Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu Review

Oct 26, 2018 By NR

Orphans are getting kidnapped in Hyderabad one after the other. Meanwhile, a flight carrying Cricketers and Celebrities coming from Sri Lanka to India gets missing and on the other side, a teenage lad approaches police saying that his house has disappeared. What is the relation between all these three stories? Who is Veera Bhoga Rayalu who comes to end the evil? forms the rest.

Sudheer Babu gets a meaty role among the three heroes. He is decent as SI Vinay. Sree Vishnu underwent a complete makeover but his character is badly written and the dialogue delivery is terrible. Nara Rohit is good as a tough investigative officer. Shriya Saran is okay in a limited role as Nara Rohit's Colleague.


asena R who made his directional debut with this film did a terrible job. Except for the concept of the film, there is nothing which can be even termed okay. The narration is terrible and most of the scens are illogical. Dialogues are okay. Mark K Robinson's Music is a big let-down and the background score is just okay. Editing by Shashank is a massive disappointment as a good portion of both the halves can be downsized. The cinematography by Naveen Yadav and S Venkat is okay here and there. Production Values are disastrous.

Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu had a promising start but goes wayward from then. The movie that talks about eliminating criminals from the society begins in non-linear way interestingly but becomes messy after a point. On paper, it sounds exciting but the narration is incoherent. The logic goes for a toss. Finally, it is a forgettable mess for all the three heroes.

Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu is a forgettable mess for all the three heroes.
Rating: 5 / 10