Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters Review

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Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters Review
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Story:
Bommana Brothers (Allari Naresh and Krishna Bhagwan) are the thieves those pilfer everyone and everything. Their parents (Tanikella Bharani and Kovai Sarala) are also thieves. Once, the brothers happen to see a photograph of Chandana Sisters (Farzana and Ridhima) in the wallet of a rich man (Kota Srinoivas Rao). They plan to marry those girls to become the owners of big property. They learn that one sister like devotees and devotion while other sister likes social service and serving handicapped people. To impress them one brother (Allari Naresh) acts like a devotee of Lord Rama and sings songs from the film Sri Ramadasu. The other brother (Krishna Bhagawan) acts like a blind man to get sympathy from his girl. Thus they find their ways to impress their girls. Finally how things set right is the story.

Performances:
Both Allari Naresh and Krishna Bhagawan performed up to the mark in the film. Krishna Bhagawan brought laughs with his trade mark dialogue delivery while Allari Naresh made comedy with his foolish antics. Farzana looked very charming and beautiful while Ridhima is just ok. Ramya Sri's glamour dose worked well to ignite the mass audiences.
Dharmavarapu Subrahmanyam's comedy as Ring Raja spills laughs in theaters.

Dialogues are with punch although lacked in grip due to some long scenes. Editing by Marthand K Venkatesh is crisp and sharp. Bhaskarabhatla lyrics are good with lyrical sense. Sri Lekha added life for that.

The songs 'Vanoste Varshakalam…' was shot in the deserts with aesthetic color schemes. The substance in the lyrics and also the music is appealing for ears.

'Yama Yamaga Muddistavani..' is with fast beat punch and that was shot in Dubai extensively. It projects the dancing skills of Farzana nd Allari Naresh.

'Poddunnemo Osaari..' is also good to ears and haunts for some time. Although the tracks relating to the song 'Pachanidaname..' from 'Sakhi' overlapped here and there it stood original on a whole.

'Nenu Ready Abbaya..' is a mass beat in folk style that has shown Paki Hegde as item dancer. Allari Naresh covered up well in the song and Krishna Bhagawan didn't even try to match with Naresh in dance.

Director Srinivas Reddy dished out a mass film finally. It is exclusively for mass audiences indeed.

Analysis:
First half of the film runs active but tests the patience of audiences with length in it. It again proved to be the school of Srinivas Reddy with mass comedy punch through out the film. It is the screenplay that played vital role in the film than the story part. Second half also runs with similar tempo and the climax is very well in the predicting limits.

The aspect that should be appreciated in this film is music. Almost all the songs are with good melody and mass appealing tracks.

The marriage scene is very lengthy and Srinivas Reddy tried to spill more comedy from that. But that turned out to be a boring episode all together. Ramya Sree's glamour dose is also used extensively like Srinivas Reddy used in 'Yamagola Malle Modalayyindi'. He has given the same servant-maid role to her again.

On a whole the film is for mass audiences and the audiences who carry B, C center taste. It may run well only in those centers with the patronage of those targeted audiences.