Bengal Tiger Review rating: BT is the story about Akash who hails from a small village but aims big. He has huge plans to become a celebrity and settle well in his career. In this process, he targets a minister (Shivaji Shinde) and knocks him with a stone during a public event. His attitude and body language inspires the minister after which he takes him as his personal security. (see: Salman Khan – Hit and Run Case.)
From this Akash makes his moves towards Home Minister (Rao Ramesh) and then to Chief Minister (Boman Irani). In this process, Shraddha (Rashi Khanna) and Meera (Tamannah) falls for his who are the daughters of Home Minister and Chief Minister. The rest of the movie is about the relation of Akash with the Chief Minister. Watch the complete movie to know about the rest.
Bengal Tiger Review
The first half of BengalTiger has been filled with loads of entertainment. The audience will laugh loud for some of the episodes of Ravi Teja, Posani Krishna Murali, and Prudhvi. The songs have been decent and the cinematography has been fantastic. Though the movie missed many logics, the entertainment played the major role in entertaining the audience during the first half.
The second half of BengalTiger is something completely different. The director lost the clarity and grip of the script. The original plot has deviated and the entertainment levels fall completely down. The complete film has been predictable and falls flat during the climax. On the whole, the complete second half is a huge downfall.
Ravi Teja has done a tailor made a character with BengalTiger once again. He delivered out his best, but his lean look disappointed the audience as he missed the magical presence. Tamannah has been glamorous enough in her limited role.
Rashi Khanna has been terrific on screen and she will grab big offers after the release of BengalTiger. Rao Ramesh, Boman Irani and Shiyaji Shinde impressed everyone as the opponents and Prudhvi, Posani Krishna Murali, Shankar managed the entertainment. All others have been decent.
The story of the movie is stalled out completely and has nothing much to say. The screenplay and the dialogues have been just ok. The music has been apt, but they have not been shot well.
The cinematography is the only highlight of the movie along with the grand production values. Director Sampath Nandi fails to impress the audience with his lost second half.Bengal Tiger Review
Bengal Tiger Rating
BT is a movie that lets down because of the confused and predictable second half. The entertainment and the performances alone cannot save the film. BT movie Rating: 2.5/5.