Butta Bomma Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Butta Bomma Review: Anikha Surendran is recognized for her roles in the Tamil and Telugu-language films ‘Yentha Vaadu Gaanie’ and ‘Viswasam’ She has lately acted in a significant part in the film ‘Ghost’ starring Akkineni Nagarjuna. Today’s premiere of the Telugu film “Butta Bomma” marks her debut as a leading actress in the language. Let’s get into a thorough analysis of this film to determine whether or not this kid performer, who earned major hits as a child, can do it again as a starring actress.


Butta Bomma Review


Born into a traditional middle-class family, Satya spends the majority of her time in her village. She inadvertently dials an auto driver instead of a tailor, and when daily calls continue to come in, they develop a romance over the phone. One day when they finally decide to meet, another guy enters their lives and alters the course of events.

Cast & Crew

Anikha Surendran plays the protagonist role in the film Butta Bomma, while Arjun Das and Surya Vashistta also play significant roles. Butta Bomma is a film directed by Shouree Chandrashekhar T Ramesh and produced by Naga Vamsi S and Sai Soujanya under the banners of Sithara Entertainments and Fortune Four Cinemas. This film’s score was composed by Gopi Sundar, and Vamsi Patchipulusu was responsible for the cinematography. This film was edited by Navin Nooli, while the dialogue was written by Ganesh Kumar Ravuri.

Movie Name Butta Bomma
Director Shouree Chandrashekhar T Ramesh
Music Director Gopi Sundar
Producer Naga Vamsi S & Sai Soujanya
Genre Drama
Cast Anikha Surendran, Arjun Das, Surya Vashistta
Cinematography  Vamsi Patchipulusu


If a film is successful in any language, it will be remade with minor adjustments to make it more appealing to the target audience. Butta Bomma is a remake of the Malayalam blockbuster film Kappela, which was hailed by numerous critics for its narrative and star actors’ performances. Butta Bomma lacks the same enchantment as the original Malayalam version.

Butta Bomma has been altered slightly to appeal to Telugu audiences, however the film does not appear as intriguing as the original. We feel that the emotional connection that was present in the original Malayalam text is lost in the English translation. The movie begins slowly by introducing the characters, and the sluggish tempo narrative causes us to lose interest; the pace picks up only after Arjun Das’s character is introduced. With an unexpected turn in the second half of the film, the second half of the film is the most intriguing.

When it comes to performances, the majority of the film depends on Anikha Surendran, who did a great job to a certain extent, but needs a bit more work to grasp the characters’ emotions. Surya Vashista played his character with multiple hues of decency. Arjun Das’s character is well-developed, and he performed admirably in the role he was given. All other actors performed their roles as necessary by the story’s characters.

The film Butta Bomma is visually acceptable. Songs composed by Gopi Sundar are one of the film’s highlights, and his background score is well-suited to the circumstances. The cinematography by Vamsi Patchipulusu is fantastic, but when combined with Kappela, it lacks the original film’s outstanding graphics. Sithara Entertainments’ production values are subpar, since numerous compromises can be observed.

The filmmaker Shouree Chandrashekhar T Ramesh attempted to offer the film with minimal alterations. But only partially succeeded in making the film appealing to the sensitivities of the Telugu audience.

Overall, Butta Bomma is only watchable in theatres if you have not seen the Malayalam version.

Plus Points:

  • Performances
  • Twist

Minus Points:

  • Slow pace
  • Story

Rating: 2.5/5

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