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Movie: Bethaludu
Rating: 2.5/5
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Fathima Vijay Antony Films
Cast: Vijay Antony, Arundhati Nair, Charuhasan, Meera Krishnan, Y. G. Mahendra, Remya Nambeesan, Siddhartha Shankar, Kamal Krishna and others
Music: Vijay Antony
Cinematography: Pradeep Kalipurayath
Editing: Veera Senthil Raj
Producers: Venugopal, Rohith
Story and Direction: Pradeep Krishnamoorthy
Release date: December 1, 2016

With the astound hit of ‘Bichchagadu’, Tamil on-screen character Vijay Antony has turned out to be most sweltering star in Tollywood. “Bichchagadu” gathered almost Rs 20 Cr in Telugu showcase and the trailer of “Bethaludu” likewise aroused the intrigue and raised the desires.

Besides, the group discharged 10 minutes of the film before the discharge. So it additionally made great buzz around the film. Has film satisfies this whole buzz?

Story:

Dinesh (Vijay Antony) is programming proficient working in Hyderabad. He gets hitched to a young lady Aishwarya (Arundhati Nair) who reaches him through a marital site. He gets the opportunity to hear peculiar voices in his body.

A therapist entrances him and takes him to the season of his last birth. In his last birth he was an educator called Sharma in Macharla. He embraces a kid and lives with them. A young lady Jayalakshmi joins his school and soon he requests that her wed him in spite of immense crevice between their ages.

After their marriage, Jayalakshmi gets pulled in to another youthful educator. She executes him with the assistance of his partner over an issue. Presently, in the present time, that Jayalakshmi is conceived as his significant other Aishwarya. Sharma who is in the group of Dinesh would murder her now? What is the bend?

Artistes’ Performances:

Vijay Antony is suited impeccable to the parts of Dinesh and Sharma. He has pulled off both the parts effortlessly. He has restricted acting aptitudes and he is cunningly selecting parts that suit to his ability.

Arundhathi Nair has put forth a valiant effort. In different parts, the person who played specialist and YG Mahendran sparkle.

Specialized Excellence:

The film has breathtaking foundation score that is finished by Vijay Antony himself. Cinematography and fine art is skilled. Discoursed by Bashya Sri are flawless.

Highlights:
First half
Suspense element
Background score

Drawback:
Out rightly silly climax
Slow narration
Complete contrast second half

Analysis:

The motivation behind why “Bichchagadu” turned out to be such a major hit was the extraordinary story and portrayal however it is essentially mother-child assessment show. The way it was bundled had all the effect.

As “Bethaludu” unwinds the story, groups of onlookers would get impression that he has hit the nail on the head once more. The motion picture starts on a solid note by straightforwardly coming into the story with no deviation and keeping the anticipation well.

The main half is stupendously shot with riveting show and drawing in screenplay. At “Viramam” (interim) blast, we feel that a sublime thriller is in store. However, all that great work is fixed by the complexity second half.

In the main a large portion of, the story is set up as a mental thriller or resurrection vindicate dramatization. In the second a large portion of, the exposure is inverse to this. This disclosure is not all persuading and has ruined the show. From here, motion picture has totally left hands of the chief. All the temperament the executive made with his portrayal, Vijay Antony with his going about and in addition foundation score has gone for the hurl from that point.

Furthermore, the peak makes us feel not interested in it. A regular mass-film sort of battle arrangement is tossed in out of the blue. The motivation behind why courageous woman wedded him in any case and why she is hassled in the second half is not addressed well.

“Bethaludu” resemble half-bubbled biryani rice, can’t be enjoyed however excellent it looks. All things considered, the motion picture has wonderful first half however stereotypical last scenes which gives us unacceptable feel at last.

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