There is no doubt that every movie takes cinematic liberties in its story and we as the audience have also given them that exemption. However, there are times when few things are too blatant to be ignored. This time, it is the turn of the latest release ‘Bharat Ane Nenu’ which is roaring at the box office but has now been targeted for few flaws.
Apparently, the film shows the Chief Minister increasing the rate of traffic challans. Well, that’s a blunder. As per Central Motor Vehicle Act 1988, that power is vested only in the hands of the Parliament and the states have no say in that. Another opinion being given out is the focus on basic amenities and not just on education.
A little discussion on the problems than the solutions would have made more sense to the story. Another most important thing is the catering of funds. More than the catering, it is the right usage of these funds which is key because it is an open secret that most of these funds are pocketed by the politicos and their henchmen.
Last but not the least, the idea of giving 5 crores uniformly to all the villages is not right. There are city Panchayats, major Panchayats, Minor Panchayats, Hamlets and Thandas so these things should have been worked out properly. The whole concept of self-governance is unclear and misleading. Of course, entertainment starts where the logic ends so..