K. Ramya Sree
Sri Simha’s character, Arjun, is a motivated young man who will do anything to succeed in life. He comes from a middle-class family, but he will go to any lengths to get affluent. He pretended to be wealthy in order to entice Maya (played by Neha) into a relationship, for instance. The plot of this movie also features a ring-related twist. In order to avoid spoilers, let’s find out how the movie does:
In this film, we get to glimpse a different side of Sri Simha. We’ve seen him perform comedy, but in this case, the humour is derived from his struggles. Despite his stress, he is able to keep the audience entertained. He performed in a funny manner. After seeing the movie, it is easy to state that Sri Simha has lived up to the high expectations placed on him by the film’s creators. Thanks to the director for bringing out the greatest form of Simha in this film, he was even more expressive.
Maya, played by Neha Solanki, adds beauty to the film. The film portrays the charming chemistry between the leads in a polite manner.
Relieved, Rajeev Kanakala exhales. He serves as Arjun’s father. Rajeev Kanakala, who portrays a middle-class father who is dissatisfied with his son’s behaviour, strikes us with his comic timing and delivery.
In the film, Nandini Rai, Satya, Harsha, and Varshini each had their own unique storylines, and they all did a good job at portraying them.
The story in Praneeth Sai’s film Bhaag Saale is complex. The director succeeded in creating some suspense and hilarity by giving other performers content to do, as opposed to restricting the tale to only the hero and heroine. Impressive character interweaving may be found throughout the narration.
The major strength of the film is the humour. About a dozen comedians are featured in the film to provide enough humour to make watching it entertaining.
The narration of the story may sound a touch cliched, but it keeps the listener engaged, and Kaala Bhairava’s music only serves to enhance that. He created the ideal music for this new-age comedy genre movie that takes viewers on an exciting and entertaining journey.
Technically speaking, this is a straightforward movie with straightforward editing and vivid, new photography.
There is humour, thrill, romance, and suspense components. Bhaag Saale is a funny movie to watch this weekend because director Praneeth Sai expertly weaves all of these elements together.
Don’t expect any freshness in the story; just go only to laugh for a while.