Mano Tej’s Babloo (2011) Movie Review
Banner: S.P.J Creations
Cast: Manotej, Aditi Sharma, Mukul Dev, Ahuti Prasad, Chalapathi Rao, Vinodkumar, Rao Ramesh, Raghu Babu, Krishna Bhagawan, Kondavalasa, Venu Madhav, M.S.Narayana, Geeta Singh, Surekha Vani, Satya Krishna and Others
Producer: Guduru Jhansirani
Direction: G Ravicharan Reddy
Survi Review: 1.75/5
The Story Begin with Ahuti Prasad (Veera Badhram) Killing a Young Man That who loves his daughter then hero Mano Tej (Babloo) Enter with a fight with Ahuti Prasad (Veera Badhram) for that fight he leaves the city and he met Pooja.pooja and Babloo Became friends and became lovers but they never express it to each other, After that pooja’s uncle kill Ahuti Prasad (Veera Badhram) to Marry her, she escapes from there and get shelted in Babloo’s House.There Babloo Faces a Problem, i.e. Babloo’s 3rd Elder brother hate ladies and didn’t get married. Did babloo Convence his Brother did he get Married isthe Rest of the story..
Qs. Why was Mano tej signed up for Babloo?
Ans. (i) Because he can act well
(ii) Because of his dashing good looks
(iii) Because of his undeniable charm.
(iv)Because he is Rich Sons Spoilt Brat
Mano tej as a actor is ok but he failed to impress the audience. Mano tej requires proper grooming and exercised physic to survive in the world of Tollywood. Aditi Sharma satisfies with her performance. Vinod Kumar, Ahuti Prasad is a heavyweight in a rather silly role, Chalapathi Roa and Mukhul Dev Seem Wasted. Brahmanandam, Ali, Venu Madhav obviously lend some weight with their presence, but the comedy is sad.
Music by Chakri is mediocre. Dialogues are adequate. Cinematography is fair. The producer seems have taken abundant time for postproduction and it reflects well in the output. The production values of the new producer Guduru Jhansirani are decent.
A better screenplay and an interesting narration would have helped the movie to reach the crowds effectively.
*Bits of Comedy in Second Half
The film is totally devoid of the color or vibrancy that characterizes Tollywood these days, and plods on most of the time. Babloo first half is engaging, despite its slow pace, the second half disappoints big time. Go for it only if you have time for a leisurely unfolding tale, which you anyway know already.