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Jai Bajarangi Bali Movie Review  

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Jai Bajarangi Bali Movie Review
  Movie Review : Jai Bajarangi Bali
Rating : 2.5 / 5
Banner : Harmonium Reeds
Cast : Ajay Rao, Sindhu Lokanath, Ananthnag, Ravishanker, Shobaraj, Adi Lokesh, Bullet Prakash, Mithra, Arun Sagar, Shruthi Naidu, Tennis Krishna and Others
Music : V Harikrishna
Cinematographer : Venkatesh
Producer: Paul Raj ST
Director: Ravi Verma
Released Date: December 13, 2014
Jai Bajarangi Bali Sandalwood Movie Review
Ajjy (ajay) is falsely framed into a theft case and he is wanted by police. At the same time, Ambujakshi (sindhu) is on her way to sort things out between her fighting parents (anant nag, shruti). Twist occurs when the Hanuman temple they visit see the idol getting stolen and the blame falls on these two. Both Ajjy and Ambujakshi are on the run and what happens after Ajjy discovers the real culprits forms the rest of the plot.
Jai Bajarangi Bali Kannada Cinema Review
The director has come up with a commercial storyline and while the presentation was rich, the narrative was good in parts. The dialogues were alright. The script was average but the screenplay made it better. The background score was not good but three songs were worth watching. Cinematography was effective. Editing was required during first half. Costumes were well designed to suit the backdrop while the art department was apt. Ajay Rao did his bit as required but he needs to work on intense scenes. Sindhu Lokanath is very expressive and sweet, she stole the show. Ravi Shankar was mean enough. Anant Nag and Shruti were upto the mark. Shobaraj was super. Others did their bit as required.
Jai Bajarangi Bali Filem Review
A film that runs high on thriller elements along with some romance is always a treat to watch. But it is also important to lace it with the right balance and emotional quotient. In this film, the first half goes about with elements of some comedy, some romance and some action. The interval bang was alright. The second half had some gripping moments and the element of divinity was the twist. Still, it didn’t have the required consistency to ensure the audience gets totally hooked to the film. Overall, this is a film which works in parts. At the box office, the film would have decent openings but it will require strong word of mouth publicity to reach the success mark.

Bharatstudent verdict:
Divine intervention!
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