Updated: August 10, 2020 09:34 IST
Rating : 2/5
Bhanupriya (Urvashi Rautela) is a modern girl who is overly concerned about losing virginity. She makes a few attempts that fail and she gets pushed into disappointment. It is when she gets advice from a friend and then gets ready for an intimate encounter. The rest of the story is all about the struggle that Bhanupriya underwent, to put an end to her long-lasting worry.
Performances wise, there aren't any great performances in the movie. But, however, the screen presence of Urvashi is fine. She manages to keep the audiences engaged with the film but only succeeds in parts. Rumona Molla tries to give a good performance but she is still not there yet. Gautam Gulati's performance looks overboard. Archana Puran Singh's overaction irks the audiences. Niki Walia, Brijendra Kala, Sumit Gulati, Natasha Suri, Pranav Verma, Amrith Arora, Ashutosh Semiwal, Vikas Verma, Delnaaz Irani, Rajiv Nigam, and Babita Thakur are okay.
The camera work is a bit better when compared to all the other aspects of the technicalities. The editing is fine too. The music is forgettable. Hardly, any tune turns out to be impressive. The background score disappoints too. The writing is lazy and sloppy. The film could have drawn much more criticism had it been released directly in the theatres. The production values, overall, are good.
Although the film's concept appears to be bold, it has the potential to engage the youth. But, the director failed to execute the same in an interesting manner. The writing is very lazy and the comedy of the film becomes a mockery, as the film progresses. The first half of the film looks good, with an impressive start but as the film proceeds further, it just falls flat. The dialogues are also poorly written. From the trailer, we expect it to be a fun film but in the end, it just creates boredom. Urvashi's glamour also could not save the movie. On the whole, Virgin Bhanupriya is a film that fails completely in providing entertainment but succeeds in creating boredom.