Bimbisara Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Bimbisara Movie Review: Most of the time, Kalyan Ram is seen in well-known action comedies. However, his upcoming movie, Bimbisara, is a social fantasy, and the teaser for it showed Kalyan Ram in a new and different way. People had high hopes for the movie when it came out today, August 5, 2022, but both the public and the critics have given it mostly good reviews. Without further ado, let’s get into the detailed analysis and figure out if the movie is worth seeing.


Bimbisara Movie Review


Thugs try to kill a man who looks like Bimbisara for no apparent reason, but he later finds out that he is the only one who can open Bimbisara’s treasure chest. In one timeline, Bimbisara was a great emperor who called himself God and Demon and ruled Trigartala Samrajyam, from which he tried to take over the whole world.

Cast & Crew

Vassishta wrote and directed the film, which also starred Nandamuri KalyanRam, Catherine Tresa, Samyuktha Menon, Warina Hussain, Vennela, Prakash Raj, and others. Chota K. Naidu directed the movie, M. M. Keeravani did the music, Tammi Raju did the editing, and Harikrishna K. produced it under the NTR arts banner.

Movie Name Bimbisara
Director Vassishta
Music Director M. M. Keeravani
Producer Harikrishna K
Genre Socio Fantasy
Cast Nandamuri KalyanRam, Catherine Tresa, Samyuktha Menon, Warina Hussain, Vennela, Prakash Raj,
Editor Tammi Raju

Movie Verdict

From the time of the elder NTR to Bahubali, Telugu fans have seen a lot of social fantasy movies. Unlike most other time travel movies, Bimbisara’s story takes place in a parallel universe that has nothing to do with the past or the future. This makes Bimbisara different from other movies about traveling through time.

The first half of the movie is mostly about how Kalyan Ram plays Bimbisara. It also has a few action scenes and ends with a big explosion. The second half of the movie moves to Hyderabad, which is slow at first but quickly grabs the audience’s attention when a man from the present meets the Bimbisara spirit.

Bimbisara’s story doesn’t have a very unique plot, but the dark undertones and interesting idea of the main character will keep you interested until the end. But there are some problems with the movie, like a love story that doesn’t work, a few songs that don’t make sense, and some logical holes.

It’s hard to pick a favorite character from Kalyan Ram’s two roles because he does such a good job of getting into character and saying his lines. Even though all of the actors in Bimbisara are good, Prakash Raj’s performance as Vishwanandan Varma stands out.

The director, Vassishta, should be praised for keeping people interested in this complicated story. But he could have done a better job if he had spent more time and effort making a young character who is the movie’s emotional center.

Anyone who knows how to look will be amazed by the view from Bimbisara. Even though Chota K. Naidu’s cinematography had some great parts, most of the movie’s shots were too bright and had a heavy color tone, and M.M. Keeravani’s songs didn’t live up to expectations. The rest of the departments did a great job, and Keeravani’s background score showed how talented he is.

The movie Bimbisara is entertaining for a wide range of people because it combines social realism and fantasy.

Rating: 3.75/5

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