Bujji Ila Raa (2022): This psychological thriller required less violence and more marketing
The citizens of Warrangal are in panic after a series of kidnappings and murders of eight-year-old girls. CI Keshawa (Dhanraj) and later CI Mohammad Khayyam (Sunil) are put on the case to solve the mystery and catch the offenders. With more victims being added to the count, time is running out. Who could be behind these horrendous crimes? In a city full of suspects, anyone could be guilty.
Writer: G. Nageswara Reddy
Stars: Dhanraj, Srikanth Iyengar, Inaya Sultana
Review Bujji Ila Raa
Bujji Ila Raa begins on a high note, capturing the attention of the audience. CI Keshawa (Dhanraj) and his family arrive in Warangal to take charge, where serial kidnappings have already sent the city into turmoil. The city is stunned by murders as Keshawa investigates every possible lead with Rafique (Bhupal Raju). The first half of the film is successful in piquing interest. Dhanraj is cast in a different light and plays an excellent investigator as well as a loving father. The same can be said for Sunil, who takes charge of the investigation. Chandini Tamilarasan and Srikanth Iyengar were outstanding in their roles of daughter and father, which greatly improved the whole package. The cast of this film consists of various acclaimed actors such as Posani Krishna Murali, Raja Ravindra, Temper Vamsi and Venu. Others in the cast include DS Rao, Ananth, Akella, Satya Krishna, Kamal and Veera Shankar. Additionally, Chillara Ram Nagarjuna and Kartik Swamy will also be appearing in the movie.
The second half of the psychological thriller was better written and concluded, according to reviewer Garudavega Anji. The film’s disturbing and at times loud background music is provided by Sai Karthik. Chota K Prasad edited the movie, and Real Satesh and Bruce Lee choreographed the combat scenes..
The mystery-thriller Bujji Ila Raa, directed by Garudavega Anji and starring Sunil, Dhanraj, Chandini Tamilarasan, and Srikanth Iyengar in prominent parts, is a must-see for fans of psychological crime dramas. The film’s early part gripped and intrigued audiences with an exciting conclusion. But the second half became somewhat excessive with psychotic behavior and gruesome violence. As a result, this psychological thriller required less bloodshed but more exposure.