Ooru Peru Bhairavakona Review: A Look Behind the Curtain

Ooru Peru Bhairavakona Review:

Get ready for Sundeep Kishan’s captivating performance in his upcoming film, “Ooru Peru Bhairavakona,” releasing on February 16th. Directed by VI.Anand, this movie promises a thrilling adventure into the mysterious village of Bhairavakona.

Unraveling the Village’s Secrets:

Basava (Sundeep Kishan) and his companions, John (Viva Harsha) and Geetha (Kavya Thapar), stumble upon Bhairavakona, a village shrouded in secrecy. As they explore its depths, they encounter strange occurrences that reveal dark secrets buried beneath the surface. The story unfolds how their lives intertwine with the village’s fate, and unravels the roles played by Bhoomi (Varsha Bollamma), Rajappa (P. Ravi Shankar), and Dr. Narappa (Vennela Kishore) in this enigmatic puzzle.

Sundeep Kishan Shines, Others Deliver Adequately:

Sundeep Kishan delivers a stellar performance, perfectly embodying his character. His captivating screen presence, strong dialogue delivery, and ability to convey emotions make him the highlight of the film. Varsha Bollamma portrays a crucial role with conviction, adding depth to her character. However, Kavya Thapar’s role feels limited, primarily serving as a glamorous presence. Viva Harsha and Vennela Kishore provide moments of humor, but their performances lack significant impact. P. Ravi Shankar leaves a mark with his strong personality, although his role lacks depth.

Story Starts Strong, Falters Later:

VI.Anand’s story, a socio-fantasy aiming to showcase Sundeep Kishan in a new light, starts with intrigue. The introduction of Bhairavakona and the characters are engaging, especially with the mention of the missing pages from the Garudapurana. However, the plot quickly becomes predictable, and the focus shifts towards VFX and graphics, neglecting the emotional depth of the characters and the struggles of the villagers. The second half suffers from a lack of directorial conviction, leading to formulaic performances and a predictable storyline.

Technical Aspects Deserve Recognition:

Sekhar Chandra’s music effectively blends with the film’s emotions, while Raj Thota’s cinematography beautifully captures the narrative’s essence. Editing by Chota K Prasad is decent, but could have been tighter in the second half. The high production values enhance the film’s visual appeal.

A Glimpse of Hope, But Ultimately Disappointing:

While “Ooru Peru Bhairavakona” boasts Sundeep Kishan’s stellar performance and a few intriguing twists, the film is ultimately let down by its predictable plot and lack of emotional depth. VI.Anand fails to connect with the characters, leaving the audience wanting more. Cinejosh rates “Ooru Peru Bhairavakona” a 2 out of 5.

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