Bhale Manchi Roju Movie Review

Sudheer Babu and the team of Bhale Manchi Roju have promoted the film on large scale, and the movie has managed to bag good number of screens. Does Bhale Manchi Roju live up to the hype? Check Bhale Manchi Roju Movie Review below.

Casting Wamiqa Gabbi as heroine, Bhale Manchi Roju is directed by Sriram Aditya and produced by Shashi and Vijay under 70 MM Entertainments. The other supporting cast includes Dhanya Balakrishna, Saikumar, Posani Krishna Murali, Paruchuri Gopala Krishna, Rajya Lakshmi, Prudhviraj, Venu, Praveen, Vidyullekha Raman, Chaitanya Krishna.

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Ram (Sudheer Babu) who is heart-broken with his girlfriend Maya (Dhanya Balakrishna) ditching him, decides to ruin her wedding. But he meets with an accident and later comes to know that his close friend Aadi (Praveen) life is in danger from kidnapper Shakti (Saikumar) and it was caused due to him. Shakti asks Ram to kidnap Seetha (Wamiqa Gabbi) and bring to him to save Aadi.

Ram goes in search of Seetha now and the rest of journey is Bhale Manchi Roju storyline.

Artists Performances

Sudheer Babu delivers a matured act and is good in emotional scenes and looked natural in fight sequences. This film is definitely a good choice for him, and he justified to the role of a middle-class young guy who falls in complicated situations.

Wamiqa Gabbi made her debut with Bhale Manchi Roju, and she does a very good job. For most parts of film she emotes with her eyes and she is energetic in the characterization.

Sai Kumar as usual is brilliant in the negative shade role while Paruchuri Gopala Krishna is significant.

Chaitanya Krishna and Dhanya are decent while Prudhvi is the major asset for climax. His comic timing is superb and he is hilarious in the spoof-dialogues.

Jabardasth Venu and Posani Krishna Murali ably supported the proceedings and Praveen, Vidyullekha Raman and others were good in their respective roles.

Technicians Role

Cinematographer Shamdat’s work is on top-notch with the visuals of crime backdrop giving the audiences a fresh feel. Sunny MR’s musical scores are good and the songs are not timely placed.

The background score is notable and the dialogues short and crisp, rather than needless punchlines. Art work by Rama Krishna needs a special mention, which is apt for background flow.

Editing by MR Varma is okay. Storyline is thin, but the Sriram Aditya made his mark in screenplay and direction. As a debutant he is quite good, though the pace is troubling at times. Production Values are Standard.


Bhale Manchi Roju is a fun-filled entertainer with the right mix of commercial elements. Writer-director Sriram Aditya catches audience pulse packing the movie with loads of smart writing and entertaining screenplay, rather than following the regular template.

The chemistry between the lead stars Sudheer Babu and Wamiqa Gabbi is arresting and there are some refreshing scenes. The entire story is about happenings in a day and revolves around a kidnap plan and thus the comedy is situational and doesn’t look forced. Although the film takes off on a slow note until the big twist gets unveiled, it turns racy and better as the story moves forward in the second half, and the run time of 134 minutes works in favour.

The characterizations are intriguing especially the back stories of Ram, Seetha and Shakti. While the first half is slow-paced and has some boring moments, the second half is racier and has better twists and turns with neatly packaged comedy. The pre-climax has been the major asset with 30 Years Prudhvi leaving you in splits with the popular dialogue spoofs.

Overall, despite the slow-pace, Bhale Manchi Roju is worth a watch for its hilarious and entertaining elements.


Bhale Manchi Roju- Hilarious Entertainer


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