Bujji Ila Raa Movie Review: Dhanraj, who became famous through the reality show Jabardasth, plays the lead in the upcoming film “Bujji Ila Raa.” Comedian Sunil plays a pivotal role in this crime thriller. The film quietly debuted in theatres today, September 2, 2022, without any advance promotion or advertising. Let’s take a close look at this movie and see if it lives up to the hype and if it’s worth seeing in a theatre.
There have been numerous instances of missing children in the city of Warangal, many of whom have been found murdered or dismembered. CI As Keshav Naidu begins his inquiry, he realizes he has no leads on the killers. It has come to Mohammad Khayyum’s attention that one gang abducts children, and another gang murders them. Khayyam has reason to doubt Keshav Naidu because of his history of mental illness.
Cast & Crew
The film Bujji Ila Raa features an ensemble cast that includes names like Sunil, Chandini Tamilarasan, Dhanraj, Posani Krishna Murali, Srikanth Iyyengar, Satyakrishna, Temper Vamsi, Venu, and Bhupal. The film is directed by “Garudavega” Anji and produced by Nagi Reddy of SNS Creations LLP. The film’s score was composed by Sai Kartheek, and its director doubled as its cinematographer. Chota K. Prasad edited the movie.
|Movie Name||Bujji Ila Raa|
|Music Director||‘Garudavega’ Anji|
|Genre||Action, Crime, thriller|
|Cast||Sunil, Chandini Tamilarasan, Dhanraj, Posani Krishna Murali, Srikanth Iyyengar, Satyakrishna, Temper Vamsi, Venu, and Bhupal|
|Editor||Chota K Prasad|
Although Bujji Ila Ra’s story is compelling, the film’s low production standards make it a chore to sit through. The investigation technique in the film seems artificially constructed, and there are unnecessary scenes in both the first and second acts. Though it’s barely two hours long and has some fun sequences, the film’s predictable plot and staged nature make it terribly dull.
Dhanraj, the comedian, may not have been completely convincing as a police officer, despite his best efforts. Sunil, an actor, has been here before, therefore he can’t bring anything new to the table. She is a great fit for the position that has been offered to Chandini Tamilarasan. Srikanth Iyyengar can be impressive in certain contexts, but can also come across as overdramatic in others. Everyone else did what they needed to do in the drama.
To put it bluntly, Bujji Ila Ra’s technical quality is subpar. The score and original music of Sai Kartheek are both subpar. “Garudavega” Anji, the film’s director, performed a bad job with the cinematography, resulting in scenes with excessive background lighting and highly saturated colours that made the film look very antiquated. It has been reported that the film’s production values do not justify the allocated budget of about 8 crores.
Director Anji, who is also a cameraman, failed miserably at directing the suspense film. His inexperience shone during the entire show.
As a whole, Bujji Ila Raa is a stale thriller with a few interesting scenes.