Bommarillu (2006)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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A young man realizes that he has to push back against his domineering father if he wants to find true happiness and love.

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4 July 2008 | AvinashPatalay
Finding Nemo meets Maine Pyar Kiya
Bommarillu is dressed to the nine's with novelties that makes it tick... and boy o boy - they work big time! Presentation is the key differentiator, otherwise the story is a tried & tested formula in Indian cinema since the medium itself.

Siddharth: After Rang De, the expectations run high and he does surpass them. Consistent performer indeed.

Genelia: An apt choice and has all the coy looks to carry the role effortlessly. Very promising.

Prakash Raj: Luckily he does not succumb to reprising "I care a hoot about the camera" attitude. Hence the restrained performance works for the movie playing the "I decide for you" father.

Jaya Sudha:: Small role but effective.

Kota, Subramaniam Dharmavarapu, Suneel, Brahmanandam & Tanikella Bharani:: Adequate

Songs are hummable. Foreign locales are beautiful and Hyderabad never looked so appealing!!

Bhaskar the director:: Our "Da man" has mastered the 4-P's of marketing spot-on.

PS: Last time the tag-line "Love makes life beautiful...." was used in Mahesh Bhatt's "Aashiqui " 1990.

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Laloo Darwaja
Sung by Naveen,
Murli, and Priya Prakash
Composed by Devi Sri Prasad
Lyrics by Kulasekhar


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