Bhaje Vayu Vegam Review


Movie Name : Bhaje Vaayu Vegam
Starring : Kartikeya Gummakonda, Ishwarya Menon, Rahul Tyson, Tanikella Bharani, Ravi Shankar
Director: Prashanth Reddy
Producers: UV Concepts
Music Director: Kapil Kumar
Cinematographer: RD Rajasekhar
Editor: Satya G
Release Date : May 31, 2024 Rating : 3/5

After a long time, more films with good buzz have come to the theaters this Friday in Tollywood. ‘Bhaje Vayu Vega “is a solid action drama starring young and talented hero Kartikeya in the lead. Let’s see if the film lives up to the expectations.

Coming to the story… Venkat (Karthikeya) commits suicide at his young age in Rajannapeta village in Warangal, unable to bear the debts of his parents. During that difficult time, Rajanna (Tanikella Bharani) joins Venkat to settle their debts in Ur. However, he is raised by his own son Raju (Rahul Tyson). But to see both of them in high positions, they work hard beyond their limits to make the elder son Raju a good job and the younger Venkat a cricketer. On the other hand, two brothers, David (Ravi Shankar) and George (Sharath Lohitashwa), who rule Hyderabad, come to Hyderabad as non-locals and take control. But how does the conflict between Venkat and the kings, who have become the most ordinary of such powerful people, begin? What are they going to do to protect the king? Who is running this 56 drug racket in Hyderabad? What is her role in this? The film needs to be seen on the silver screen to know how Venkat and Raju faced the challenges in protecting their father.

The plus points:

The makers have promised a good action thriller with the trailer of the film. The film also offers solid action and thrills as promised by the makers. First, the actors’ performances. All the lead actors have given solid performances. Kartikeya has played his role very well. He has also given a better emotional performance than the previous films.

Apart from this, he has a good dynamic presence in the action scenes. The film also starred Aishwarya Menon in the lead role. Rahul Tyson has done justice to his role. Senior actors Tanikella Bharani does a good role with his experience and emotes well. Ravi Shankar is playing another important role in the film. He excels in the role of a villain, and the story and twists that revolve around him in the second half are impressive.

He also gave a solid performance with his earfulness and some gestures in some scenes. Popular actor Sharath Lohitashwa, who appeared in the role of his elder brother, also did justice to his role. Apart from them, the rest of the star cast also impressed with their performances. In addition to this, 15 minutes of episode twists before the movie interval will impress. Also, the second half is very impressive. With a good race screenplay and solid action moments, it doesn’t disappoint those who expect them.

The minus points:

There are also some logical errors in this picture. The line written by the director and the way he has handled some of the elements is good but it seems weak at some places. The film feels so average in the first half till the pre-interval block.

Technical category:

UV Concepts have done a good job with their production values. On the technical front, Kapil Kumar’s background score is solid. In most of the sequences, even the action and emotion feel more effective with his score. The songs are good too. RD Rajasekhar’s cinematography is good. Good visuals. Editing by Sathya G is good.

Prashanth Reddy is the director. He has given a good performance. The way he narrates the story is impressive. There were some flaws in the second half, but the way he unveiled the film, it did not look like his first film. If those logical errors are also corrected, we can expect better films from him.

The verdict:

On the whole, the action looks racy and racy as the title ‘Bhaje Vayu Vega’ suggests. The entire cast, including the lead actor, has performed well. The film picks up well from the pre-interval and continues to impress in the second half as well. It is also a good treat for those who expect action and mass moments. If not, the film is impressive, except for a few logics.