Tenali Ramakrishna BABL Movie Review

Tenali Ramakrishna BABL Movie Review
Tenali Ramakrishna BABL Movie Review

Movie Review: Tenali Ramakrishna BABL
Director: G Nageswara Reddy
Producer: Agraharam Nagi Reddy
Banner: SNS Creations
Music Director: Sai Karthik
Starring: Sundeep Kishan and Hansika Motwani
Release Date: 15th November 2019
Rating: 2/5

Tenali Ramakrishna BABL Movie Review: Tenali Ramakrishna BABL starring Sundeep Kishan and Hansika Motwani, directed by G Nageswara Reddy, has arrived at the theaters today on 15th November 2019. Let’ see the story of Tenali Ramakrishna BABL.

Story: Tenali Ramakrishna (Sundeep Kishan) is a small-time lawyer and one day he gets involved in a case featuring Varalaxmi (Vara Lakshmi Sarath Kumar, who gets implicated in a murder case. Tenali Ramakrishna takes up this case. How does Tenali handle this case in the court? forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

· Comedy
· Twists

Minus Points:

· Logic less scenes
· Climax
· Editing
· Screenplay

Performance: Sundeep Kishan shines in his role and his chemistry with Hansika Motwani looks good on the screen. After a long gap, Hansika Motwani is making her comeback in Tollywood. Murali Sharma is apt in his role. Vara Lakshmi Sarath Kumar’s role looks silly. There is no surprise left, therefore. Saptagiri and Prabhas Sreenu are good with their comedy. Posani, Chammak Chandra and Vennela Kishor are ok.

Technical: The story of Tenali Ramakrishna BABL is thin. Tenali Ramakrishna BABL is a funny courtroom drama that starts of quite well. The movie is narrated in a funny manner through the first half and the twist is also brought in a decent manner. The second half also started with a twist but the film becomes so silly because of logicless scenes. Music by Sekhar Chandra is a winner, while cinematographer Sai Sriram has found the best angle. Editing could have been tauter. Production values are good.

Analysis: Tenali Rama Krishna starts off quite well but falls flat in the second half. The major highlights of the film are comedy scenes, twists, and music.