Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayulu Review


This is not a single story but contains three subplots which run parallel. One is the hijack of the planes containing celebrities and Indian cricketers, the second one is the series of kidnappings happening int he city, and the third one is a little kid who complains his house is missing. Nara Rohit and Shriya Saran will deal with the hijack case which has a major plot and Sudheer Babu deals with the little kid’s house missing case. Meanwhile, hijackers demand the government to kill the 300 criminals in order to release 300 hostages. How do the police deal with the case? Did the government agree to kill 300 criminals? Who is doing kidnappings in the city? What is the link between these parallel crimes happening? Forms the rest story.


The film features talented young actors who did well. Nara Rohit did a decent performance in the film, as usual, his voice and modulation are good. Shriya Saran after a long time is seen on big screen and she did a decent performance in the role. Sudheer Babu is good and he is the one having large screen time in the film. He did a good performance but his voice is dubbed by someone which takes time for us to adjust. Another talented actor Sree Vishnu did a negative role in the film which he did well but his dialogue delivery is poor especially English lines. The remaining actors just did their job.

Technical Aspects:

The production values of the film are just okay and could have been better. The cinematography of the film done by Naveen Yadav is decent. Songs in the film are not good but the background score is just okay. Coming to the direction Indrasena failed to execute the film even though the plot Is good. The film is extremely boring due to the slow-paced narration. Quality of the film is poor really in some places well feel like a short film.


  • Except for the presence of the actor’s nothing is good.


  • Production values
  • Music
  • Narration
  • slow pace

Final Verdict:
On a whole Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayulu is a big disappointment only trailer and posters are engaging but not the film. The film utterly failed to reach the expectations. The screen presence of the four main actors is the only saving grace in the film. remaining every aspect remains a big disappointment. Director Indrasena’s plot is okay but coming to the execution he utterly failed. From the beginning of the film, we won’t find anything engaging. The film runs in slow pace which will test the patience levels of the audience. The film definitely comes under the overrated category. One can watch the film if they definitely wanted to otherwise just ignore the film and watch it on TV or online.

Bottom Line: A complete disappointment.