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Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters Movie Review  

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Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters Movie Review
  Movie Review : Bommana Brothers Chandana Sisters
Rating : 2 / 5
Banner : Siri Cinema
Cast : Allari Naresh, Krishna Bhagawan, Farzana, Ridhima, Jeeva, Venu Madhav, Kota Sreenivasa Rao, Jaya Prakash Reddy, Dharmavarapu Subrahmanyam, Tanikella Bharani, Kovai Sarala, Raghu Babu, LB Sri Ram and Others
Music : Sri Lekha
Producer: Ammiraju Kanumilli
Director: Srinivas Reddy
Released Date: April 18, 2008
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Story:
A regular comedy masala, the film is about two brothers (Allari Naresh and Krishna Bhagawan) who hail from a generation of thieves and end up becoming one of the finest in their trade. Sick of doing small heists, they plan to do a big one and settle in life once for all. In this process, they set their eyes on two sisters Siri Chandana (Farzana) and Mani Chandana (Ridhima), the daughters of a wealthy businessman (Kota Srinivasa Rao) and decide to trap them in their love and marry them so that they can get rich in one stroke. However, they have their opponents in Kondababu (Subbaraju) and Anjibabu ( ETV Prabhakar) who are brothers and sons of the rich man (Jayaprakash Reddy).  While Naresh takes the form of an ardent devotee of Lord Rama to impress Siri who likes those that believe in god and like doing godly things, Bhagawan takes the form of a blind man since Mani is more interested in orphans, blind people and other handicapped persons. From then on starts a roller coaster ride of comedy, confusion and errors which takes a climax. Who gets successful in this race forms the rest of the story.

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Presentation:
The director came up with a subject that is full of comedy and the message is very clear that it is oriented completely towards the mass audience. Though the twists of characters are good, the narration of the plot was saggy and the presentation was lacking finesse. It looks like the editing department was missing out on its job considering the movie length. A lot of appreciation must be given to the music for coming out with some melodious tunes and pat on the back for camera team for capturing the foreign locales very well. The script could have been much better. Allari Naresh was his usual self and overshadowed Krishna Bhagawan with his performance while Farzana was the soul in the heroines compared to the fleshy Riddhima, the latter appeared as the apt pair for Krishna Bhagawan considering his size and pace of acting. Kota was effective. The others were just about okay with their theatrical performances.

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Conclusion:
The movie is full of masala and comedy and the dialogues contain quite a dose of saucy comments which are a bit on the porn side. The slang that is used will appeal a lot to the mass audience. The movie could have been a lot better had the makers worked on tightening the script and making it look viable. While the audience did manage to come up with few peals of laughter thanks to some good performances, the movie as a whole will test the patience at a number of instances. The film will recover its cost with some profits but calling it a quality comedy would be unfair.

Bharatstudent verdict:  A passable entertainer, only for the mass and nativity loving people...

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