Babu Baga Busy Review

Rating: 2/5

Critic Rating: (2/5)

Movie NameBabu Baga Busy
Movie CastAvasarala Srinivas, Sreemukhi, Tejaswi Madivada, Misthi Chakravarthy
DirectorNaveen Medaram
Music DirectorSunil Kashyap
Production CompanyAbhishek Pictures
Release DateMay 5th, 2017

Adult comedies have become more common in our Telugu films starting from Maruthi’s Ee Rojullo. They connect well with youth and are becoming successful attempts at the box office. Hunterr which was made in Bollywood under the production of Phantom comes into this genre and was a commercial success. It is now remade into Telugu which stars Srinivas Avasarala in lead role and Tejaswi Madiwada and Sreemukhi in important roles. This movie is produced by producer turned distributors, Abhishek pictures. This movie has created enough curiosity among audience with it’s promos and trailer which reveals it as an adult comedy. Let’s see how it works on us as it is releasing into theatres today.

Story

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Babu Baga Busy Pics

Madhav (Srinivas Avasarala) is a bachelor who is waiting to get hooked. Every girl rejects him due to varied reasons. He has a very play boyish flashback right from his childhood. He is always so high on sexual emotions and he always tries any girl he sees in his way and relieve physical desires. He lives single in an apartment and he starts trying a neighbour aunty and finally they start having an affair. They both are together for many days and finally neighbour aunty’s husband knows about this and he leaves the apartment from then. He also has another story where his friend dies and it has a lot of impact on him. He finally gets engaged to Radha and he reveals his flashbacks to her. What she decides after knowing his story forms the rest of the story.

Cast and Performance

Srinivas Avasarala is not a good choice as Madhav and his performance doesn’t have the needed emotion and the performance for the character is not upto the mark. Mishthi Chakraborthy is good. Tejaswi Madiwada is okay in her brief role. Sri Mukhi as Sobha Natarajan, a relative of Madhav is nice. Supriya Aysola is good and she is convincing as neighbour aunty with whom Madhav starts affair with. Posani Krishna Murali is good. Priyadarshi, Adarsh Balakrishna, Tanikella Bharani and Ravi Prakash are good to the extent of their roles. Sudha and Annapurna are good.

Writing Department

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Babu Baga Busy Photogallery

Story of Babu Baga Busy is simple and more of adult content which was originally written by Harshavardhan Kulkarni. Screenplay is not so well written which fails to engage audience. Dialogues are okay and should have been much better.

Technical Departments

Songs composed by Sunil Kashyap are just okay and are not so convincing to audience. His background score has also nothing good to talk about and is so flat. Cinematography is good and visuals are good compared to all other technical departments. Editing could have been a lot better. Production values are okay.

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Verdict

Babu baaga busy which is released as an adult comedy has nothing more than what is shown in trailer. Story begins with Madhav and runs back and forth in his life where he is trying to get married. He has an emotional friendship story and a sensual story of his affairs with various girls and an aunty. Screenplay is not engaging and it doesn’t move anywhere into the story in the first half and it tests the patience of audience. Second half has an emotional story which is spoiled by bad writing and pointless direction. This movie has nothing to offer or entertain other Srinivas Avasarala who is also a bad choice for the character he played and some adult jokes which are shown in trailer itself. Director Naveen Medaram should have worked more on writing an engaging screenplay and making it convincingly. Even the technical departments has not given their best to make this movie better. To sum up, Babu Baaga Busy is just another movie which may have no impact on audience in anyway.

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