Raj Tarun’s Orey Bujjiga Movie Review:

Raj Tarun's Orey Bujjiga Movie Review:
Raj Tarun's Orey Bujjiga Movie Review:


Raj Tarun is in need of a solid hit after he tasted a series of disasters. The actor pinned all his hopes on Orey Bujjiga, a romantic comedy that is directed by Vijay Kumar Konda. Malavika Nair and Hebah Patel are the leading ladies and KK Radha Mohan bankrolled Orey Bujjiga. The film is streaming on Aha and here is the complete review of the film:


Orey Bujjiga is the story of Bujjigadu (Raj Tarun). Bujjigadu and Krishna Veni (Malavika Nair) run away from home on the same day and they meet in a train. Everyone in the town thinks that they eloped together. They soon turn friends and float a startup to work together. The rest of Orey Bujjiga is all about the true identities of Bujjigadu and Krishnaveni and their backstories and how they defend each other. Watch Orey Bujjiga to know what happens next.


Raj Tarun and Malavika Nair
Entertainment in parts
First Half


Boring and dragged second half
poor entertainment in the second half


Raj Tarun delivers a decent performance as Bujjigadu though it offers nothing new. He thrills the audience in a role hiding his true identity. Malavika Nair has a packed role and she excels in the assignment. The actress adds life to the role of Krishna Veni in the film. Vani Vishwanath is one of the major surprises of the film. She is powerful and perfect in the assigned role. Naresh, Posani and Sapthagiri manage to generate smiles. All the other actors delivered their best.

Orey Bujjiga has nothing exciting except the basic plot. There is a lot of confusion in the screenplay and the dialogues are decent. The music is just below average and so is the background score. The cinematography work is decent and the production values too made the film look good and colorful. Vijay Kumar Konda wanted to recreate the magic of his debut film Gundey Jaari Gallanthayyindey but fails badly in executing the plot.


Orey Bujjiga sounds decent with the first half but it falls flat because of the boring and dragged second half. A below-average film and one more disappointment from Raj Tarun.


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