Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Review

Cast: Nara Rohith, Sudheer Babu, Shriya Saran, and Sree Vishnu
Director: Inndrasena
Music Director: Mark K Robin
Producer: Apparao Bellana
Release Date USA: 23rd Oct 2018
Irrespective of a hit or flop, Nara Rohit has been on a signing spree and is having a slew of releases every year. He teamed up with his friend Sri Vishnu, Sudheer Babu, and Shriya Saran for a crime thriller ‘Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu‘ which is released today.
Let’s find out whether the film manages to impress the audience or not.

This story of ‘Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu’ has three crime sub-plots which run in parallel. The core plot is about a missing flight carrying Indian cricketers and celebrities, next plot is about series of child abductions in Hyderabad city and the last one is about a young boy’s complain about his missing home.
Special investigating officer Deepak Reddy (Nara Rohit) and Neelima (Shriya Saran) are assigned to find out the mystery of missing flight. Vinay (Sudheer Babu), the Sub Inspector of Police works on missing home case.
The hijacker (Sri Vishnu) demands 300 criminals should be killed by the government, to release an equal number of hostages. Will the government accept his proposal? What’s the underlying connection between the three sub-plots forms the rest of the story.

This crime mystery genre film starts off with some abstract scenes which increases curiosity but the excitement is short-lived. In no time, the audience will realize this is another weak plot that can’t excite much. A plane hijack, hijacker demanding the government to kill 300 criminals to release the 300 innocent, etc points would be good on paper but in the execution is terribly poor standard.
In several shots, the filmmakers reused Youtube video clips to depict missing plane or news channels video bytes. The gruesome child abductions, a 12-13 years young boy becoming criminal etc elements were unwarranted. Illogical ‘missing of a home ‘thread, Sri Vishnu killing 300 criminals and kidnapping many others etc elements are totally illogical. The children episodes are absurd. Overall this over a 2-hour long film will test your patience to the core and could be said the worst film in recent times.

Terrible production values
Unengaging scenes, narration
Blood and Gore
Farcical three plots

‘Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu ‘is another forgettable film in Nara Rohit’s career With poor production values and illogical scenes, this film is avoidable.

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