Bengal Tiger Movie Review
After creating a positive buzz with impressive posters, songs and trailers, Ravi Teja-Sampath Nandi’s Bengal Tiger is out in theaters to test its real fate. Director Sampath Nandi’s Telugu movie “Bengal Tiger” featuring Ravi Teja, Tamannaah Bhatia and Raashi Khanna in the lead roles has received mixed reviews from the audiences across the globe. “Bengal Tiger” is an action comedy film that has all the commercial ingredients. Besides direction, Sampath Nandi has also written story and dialogues. The audience, who have watched the film, say that it has a routine story, but the engaging screenplay makes it interesting watch. Ravi Teja, Tamannaah, Rashi Khanna and others have done justice to their roles. The movie has been produced by KK Radha Mohan under the banner Sri Satya Sai Arts.
Bheems Cecireleo has composed music for soundtracks and background score, while Soundararaja and Gautham Raju handled camera and editing works respectively. The film has decent production elements. The audiences say that Ravi Teja’s performance is the main highlight of “Bengal Tiger”. Debutant Bheems’ songs, some rib tickling comedy scenes, punch dialogues, Tamannaah and Raakhi’s skinshow and flashback scene are other big attractions of the movie. Many viewers took to their Twitter handles to share their verdict on the film after watching it. We bring you some unique comments.
Bengal Tiger Story: The story takes off as Ravi Teja gets rejected by a girl for not being a celebrity and that’s when he decides to become a famous person and targets to become a minister. He achieves it in no time by impressing home minister (Shayaji Shinde) and his daughter Raashi Khanna. However, that was not his actual aim. Is he really moving pawns to become a celebrity? What was the back story behind his intentions to trouble Boman Irani (Chief Minister) and What role does Tamannaah play? this forms the rest of the story.
Performances: There was this dialogue from Prudhvi To Ravi Teja where he says ‘If they could convert your energy into a drink, Red Bull’s sales would be at stake”, and that is an apt line to describe Ravi’s performance in the film. He pulled off the tailor-made role with his uncommon energy and screen presence. Tamannaah was used perfectly as she is a great combination of talent and glamour. She looked nothing short of an angel in songs. Raashi Khanna added some extra glamour to the film and it is Prudhvi, who stole the show. We can easily say he is the new Brahmi in the making. Boman Irani, Shayaji Shinde and Posani were good enough
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Sources:- Ibtimes & Filmibeat
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