Babu Baga Busy is remake of super hit Bollywood adult comedy film Hunterrr. Let’s see whether director Naveen Medaram rightly remade the film in Telugu…
Madhav (Srinivas Avasarala), a typical youth, is a sex addict and is only interested in one night stands while his friends are all married with kids. When Madhav was young and was going to school, he was much very much influenced by his close friend who is mature beyond his years in his views and aspects about marriage, love and sex. Madhav’s life becomes more exotic as he starts to woo girls, watching adult films and fantasizing about ladies.
Madhav adores a girl (Tejaswi Madiwada) in his college days and in the meantime he is attracted towards a middle age woman (Supriya Aysola) who has no pleasure times in life with her alcoholic hubby.
Cut to today, Madhav is engaged to (Mishti Chakraborty) who has bad past with her former boyfriend Adarsh Balakrishna. Will Mishti accepts to marry Madhav after he narrates his complete story…
1. Priyadarshi Comedy
1. Story Adaption
2. Boring Narration
3. Wrongly dealt Romantic Scenes
4. Pathetic Production Values
5. Immature Direction
Babu Baga Busy is about sexual encounters of a playboy Madhav who was actually influenced by his close and childhood friend. He starts watching adult movies at the very young age and his life becomes colorful as he starts to woo girls. These episodes were just okay. After few years, when Madhav is now grown up, he lures Tejaswi only for having sex with her. In the meantime, he meets a beautiful housewife (Supriya) and sets his sights on her. There was a romantic scene in kitchen, which wasn’t made alluringly.
After years of loveless one night stands, Madhav finally takes his friend’s advice and decides to get married. He meets Mishti, he is so smitten by her that he decides not be honest, but instead projects a whiter-than-snow image. This almost backfires, as she turns out to be a very open-minded girl who has no hang-ups about her own past and admits to having been in relationship before with a guy. Now stuck in a lie, Madhav has to continue projecting himself as an orthodox man. All the same, the two continue to meet and start liking each other. These indeed were the dead-boring sequences. At last, movie leads to climax with Madhav narrates his story to Mishti.
Srinivas Avasarala is a good actor and this has been proved several times. But, he isn’t looked apt for the role of a young guy who is sex addict. For this character, an actor should have lustful eyes, wherein Avasarala looked decent. Mishti Chakraborty was pretty ordinary. Neither she looked glamorous nor did she give tremendous performance. Tejaswi Madiwada was okay in a brief role and Supriya was far better to other female artists. Priyadarshi provides some entertainment here and there.
Director Naveen Medaram wrongly adopted the script. The soul, romance and drama were missing in the Telugu version, which was a key to the success of Hindi version. No single sexual encounter was dealt amorously. Sunil Kashyap’s songs were below par and background score was mediocre. Suresh Bhargava’s cinematography was middling. We get a doubt that, whether this film has as any editor, as there were lots of boring sequences from start to end. Production values of Abhishek Picture were substandard. Aparently, they have spent very limited budget on the film.
Babu Baga Busy won’t even please ‘one section of audiences’ since the film doesn’t have any pleasing or erotic sequences…
CineDhol Perspective :
Babu Baga Boring…