Akash Puri’s Chor Bazaar Movie Review

Akash Puri after Mehbooba and Romantic came up with Chor Bazaar. The young actor made an attempt to do a massy thriller with Chor Bazaar. Let’s see how it is ….

Plot:

Bachchan Saab (Akash Puri) likes to live life to the fullest. He doesn’t care about others and likes to make as much money as he can. If he feels like helping someone, he would do anything. He has a crush on a mute girl (Gehna Sippy). They belong to Chor Bazaar and police try to put as many cases as they can to close it up. They end up being suspects in a Nizam time precious diamond missing case. What happens next? Watch the movie to know more…

Analysis:

Chor Bazaar deals with one of the most cliched story line ever. It bothers about telling a story of downtrodden people with less outlets to make money resorting to illegal means. Even the specially abled don’t find it wrong to cheat or harm someone. In such a world, if you try to find heart or try to create sympathy on someone it will end up as a joke in itself. This film is also same.

Jeevan Reddy exhibited good sensibilities in his film, George Reddy. Now, he came up with this “trying to be commercial” film. He resorts to “Puri cliches” and then tries to evoke sympathy on some characters in weird, odd situations. He exhibits zero credence to being a director of George Reddy in this one. It is a complete failure on his pat and entire’s team part. Akash Puri needs to improve in his acting abilities to carry off such typical massy roles. He seems to be more fit for young boy roles for now.

Positives:

Performances
Production values

Negatives::

Concept
Writing
Execution
Direction

Rating: 2/5

Bottomline: Thieves stole the plot!

Cast: Akash Puri, Gehna Sippy, Suneel, Sampoornesh Babu, Subbaraju, Archana

Crew:

Music by Suresh Bobbili
Cinematography by Jagadeesh Cheekati
Written & Directed by Jeevan Reddy
Produced by VS Raju

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