Well, I guess no one is ever going to see this note but what the heck..!! So, here goes..
First of all, Aditya's explanation to Priyanka is totally meaningless. Yes, Aditya is right in saying that one can't compare Dhee to this but his reasoning behind that is preposterous. *Most* telugu movies are full of baloney (except for the imagination in comedy side of the movies) and that should be the reason one can't compare a telugu movie to any other movie. Not because the movie did 75-100 days (for Pete's sake Pokiri was shoown forever in AP!!).
And Priyanka, don't get pissed off with the rating. These people have a "GOD only knows what" or "we don't have a clue what we do" method of rating. The reviews are *sometimes* good but they don't match the rating. Whatever!!
As far as this movie is concerned, I found it amazing. May be Samrat has a point here and there but on a whole he didn't make sense. The rating is nonsense and the reasons given don't make a whole lot of sense. Samrat says he recommends the movie if for nothing else but for the absolute maniac comedy timing of Vinay Pathak. What Samrat missed is, the movie really had nothing else. He liked Miland Soman, that explains all!!
There’s no two ways to say this: Bheja Fry, the directorial debut from Sagar Ballary, suffers from what most Indie budget films these days suffer from – a lack of focused direction, a chaotic production value, a cast that is handled by the director as loosely as he can, and above all a belief that anything can make us laugh.
This is not a film that lacks in concept or in an interesting premise. It has a great bunch of actors to play with, and hey, it has got the multiplex crowd, which will lap this up only too quickly. What it doesn’t have is a sense of direction, which do....