Balagam Movie Review and Rating Movie Review: Balagam Director : Venu Yeldandi Producer: Harshith Reddy, Hanshitha Reddy, Dil Raju Starring: Priyadarshi, Kavya Kalyan Ram, Sudhakar Reddy, Muralidhar Goud, Roopa Music : Bheems Cicerolio Release Date : 3rd March, 2023 Rating: 3/5 Balagam Movie Review: Priyadarshi, Kavya Kalyan Ram, Sudhakar Reddy, and others starrer Balagam has hit the theaters today. Let’s see the story of Balagam. Story: Sailu (Priyadarshi) gets ready for marriage. He incurs debts in the name of business and loses. He wants to settle the debts with the dowry money he will receive after marriage. But at the same time his grandfather Komuraiya (Sudhakar Reddy) dies unexpectedly. Sailu's marriage is ruined by his death. How does Sailu pay off his debt? What is the reason for the quarrels between Komuraiya's sons and daughters? How does he bring his aunt's family closer to his father? Why does the distance between the two families increase? How do they finally become one? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Balagam on the silver screen. Plus points: · Performance · Sudhakar · Priyadarshi · Direction · Telangana accent Minus Points: · Few scenes boring · Slow narration Performance: Komuraiya' role is only for the first fifteen minutes but the whole movie revolves around that character. Sudhakar does justice to the role of Komuraiah. And Jayaram, who plays the role of Ailaiah, shows his stubbornness, perseverance, anger and love all at the same level. Priyadarshi as Sailu makes us cry at the end. Kavya Kalyan Ram does not get much screen space to act. Muralidhar Goud, Vijayalakshmi, Rachcha Ravi, Krishna Tej are ok. Rest of the cast perform of Balagam accordingly. Technical: It is not common to make a film around death and show all kinds of emotions in it. As a director, Venu Yeldandi succeeded in giving the message he wanted to convey around death. He has shown Telangana accent and life style well on screen. The music, songs and the Cinematography is good. The songs are also in Telangana style which is a plus point. At the time of death, the violence in the villages has been shown realistically. The scenes and dialogues why the crow does not touch Komuraiya are mind-blowing. All the departments like editing and art department are done well. The production values are good. Analysis: In the past, there have been many movies in Telugu with stories of misconceptions and misunderstandings between family members and the hero solving them. Even though the core point of Balagam is the same, director Venu Yeldandi showed diversity in the first film by directing this film. He brought out comedy, sentiment and all kinds of emotions well. But there will be no big twists in this movie. It goes on slowly. Some may find this movie boring. But it is connected with Telangana nativity. Coming to the second half, the story gets a bit more serious. Venu Yeldandi continues to show the emotions of passions, passions, hates and loves in the film. The movie Balagam based on Telangana dialect, language and culture.