Nandu Vijay Krishna ‘s Bomma Blockbuster Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Bomma Blockbuster Movie Review: After many delays, Nandu’s picture Bomma Blockbuster has finally appeared in theatres today, November 04, 2022, among a slew of other films released today. The film’s trailer piqued our interest because it appears Nandu will be a good smash. Without further ado, let’s get into the review and see if the film lives up to the hype.

Bomma Blockbuster Movie Review

Story

Pothuraju is a devotee of Puri Jagannath, a fisherman, and a moviegoer. His life’s ambition is to recreate the thrilling episodes of his past and persuade Puri Jagannath, his hero, to make a film about him. Over time, he solves family and life mysteries that have a big impact on him. Pothuraju will thus be forced to confront the deep anguish that lies underlying his frivolous pranks and limited perspective. Watch the film “Bomma Blockbuster” to uncover the life-changing secrets and evaluate whether he was successful in achieving his aims.

Cast & Crew

The film was directed by Rashmi Gautam, Kireeti Damaraju, Nandu Vijay Krishna, and Raghu Kunche Raj Virat, with cinematography by Sujatha Siddharth, music by Prashanth R. Vihari, and production by Praveen Pagadala, Bosubabu Nidumolu, Anand Reddy Maddi, and Manohar Reddy Eada under the banner of Vijaiee

Movie Name Bomma Blockbuster
Director Raj Virat
Music Director Prashanth R Vihari
Producer Praveen Pagadala, Bosubabu Nidumolu, Anand Reddy Maddi, Manohar Reddy Eada
Genre Action, Drama
Cast Nandu Vijay Krishna, RashmiGautam, Kireeti Damaraju, and RaghuKunche
Cinematography Sujatha Siddharth

Movie Verdict

As the plot progresses, the film becomes more fascinating due to a proper blending of all commercial components in such a way that all of those parts make sense in developing the plot. The film gets off to a good start by introducing the protagonist. Despite the story’s flaws, the film offers all of the required elements to keep viewers’ attention from start to finish.

The pace of the movie slows down in the second half due to the love story, which also veers off course, but once the protagonists get back on track, the tempo kicks up again and is explosive. This is because of a few sequences in which the protagonist attempts to see Puri Jagannath.

Rashmi Gautham is only adequate in her role because there isn’t much space for improvement, and the rest of the cast, including Kiriti, Raghu Kunche, and Nandu as Pothuraju, gave it their all.

The protagonist’s character is superbly constructed, and he succeeds in retaining the audience’s interest from start to finish. Raj Virat admires both his writing and his taking.

The rest of the technical team did an excellent job, and Sujatha Siddharth’s cinematography drags you further into the story with its use of lighting and shot design. Although Prashanth R Vihari’s songs failed to make an impression, his background score revealed his talent.

Overall, Bomma Blockbuster is a good piece of commercial entertainment.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Screenplay
  • Performance

Minus Points:

  • Predictable Scenes

Rating: 3/5

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