Brother Of Bommali (2014) Telugu Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Allari Naresh, Karthika Nair, Monal Gajjar

cast:

Allari Naresh, Karthika Nair, Monal Gajjar, Abhimanyu Singh, Brahmanandam, Ali Basha, Kelly Dorji, Jayaprakash Reddy, Harsh Vardhan, Vennela Kishore

Brother Of Bommali (2014) Telugu Movie Posterdirection:

Chinni Krishna

story:

Vikram Raj

screenplay:

Chinni Krishna

dialogue:

cinematography:

Vijay Adusumilli

music:

Sekhar Chandra

produced by:

Ammiraju Kanumilli

language:

Telugu

Weird Aggregate Rating Brother Of Bommali 5.2/10genre:

Comedy

release date:

7-November-2014
run time:
140 minutes
censor certification:
U/A

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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times Of India -Sushil Rao Rating-5
The film narrates the story of a brother, who is desperate to get his sister married off. But no senti drama this. The fact is the tomboyish sister doesn't not allow her twin brother to get married before she gets hitched. Meeting her demand is practically impossible, but there is a lot

  •  Deccan Chronicle -Suresh Kavirayani Rating-5
Allari Naresh has created his own space in Tollywood with his brand of comedy and in Brother of Bommali, he has continued to play to his strengths. The film is a brother-sister comedy wherein Karthika plays his sister. B. Chinni Krishna is the director, while Monal Gajjar plays the female lead.

  •  Filmi Beat -Veena N Rating-6
Allari Naresh's latest out Brother Of Bommali(BOB), which has been creating postive response in the media from weeks ago, has released worldwide today(November 7). Veedu fame writer-director B. Chinni Krishna has directed the movie, which features Karthika Nair

  •  AP Herald Rating-4
Brother of Bommali is probably one of those movies which has a great start and then failed to take advantage on the raised entertainment expectations. Its falls so much short on the raised expectations that you leave the movie with a disappointment that takes a sometime to wear off.

  •  Indiaglitz Rating-6
Here is a film that, thankfully, doesn't over-indulge Allari Naresh.  On the flip side, it over-indulges Karthika.  Here is a film that is not stuffed with too many Naresh-isms.  It neither relies too much on Brahmanandam nor does take the Dhee-kinda comedy to absurd lengths.

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5.2/10 rating from
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