Film: Bengal Tiger
Cast: Ravi Teja, Tamanna, Rashi Khanna, Brahmanandam, Boman Irani, Rao Ramesh, Sayaji Shinde, Posani Krishna Murali, Prudhviraj, Harshavardhan Rane, Hamsa Nandini
Director: Sampath Nandi
Reviewed By: SOCIALNEWS.XYZ
An overdose of 'Pawanism'
Story: Ravi Teja decides to become a famous person since he gets rejected by a girl for not being a celebrity. He traps the Home Minister and his daughter Raashi Khanna in this process. However, there is another motive for him to become a celebrity? What is his relation with Boman Irani (Chief Minister) and Tamannaah? This forms the rest of the story.
Acting: Ravi Teja is at ease since the role is tailor-made for him with full of energy. Prithvi is very good. Tamanna and Rashi Khanna were mostly used as glamor dolls. Boman Irani looked good as chief minister. Rao Ramesh and Sayaji Shinde are adequate. Posani Krishna Murali as a 40-Year-old Virgin is good.
Techincal: Director Sampath Nandi got everything right in first half and fell flat in the second half. The idea to use Pawan Kalyan references is good for a couple of scenes, but the overdose will distract the viewer from the movie. Music by Bheems is passable. The Photography by Soundararajan is excellent and the action episodes are good. The production values of KK Radha Mohan are Top Notch.
Analysis: The first half of the movie is good with all right commercial elements and comedy. The second half is boring with routine scenes and dragged out climax. The climax could have been trimmed.
- Ravi Teja and Pruthvi
- First Half
- Routine Second Half
- Dragged Ending
Box office: The movie will do well in the domestic circuit and in the overseas market it will be another loss venture.
Verdict: Just a one time watch, If you have time to kill.