Director: Venky Kudumula
Starring: Nithiin, Rashmika Mandanna, Rajiv Kumar A., Vennela Kishore
Genre: Action, Comedy, Romance
Released on: 21 Feb 2020
Writer: Venky Kudumula
IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 (2,430 Votes)
Duration: 150 min
Story: Bheeshma (Nithiin) is a disappointed man who's burnt out on being single for his entire life. When an occurrence changes his life forever however assists him with drawing near to the lady he cherishes, how can he manage it?
Survey: Bheeshma is Venky Kudumula's subsequent film and you can see he has a specific way of filmmaking that is plainly becoming remarkable to him. With his first movie Chalo, the director had demonstrated that a content can be essentially as illogical and amazing as he needs it to be, and yet, he can figure out how to keep you engaged. And with this one, he pulls it off once more, perhaps not as well as his introduction film, but rather still, certainly clarifying that the insane is what he dominates at.
Bheeshma (Nithiin) is a man more disappointed about his singleton status than he is tied in with clearing his certification excesses. He is an image creator who has a panache for growing the silliest jokes at odd minutes. At the point when he meets Chaitra (Rashmika Mandanna), it is all consuming, instant adoration and he makes a decent attempt to charm her. Deva (Sampath Raj) is a cop who appears to hold an old hamburger with Bheeshma's dad (Naresh). There's likewise an elderly person called Bheeshma (Anant Bother), who's the organizer and CEO of Bheeshma Organics, looking for someone to replace him after his retirement. His greatest enemy is the MD of Field Science, Raghavan (Jisshu Sengupta) looking to get ranchers to switch back to substance cultivating from natural. Then, at that point, there's Vennela Kishore, who flies all through the film and illuminates it in each casing he's in. In all honesty, the film is about these diverse of individuals meet with one another, because of Bheeshma.
There's a great deal happening in the film, regardless of whether none of it is especially novel, and a chunk of time must pass to become acclimated to the sort of filmmaking at show here. The vast majority of the occurrences that happen in the film are so unimaginable and far set from the real world, that a significant chunk of time must pass for a watcher to accept the way things are and partake in the ride. What's more astounding is the way Venky ties up every one of the strings by the end. The principal half goads, when not every one of the jokes land. When you recall this is a Venky Kudumula film and you stop viewing everything as in a serious way as it's at some point projected on-screen, you start to try and partake in the ride in pieces and pieces (actually doesn't mean the kids about weight and shading are OK, simply no). Rather than being promoted as a romantic comedy with a subject of natural cultivating, the film out to have been most certainly been sold as what it is - an entire pack of unreasonable however in some cases tomfoolery (and amusing) scenes hung together.
Bheeshma works shockingly best when Venky stands firm and does what he plainly does best. It slacks and even feels exhausting when the peak doesn't figure out how to dazzle, randomly positioned battle scenes to hoist the legend, scenes set obviously to do likewise and tunes formed by Mahati Swara Sagar roll around. While Whattey Excellence will unlawful whistles, on account of Jani's super-lively movement which some way or another suits the energy of the film, it's still not well positioned. Singles Song of praise is the main number that in some way works for the film.
Nithiin and Rashmika are a pleasure to watch on-screen. They appear to be comfortable in the skin of their characters and while the day isn't there yet where a free lady character gets her due in business film, Rashmika sure doesn't play a maid in-trouble or someone who sits around aimlessly yet moon over the legend, and that is a reviving change. Despite the fact that her personality manages it well when it occurs, simply wish she wasn't generalized in a specific scene. Nithiin pulls off his personality effortlessly, conveying a decent performance and most certainly staying aware of the turbulent fun around him. Vennela Kishore perks up things up with his impeccable conveyance of jokes. Jisshu's personality is simply there, so is Anant Bother's, regardless of whether they the best with what they're handed. Brahmaji, Naresh, Raghu Babu and Sampath Raj breeze through their jobs.
In the event that you cherished Chalo, giving Bheeshma an opportunity is an easy decision (play on words expected). Simply don't go expecting something in any way shape or form rational or novel and you will not be frustrated