Director:        Dharani
Producer:     A M Ratnam
Cast:     Pawan Kalyan, Raja, Meera Chopra, Reema Sen, Mukesh Rishi, Ashutosh Rana, Ali, Venu Madhav, M S Narayan, Dharmavarapu Subramanyam, Shakeela
Music:     Vidyasagar

Director Dharani has taken up a good project with Pawan Kalyan. ‘Bangaram’ is all about the hero Kalyan with an interesting storyline. He partly succeeds in his attempt.

Bangaram (Pawan Kalyan) is a reporter for a local TV channel. His ambition is to work for an International channel. In the process of getting an approval letter from Peddi Reddy (Mukesh Rishi), he happens to travel and stay in Kurnool for a couple of days. Local factionist Bhuma Reddy (Ashutosh Rana) misleads Peddi Reddy and arranges marriage to his brother with Peddi Reddy’s daughter Sandhya (Meera Chopra), to get the name and power. On the otherside, Sandhya loves Vinay (Raja) and decides to leave with him to the US. How Bangaram helps her out from the shackles of Bhuma Reddy forms the rest of the story.

Pawan Kalyan did a spectacular job. His character is more of action base with a glimpse of comedy in the foremost part. Fights are the main asset of the movie. Meera Chopra looked beautiful on the screen. Reema Sen, as a co-reporter to Pawan Kalyan, did well. Mukesh Rishi as a father of Meera Chopra and as a faction leader did well. Asutosh Rana got more footage in the movie and he did a great job. Screenplay is reasonable. Direction by Dharani is good in some situations. First half of the movie is dealt with a mix of comedy and action. Second half is totally based on action. The other aspects are okay.

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