Taking the name of Maruti, we need to say this is a clean family film. Now talking about the film, Maruti scores good with his interesting hero characterization that has got ample scope for comedy. And secondly he's got a cast like Nani, Lavanya and Murali Sharma in the lead roles. Adding to it is the sparkling chemistry of refreshing pair Nani & Lavanya.
Maruti often relies heavily upon the comedy quotient in the film rather than the emotional intensity in the story and even this time he is no different. But unlike his previous flicks, BBM sails off smoothly with fun stuffed throughout the film with no exclusive comedy track (especially without his trump card Saptagiri). Nani, Lavanya, Vennela Kishore and Murali Sharma carry the film upon their shoulders rightly assisted by Naresh and Srinivasa Reddy. Maruti had got his first half as a rollicking fun ride with the love story progressing simultaneously. There comes in the much predictable yet convincing pre-interval episode. Yes... Maruti tries to entertain with his underplay of spoofs here and there. While the second half is predominantly confusion drama that did evoke laughter.
However, the fragile conflict point, extended second half and insipid climax are the worth mentioning negative aspects of the film. On a whole, there is good comedy quotient in the film that makes the mango man (aam aadmi) ignore the flaws and enjoy the film.
The performance of the lead cast.
Interesting characterization of Nani
The comedy between Nani, Vennela Kishore, Murali Sharma, Naresh and Srinivasa Reddy.
The romantic track between Nani and Lavanya.
Engaging screenplay with comedy throughout the film.
Good songs and background score.
Clean comedy that the family audience could enjoy.
- Fragile conflict point,
- Extended second half
- Routine and weak climax.Music: