Cast: Madhavi Latha, Subhash Rayal And Others.
Music: Jaya Kumar
Editing: Anil Kumar Bonthu
Cinematography: Ravi Kumar
Direction: Venu R.
Story: Rishi and Anusha (Madhavi Latha) goes to an old building
in a forest to make a study whether ghosts exist or not. A master, who offers
pujas and rites to died people to make their souls rest in peace, also
accompanies them. However, Anusha and Rishi happen to face some strange
experiences there, which prove the existence of the souls. In fact, there are
two ghosts in the building. A few days ago, a couple who elope from their
houses, comes to that building. Having understood that they are alone, three
goons of a nearby area, Chitti, Kaasi and Masthan rape the girl and murdered
the boy. After death, the couple becomes spirits and want to take revenge on
the trio of goons. Meanwhile, they use Rishi and Anusha as their medium to
achieve their goal. Can they take revenge on their murderers? Watch it on big
Performance: Madhavi Latha is the heart and
soul of this movie. She was hot and glamorous. The performances of other actors
are not even on par with the actors of 'Dooradarshan' Tele Serials.
Story, Screenplay And Direction:
There is only one song in this movie, which is a bit melodious. Background
score was too noisy and routine. Story was single liner and age old. As the
movie was not shot through movie camera, the screen appeared too dull. Since
most of the shots were picturized in night effects, nothing was visible on the
screen most of the times. There was no clarity in sound recording and the dialogues
were not heard many times. The audiences were not at least once threatened by
any of the horror scenes. Instead of getting fear of watching the spirits, we get
a pity on the background story of those spirits. This is another big blunder
being made by the director. On the whole, the movie appeared that it does not
even eligible to be a T.V.serial.
* At the time of interval break, the
words appear on the screen as 'Oopiri Peelchukondi'. How did the makers guess
that everybody in theater loses their breath watching the movie?
* The old building did not appear
like 'Bhooth Bangala' instead, it appeared like a Government Primary School
* The picturization of the duet song
in the movie reminds us the lip lock song in 'Geetanjali' movie.
* Very low budget
Bottom-line: This movie will get audience' 'Usuru'.