NTR Maharshi

Thursday, 10 December 2015

Movie: Bengal Tiger
Rating: 3/5
Sri Sathya Arts
Cast: Ravi Teja, Tamannah, Rashi Khanna, Bomman Irani, Pavithra, Brahmanandam, Prudhvi and othersMusic: BheemsCinematography: S Sounder RajanEditing: Gautham RajPresented by: Lakshmi RammohanProduced by: K K RadhamohanStory, Screenplay, Dialogues and Direction: Sampath NandiRelease Date: December, 2015

Aakash(Ravi Teja) is a happy go lucky guy who dreams of making it big. He targets a state minister(Sayaji Shinde) and some how joins him. Slowly and steadily, he moves ahead in life and manages to become the right hand of the home minister (Rao Ramesh). Seeing his charm and wit, the home minister’s daughter(Raashi Khanna) falls in love with Aakash.

Things change over night and the home minister decides to announce his daughters wedding and invites the chief minister(Boman Irani). Right at the time when the wedding announcement is going to be made, Aakash gives a huge shock to both the home and chief minister.

What is that shock ? What does Aakash have to do with the Chief minister? What is his actual plan ? and where does Tamannah feature in all this set up forms the rest of the story.


  • Entertaining first half
  • Prudhvi’s comedy episode
  • Glamorous show by heroines

  • Lack of novelty
  • Predictable second half

Goofy entertainment, thats what is selling in Tollywood at the moment. Thats why Sampath Nandi has decided to place a series of fatuities against each other, to make an incoherent mess called Bengal Tiger. This so called commercial entertainer suffers from generic storytelling, situational comedy and rarely raises above the fallible conception. All in all, Bengal Tiger is a kind of film that constantly remind yourself that there is a Sunny and beautiful world outside the cinema hall.