Kaali Prasad (Prabhu) is a top gangster in Vijayawada. His brother Shankar (Abhimanyu Singh) wants to get into his brother’s shoes but Kaali always prefers another follower Vijay Krishna (Mukul Dev). To gain the supremacy, Shankar m.....
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Kaali Prasad (Prabhu) is a top gangster in Vijayawada. His brother Shankar (Abhimanyu Singh) wants to get into his brother’s shoes but Kaali always prefers another follower Vijay Krishna (Mukul Dev). To gain the supremacy, Shankar murders Kaali Prasad in a conspiracy and subsequently kills Vijay Krishna too. Shiva Krishna (Naga Chaitanya), a college student and younger brother of Vijay Krishna enters the scene and tries to take revenge on Shankar. How he does that and what are the hurdles he encounters in this process forms the rest of the story.
Bejawada movie is an absolute crap! Debutant director Vivek Krishna has miserably failed to make in what should have been a thrilling revenge drama. Vivek ended up making a ‘very powerful’ script into a poor fiction anecdote. Thus, Vivek makes Bejawada movie a damp squib in the process of tailoring an action drama. Naga Chaitanya is a huge liability to this movie as he still looks boyish. The killer instincts are clearly missing in him as the lead character looks pale right from the word go.
Bejawada movie lacks the required rigour and tempo. When a movie is tipped to be a revenge action drama, particularly for a famous script, the treatment and storytelling is minimum expected. However, Vivek Krishna’s directorial blunders and Ram Gopal Varma’s CREATIVE INPUTS make the Bezawada movie a ludicrous and absurd script. The screenplay is really awful; the flow of thought is clearly missing as the scenes involving Brahmanandam and Amala Paul look like they have been purposefully inserted. Naga Chaitanya once again chose a role that’s larger than his life in trying to become an action hero.
Almost half the theatre in imax (8:45 show) is empty and 50% of the remaining half left in the middle. Hope this describes enough about the movie. Bejawada film came up with huge expectations but had bite the dust with illogical and side-splitting treatment. You get glimpses of yesteryear blockbuster ‘Shiva’, at various points but there’s world of difference between the two movies. Naga Chaitanya’s dialogue delivery needs to be improved significantly, particularly during high-tempo conversations. At no point he gives the impression that he’s on a mission and we can encapsulate the episode saying that it’s a directorial blooper.
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Lack of tempo
Naga Chaitanya is a misfit for the character. He should not have essayed this role (which demands lot of action) after his Dhada’ movie disaster. He needs to show lot of character and energy to do action flicks like these. However, such roles are not advisable to him at this point of his career. Mind you, even Akkineni Nagarjuna did quite a few action movie scripts before starring in ‘Shiva’.
Amala Paul looks as a perfect match to Chaitu but she has a very little role to play and thus was wasted. Abhimanyu Singh and Mukul Dev, Kota, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Ajay are perfect in their roles. But Prabhu looks witty, particularly when he’s dancing.
Bejawada movie review: Bezawada movie talk will surely dent Naga Chaitanya’s image. On a concluding note, Bejawada movie looks like an ordinary affair. Poor direction, mistimed songs, etc, etc, etc, tests the audience patience.