Bengal Tiger Movie ReviewApr 21, 2016 06:38 AM
After creating a positive buzz with impressive posters, songs and trailers, Ravi Teja-Sampath Nandi's Bengal Tiger is out in theaters to test its real fate. Read the review to know if it matches up to Ravi Teja's 'Mass Maharaja' image.
The story takes off as Ravi Teja gets rejected by a girl for not being a celebrity and that's when he decides to become a famous person and targets to become a minister. He achieves it in no time by impressing Home minister (Rao Ramesh) and his daughter Raashi Khanna. However, that was not his actual aim. Is he really moving pawns to become a celebrity? What was the back story behind his intentions to trouble Boman Irani (Chief Minister) and What role does Tamannaah play? this forms the rest of the story.
Ravi Teja’s energetic performance stands out in Bengal Tiger. Despite his age, he pulls it off very well. Tamanna and Rashi are an eye treat to watch on screen. Rao Ramesh as Nagappa is okay. Boman Irani is good as baddie. 30 Years Prudhvi yet again stole the show as Siddappa. This comedian is slowly making an habit of giving super performances film after film.
We can easily say he is the new Brahmi in the making. Boman Irani, Shayaji Shinde and Posani were good enough.Sampath recruits good cast, but didn’t able to do justice to all.
Technical Aspects :
Director Sampath Nandi restored his command over mass entertainers with Bengal Tiger and the way he clubbed the right measures of comedy, hero elevations and story proves his mettle. Sampath also banked heavily on his pen power and he succeeded in grabbing many hooting moments with his punch lines. His screenplay is good.
Music by Bheems is pretty and the signature in the background score elevates the film to a decent level. Ram Lakshman's composed fights in a interesting way. Cinematography and production values made Bengal Tiger a technically good film too.
Plus Points :
Ravi Teja’s Energy
Tamanna, Rashi Khanna Glamour
30 years industry Pruthvi's Comedy
Minus Points :
Not much Entertainment in Second Half
Bengal Tiger is no different from the umpteen revenge movies made on the silver screen before.With fights, songs and comedy, the film’s first half is Good.
Movie slightly gets predictable during the second Half. If he added some entertainment in the second half, the output would have been even better.
Logics go missing. Predictable story and lackluster screenplay are biggest stumbling blocks of the film.
Bengal Tiger is surely a complete 'Paisa Vasool' for masses, it is a far better film than Ravi Teja’s previous outing and perfect Mass Maharaj Ravi Teja's trade mark film.
Telugureporter.com Rating 3/5