Chor Bazaar Telugu Movie Review: Chor Bazaar Movie Review: Akash, the son of veteran Tollywood director Puri Jagannadh, has been working hard to carve out a name for himself by directing multiple films on his own, including Chor Bazaar, whose teaser and trailer both looked good. As of today, June 24, 2022, the film has been released, and it has received positive reviews from the audience. Without further ado, let’s dive into an in-depth review of Chor Bazaar and see if it’s worth your time or not.
Chor Bazaar tells the story of a gangster named Bachhan Pandey (Akash Puri), who works as a jewel thief and meets a mute girl along the way. His life takes an unexpected turn when he is forced to steal a diamond.
Cast & Crew
Chor Bazaar starring, Akash Puri, Gehenna Sippy, Subbarju, Sunil, Sampoorneshbabu and others, and the film was directed by B.Jeevan Reddy, cinematography Jagadeesh Cheekati, Music has done by Suresh Bobbili, background score Priyadarshan Balasubramanian and the film produced by V S Raju under the banner of V Productions.
|Movie Name||Chor Bazaar|
|Music Director||Suresh Bobbili|
|Producer||V S Raju|
|Cast||Akash Puri, Gehenna Sippy, Subbarju, Sunil, Sampoorneshbabu|
|Editor||Anwar Ali, Prabhu Deva|
To draw the spectator into the world of the chor bazaar, the film’s premise worked well, but the main emotion is missing from the film’s beginning to end, while the film begins well with some hero introductions and few characters establishing moments.
This film begins with a tense and suspenseful tale of a hero and heroine’s love, but the action quickly turns to a hero and heroine’s romantic relationship.
However, the latter half of the picture becomes more exciting and emotional, and those elements, which were partially worked out in the film and in the proceedings, feel strained.
Since he has already demonstrated his talent as an actor, Akash as Bachchan Pandey is excellent. However, given that this character necessitates a certain amount of expertise, he should focus on roles that are more suitable for his strengths.
While Jeevan Reddy’s performance as George Reddy in Bazaar appears to be a departure from his past work, his writing falls short of expectations and should have been much stronger.
Chor Bazaar appears to be technically sound. Jagadeesh Chekati’s cinematography and Suresh Bobbili’s music are both mediocre.
In the end, Chore Bazaar is a respectable action film worth seeing in a theatre.
Movie Rating: 3/ 5
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