Burra Katha Movie Review & Rating
Aadi Sai Kumar is struggling to score a hit in his career. It's been a long time that he genuinely entertained the audiences in the theatres. Writer Diamond Ratnababu who penned a lot of super hit movies is turning director now with Aadi's next film Burra Katha that will make way to the theatres tomorrow. With an interesting plot-line, the makers already created interest with the theatrical trailer. The movie was supposed to hit the screens last Friday but due to the delay in acquiring the censor clearance, the film is releasing tomorrow. Mishti Chakraborty is playing the heroine in the movie. Deepala Arts is the production house bankrolling the project. Check out the film's review here.
Abhiram (Aadi Saikumar) is a man born with two brains. Because of this, he shows dual personalities. How did he survive with this kind of attitude? What troubles did he encounter with this problem? How did his life shape up? Forms the story of the movie.
Aadi got a challenging and interesting role in this film and he has gone under the skin of the character and has delivered an energetic performance. Despite getting a challenging role, Aadi has pulled it off with ease. Mishti Chakraborty also delivered a stunning performance in the film. Naira Shah justified her role.
She has not only looked beautiful but will grab the attention with her impressive performance in the movie. Rajendra Prasad, as usual, steals the show with his outstanding comedy timing. All his scenes will definitely make the audience laugh. Posani Krishna Murali's refreshing comedy added more strength for the film. 30 years Prudhvi delivered a decent performance in the movie. Gayatri Gupta delivered a good performance. The rest of the cast also made their presence felt.
Director Diamond Ratna Babu has taken a simple yet interesting concept for the movie but he failed to lace it around a big story. The film lacks a proper story and it is all scenes that the movie is weaved around. The comedy is the major banking for the director but it also failed to entertain the audiences throughout the end.
The director also failed in maintaining a proper pace of narration and making the audience stick to their chairs from the start to the end. Production values by the Deepala Arts banner are lavish and can be considered as one of the plus points for this film. Music by Sai Karthik is just okay. His background score could not add any strength for the film. Visuals by cinematographer C Ram Prasad will give an eye feast for the audience. Editing by M R Varma is just okay
The movie doesn't have a solid story and because of the same reason, the film fails to engage the audiences. The movie did not have a good screenplay. The movie starts off on an interesting note but again falls flat. However, the director has concentrated more on the entertainment factor which is a big letdown.
When compared to the second half, the first half is more light-hearted and funny. Also, the comedy timings of the actors worked out well. The director could have worked more on the script than focusing on comedy alone. With too many shortcomings, the movie fails to impress.