Starring: Akhil, Pooja Hegde, Aamani, Murali Sharma and Others
Director: Bommarillu Bhaksar
Producers: Vasu Varma, Bunny Vasu
Music Director: Gopi Sundar
D.O.P: Pradeesh Varma
Editor: Marthand K Venkatesh
iQlikMovies Rating: 2.75/5
Akhil Akkineni and Pooja Hegde are playing the lead roles in the upcoming Telugu film Most Eligible Bachelor. Bommarillu fame Bhaskar is the film's director. Geetha Arts bankrolled the romantic drama. The film was released today on the occasion of Dusshera. Check out the film's review here.
Harsha (Akhil Akkineni) is the most eligible bachelor in New York City. He wants to get married and comes to India for a trip to attend matchmaking events. He meets several girls but dislikes them. Harsha is a little old-school and has different expectations. In the process, he meets a standup comedian Vibha (Pooja Hegde) who is different and new-age. Her expectations are different too! Did Harsha impress Vibha? What did they do to get married? What happens in the end? Forms the film's story.
Akhil Akkineni is getting better with each film. The young hero is at his career-best with respect to the performance. The actor looked great and energetic on the screen. On the other hand, Pooja Hegde is bubbly and cute. She delivered an impressive performance. She got to play a character that she never explored in her career so far. The chemistry between the lead pair is good. Murali Sharma, Pragati, and all the other seasoned artists made their mark.
The film's camera work is top-notch. Grand visuals and stunning cinematography is a huge plus for the movie. The film's editing is good. The music scored by Gopi Sundar is good. The film's audio album is an instant hit. The song placement is nice too. The background score is fine. Technically, the film looks rich. The production values are lavish.
Most Eligible Bachelor is one of the films that carry a very interesting plot. Bommarillu Bhaskar who is strong in dealing with emotions has focused on the entertainment part of this project. The first half of the movie is close to reality, where the director explores different expectations that today's generation youth have when it comes to their future partner.
The fun part in the first half keeps the audience engaged with the plot. The biggest minute is the preachy part in the second half. An entertaining film gets preachy in the second half which disconnects the audience to its core emotion. There is a very good storyline in the movie but the execution is not up to the mark. On the whole, the film is high on entertainment but less on emotion!
Songs & BGM
Preachy Second Half
Final Verdict: Most Eligible Bachelor is entertaining but gets preachy!
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