Harischandra Prasad (Nandamuri Balakrishna) is an influential leader in Rayalaseema and he treats all his people as his children. To provide jobs to them, he decides to build a huge steel plant with the assistance of foreign collaborators. But Ramappa (Pradeep Rawat) and his assistant (Kota Srinivasa Rao) oppose this. They hatch a plan to eliminate him. His son Ramakrishna (Nandamuri Balakrishna) thwart the villain’s plans. But the story takes a cruel twist as the villains strike at the heart of the family by using Bobby (Nandamuri Balakrishna).
- Stars:Balakrishna, Laxmi Rai, Sukanya, Brahmanandam, Pradeep Singh Rawat, Jayasudha, Charan Raj, Saloni Aswani, Roald Smeets,
- Director:Murali Paruchari,
- Writer:Pancholi Murali
Harischandra Prasad (Nandamuri Balakrishna) is an influential leader in Rayalaseema and he treats all his people as his children. To provide jobs to them, he decides to build a huge steel plant with the assistance of foreign collaborators. But Ramappa (Pradeep Rawat) and his assistant (Kota Srinivasa Rao) oppose this. They hatch a plan to eliminate him. His son Ramakrishna (Nandamuri Balakrishna) thwart the villain’s plans. But the story takes a cruel twist as the villains strike at the heart of the family by using Bobby (Nandamuri Balakrishna). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: The Plot:Bhoothnath Returns starts with Bhoothnath aka Kailash Nath (Amitabh Bachchan)'s return to Bhoothworld, where he is laughed at by the other ghosts due to his inability to scare even children. Ahh...Bhoothworld is an afterworld Sarkari Office (Government Office) full of files. Ghosts wait with a token number to be reborn as humans. A mosquito rebirth can happen instantly, but there is lucky draw to be reborn as a film star's pet. Bhoothnath asks for a chance to earn his reputation as a ghost who can scare people and he is sent back to the earth as a ghost itself.Bhoothnath realizes that children are not afraid of him. Then, he meets street-smart Daharavi boy Akhrot (Parth Bhalerao) who can see him and even he is not scared of him. A beautiful bond develops between Bhoothnath and Akhrot. They join hands together to fight against various social evils. Bhoothnath becomes a reformer focusing on corruption, solving water shortages, clean streets etc. in Dharavi. A very novel concept of a ghost Bhoothnath standing for election against corrupt Bhau (Boman Irani) is shown. Akhrot's logic behind convincing Bhoothnath to stand for the election is that he is good and since he is dead, no one can kill him. How a politician manipulates speech for one's own advantage is also depicted in the movie. Official Trailer:Director and Story Writer:It is the 2nd movie of the director Nitesh Tiwari (after Chillar Party). Though the concept of the movie is very good, but could have been handled in a much better manner. Although the first half of the movie is good, the second half drags and gets preachy. It loses its feel as a Children's movie. But yes, Nitesh has been successful in conveying a social message that we as citizens have the responsibility to make the country win by choosing the right leaders.Cast and their Performance:Amitabh Bachchan as Bhoothnath is very natural, and spontaneous. He is seen more of himself enjoying with the kids.The highlight of the movie is Parth Bhalerao as Akhrot. He has given an outstanding performance. He shares almost every frame with Amitabh Bachchan.Boman Irani as Bhau is also good.Music:Music by Ram Sampth (Har Har Gange, Sahib, Dharavi Rap) is good. Palash Mucchal & Meet Bros Anjjan's 'Party to Banti Hai' (sung by Mika Singh and Meet Bros Anjjan) is also good. The movie closes with Yo Yo Honey Singh's 'Party with the Bhoothnath' is average.Moments to watch out for:Two dialogues by Amitabh Bachchan during Election Campaigning:Jo vote nahi dete wo apni awaz logon tak pahuchana nahi chahte. To hum bhi unki awaz nahi sunana chahte.Vote Dena jaruri hai kyonki desh ko jeetana hai.Thumbs up: Parth Bhalerao's performance as Akhrot. The bond between Parth Bhalerao and Amitabh Bachchan.Thumbs down:Children may not enjoy the second half since it gets preachy. The very genre of the movie gets ambiguous.One-Liner:Bhoothnath Returns could have been much more hilarious.
(de) wrote: The best Telugu film made in the recent times. You can hardly find a Telugu movie that echoes a central theme throughout . Deva Katta makes a memorable piece of cinema with crisp writing that interleaves hard realities with philosophy. The Dialogue plays a pivotal role in delivering the impact. I would love to see more movies made in Telugu that has the depth of story telling that Prasthanam has.
(es) wrote: In 1987 Gordon Gekko declared "that greed, for lack of a better word, is good" I am sure even he would be sickened by the tale of greed, corruption and inhumanity. A must see.
(kr) wrote: Worst movie ever hatted capote in this film i could not even stand to watch it becouse of his acting it was awefulU
(de) wrote: Though quite hard to watch at times, this is a beautifully realized film about an extremely ugly theme, hatred.
(de) wrote: Good film noir with the added tension of a possible plague epidemic. Jack Palance is an impressive figure in his feature film debut.
(ca) wrote: The story has whiskers, although Marsha Hunt gives it some dignity, but what a great chance to see and heard a wide spectrum of music and musicians of the time.
(es) wrote: In spite of the efforts of men like Johannes Schultz and Gustave Le Bon, hypnosis was often viewed as something supernatural or other-worldly well into the mid-twentieth century. This was not lost on German director Fritz Lang who made full use of public misconception here in this spin off of M. Though it's science is flawed, the rest of the film is well ahead of it's time. Lang's use of sound to tie scenes together (i.e. a ticking time-bomb becomes a man tapping on his breakfast egg) worked so well that similar effects are still being used today. The specter of Dr. Mabuse and his hypnotic mind control manifests itself in ghostly apparitions which Lang presents in transparent fashion, complete with makeup that is almost as effective and frightening today as it was in 1933. Don't expect this to be in the same league as Lang's landmark crime drama M, to compare the two would be unfair. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse is much more of a ghost story, a horror film, than it's predecessor but it is very much a classic in it's own right. Anchored in realism but delving far further into the macabre and the surreal.