Bangarraju Movie Review : High on colour, low on freshne

Chinna Bangarraju is taking forward his grandfather Bangarraju's legacy of being a massive flirt

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His worried grandmother however wants to ensure he's not lonely anymore before she passes on.

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he forgets to inject some freshness in a done and dusted script. The film relies heavily on Akkineni fans’

Bangarraju Movie Review

excitement at seeing Nagarjuna and Naga Chaitanya together in one frame. But is that enough to make this the perfect Sankranthi watch?

Bangarraju Movie Review

Chinna Bangarraju (Naga Chaitanya) has grown up without his parents in the care of his grandmother Satyabhama (Ramya Krishnan).

Bangarraju Movie Review

His father Ram Mohan (Nagarjuna) leaves him under her care and returns to the US after the demise of his wife Seetha (Lavanya Tripathi) in child-birth.

Bangarraju Movie Review

Despite hailing from a family that is tasked with looking after the local temple, he grows up sharing a difficult relationship with God due to losing his loved ones early in life

Bangarraju Movie Review

Instead of looking after the village, he passes time by playing card games and antagonising Naga Lakshmi (Krithi Shetty)

Bangarraju Movie Review

who is the sarpanch’s (Rao Ramesh) daughter. Satyabhama enlists her husband Bangarraju’s (Nagarjuna) help to help their grandson settle down

Bangarraju Movie Review

but little do they know what they will be helping him from danger too.

Bangarraju Movie Review