Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna Movie Review: Simple Romantic Tale

Naveen Chandra and Salony Luthra are making enough noise with their upcoming film Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna. Srikanth Nagothi is making his directorial debut with this romantic entertainer and Northstar Entertainments, Krishiv Productions are the producers. Shravan Bharadwaj composed the music and Achu composed the background score. The film is streaming on Aha from today. Here is the complete review of Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna:

Story:

Ramakrishna (Naveen Chandra) is a fresh soul who comes from a village and shifts to Hyderabad for a job. Bhanumathi (Salony Luthra) is an independent woman who is strong and career-focused. The real story unfolds after Ramakrishna joins in an MNC where Bhanumathi works. The rest of the film is all about their bonding and how it turns into a strong relationship. At times, they break it, fight but end up bonding together and taking their relationship further. Give Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna a shot to know about their romantic journey:

Positives:

Performances
Emotional content
Music and background score
Cinematography
Dialogues

Negatives:

Slow pace
Plot
Pre-climax

Performances:

Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna has strong performances by the lead actors Naveen Chandra and Salony Luthra. They deliver top-class performance throughout and they are flawless in the emotional episodes. The climax is a perfect treat. Viva Harsha keeps the audience entertaining and is spontaneous. Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna has nothing exciting with the plot but the writing is good. The screenplay and dialogues take the film to the next level.

The music is good though there are no romantic numbers. The background score by Achu elevates some of the episodes well. The cinematography work will be remembered and the production values are grand. Debutant Srikanth does his work well and keeps the audience engaging in this emotional entertainer.

Final Word:

Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna is a decent attempt and is beautiful in parts. Strong performances along with the clean narration make it a one time watch.