Bhoomi runs an eco-friendly start-up business in Hyderabad. Her mother, Prabhavati, wants her to marry soon and is searching for a suitable groom, but Bhoomi is reluctant to marry. Aakash is a successful architect in Paris who decides to come to India to find a life partner. One review said it’s “superficial but refreshing romcom” and I think it’s a perfect description of this movie. The dialogues at time feel so over the top and the emotions are so forced!
Murali Sharma, as Bhumi’s father, makes total sense when he asks his wife to give her daughter the time she needs to figure out what she wants in life. Thaman’s ‘Digu Digu transfer to google fi Digu Naga’ is an enjoyable song, although the choreography is half-hearted. Harsha Vardhan plays a character that would have been done by a Rao Ramesh in a star vehicle.
Unlike her role from Pelli Choopulu, Bhoomi is extremely affected by relationships from her past to an extent it changes her entire personality. Varudu Kaavalenu falls for the cliches of Telugu mainstream films, but it’s not a futile attempt. Rakshasi’ – this is the name given to Bhoomi for being uptight, punctual, decisive, and for lacking empathy.
Naga Shaurya’s best film in terms of his looks, dress sense. He is naturally classy as an architect, performed with ease. Ritu Varma who picks her characters best suit to her body language, yet again got impressive role as Bhoomi. Nadiya, Murali Sharma as parents of Bhoomi played their standard roles.
Yet, as the film also wants her to sing and dance and croon cheesy lyrics, Ritu Varma struggles rather visibly. Is the story of Bhoomi who has entrepreneurial ambitions with her Fab India-esque company, throwing in some dreams about going green and all. What does Bhoomi want and will her mother find a suitable boy for her is the crux of the film. Prabhavati is on a mission to get her daughter Bhumi get married. However, Bhumi who runs an eco-friendly company DharanI Eco-Tech in Hyderabad doesn’t give in to her mom’s pressures and she is supported by her father Rammohan , an advocate. Naga Shourya, Ritu Varma’s Varudu Kaavalenu hit the screens today.
He is impressed with how empowered she is and falls for her. While they fall for each other, they also share a past and complications arise. As the film progresses, the director almost seems too obsessed with Bhoomi, exploring her various facets. The first half ends on a decent note but the ride to there is too slow to handle.