Vijay Gurumurthy (Vijay Antony) and Satya (Vijay Antony) are two men with similar similarities. While Vijay Gurumurthy is the owner of billions of rupees, Satya Beecham is a beggar who picks up. He sleeps wherever he falls by the side of roads and footpaths.
The short film 'Bicchagadu' was released in the year 2016 without any expectations and achieved excellent collections at the box office. At that time this movie dominated the Movies of big heroes as well. This movie gave Vijay Antony a big break both in Tamil and Telugu. The TRP ratings of this movie are still in the amazing range. Telugu audience likes this movie. 'Bicchagadu 2', the sequel to such a movie, has been released today in Telugu and Tamil languages. Like the movie Bicchagadu, this movie also failed to impress the audience?, while the success rate was low in the summer, let's know in this review whether the industry will bounce back through this movie or not.
Vijay Gurumurthy (Vijay Antony) and Satya (Vijay Antony) are two men with similar similarities. While Vijay Gurumurthy is the owner of thousands of crores of rupees, Satya Beecham is a beggar who picks up. He sleeps on the side of the roads and footpaths wherever he can, and survives by eating what he finds. On the other hand, Vijay Gurumurthy is doing a human brain transplant experiment. He invests heavily in that experiment. Due to some unintended consequences, Satya's brain is said to be transferred to Vijay Gurumurthy as part of the experiment. In the flash back to Satya, her sister is missing, the rest of the story is whether she will use this rare opportunity to find her sister or not.
When we hear this story, we first remember 'Smart Shankar' directed by Puri Jagannath. The story line is similar in that too. But here the director Priya Krishna Swamy tried to make something new. The entire first half was made so that the audience could connect well. The first 20 minutes are taken to suit cinematic liberty, and if connected to that, the first half will be loved by all. The brain tans plant scenes were amazing. The story of the second half lost track. Hero elevations are given priority over the story. Therefore, the audience could not tear up for the second half to connect with the first half. We have seen concepts like selling all the assets and helping the poor in many Movies.
And when it comes to the performance of the Actors, Vijay Antony, like before, pulled a single expression in this movie as well. The audience gets a little annoyed, and the heroine Kavya Thapar seems to be okay. This movie has nothing to do with Bicchagadu, the title of the movie was used only for hype. If director Priya Krishna Swamy had believed the story in the second half and gone ahead, this movie would have been a bigger blockbuster hit than 'Bicchagadu'. But mostly she focused on giving elevation to the Hero. Because of this, this movie has become a movie that is liked only by some audience.
Last word : Go without high expectations and you will be satisfied. First half is very good, second half is likely to be liked by those who like routine commercial entertainers.