14 Dec 2018 02:09:00
An intense love story set against the backdrop of violent class struggle in rural India, Bhairava Geetha stars Dhananjay and Irra Morr in the lead roles.
Uninteresting, unappeasable, age-old drama
The background score is nothing to boast about either. The film's rustic setting in rural Rayalseema is it's only plus point, as some of the locations and settings are a visual treat. But it isn't enough to salvage this stinker of a film with a script that is just sodone and dusted by every single actor, director or producer.
RGV, albeit the producer of Bhairava Geetha, has no doubt had his say in the making of the film. The film is chuck full of RGV's signature camera angles, awkward closeups, intense dialogues and lots of gory killings. It would seem director Siddhartha barely got to experiment with anything new or add his own ideas to the mix, as this film proves itself to be an RGV product through and through.
Age-less, meaningless drama of caste discrimination, which doesn’t hit hard in any way. It’s a sheer waste of three hours of time.