( Burra Katha Review ) Story:
Abhiram (Aadi Saikumar) is a man born with two brains – splitting into the massy Abhi and classy Ram. He shows dual personalities. What troubles does he face in his life? How does his life shape up? What happens when Aadi falls in the love of Happy ( Mishti Chakraborty)? To get these answers, one should watch the movie on silver screen.
· Comedy Scenes
Performance: Aadi Sai Kumar gives his fantastic performance. His facial expression, performance and body languages are good. He shows the difference between the two characters. Mishti Chakraborty performs well. Naira Shah has delivered her best. Abhimanyu Singh in the role of Villain is good. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: The Cinematographer has done an admirable job behind the camera. The highlight undoubtedly is editing, who keeps the story moving, pacing it brilliantly, and maintaining both the comic as well as the gruesome bits. Art department did a very nice job. Production values are good. But Diamond Ratna Babu became fail to deliver a good content oriented movie. The editing is just ok The dialogues of the movie should have been sharper to create an impact.
Analysis: Diamond Ratna Babu, who has previously written for the movie like like Gayatri and Luck Unnodu makes his directorial debut with Burra Katha which is all about the story of a man with two brain. But Burra Katha fails to impress a the audiences and it looks like this is yet another fail for Aadi Saikumar.