Masala Telugu Movie Review

  • Film : Masala
  • Producer : Suresh Babu, Sravanthi Ravi Kishore
  • Director : K. Vijaya Bhaskar
  • Star Cast : Venkatesh, Ram, Anjali...
  • Music Director : S. Thaman

Suresh Babu, brother of Venkatesh and Sravanti Kishore uncle of Ram produced the movie subject of which is only humor. It is a remake of Hindi Bol Bachchan acted by Ajay Devgan and Abhishek Bachchan to be reacted by Venkatesh and Ram.

Other Ratings

Average Movie Rating
  AVG: fullfullfullfullfull1.5


  fullfullfullfullfull2.75 Rahman loses his...

The village head Balram speaks in...



Masala Movie is a Makki ki makki remake of Bol Bachchan without adding any Telugu flavor to it. Rahman (Ram) and Sania (Anjali) are siblings whose property is in dispute in the courts. As living at their native place became difficult for them as Rahaman do not have a job to survive. They leave the place for Bheemarajapuram where Balaram (Venkatesh) lives. Balaram is a powerful person in the village who can never tolerate a person telling a lie but Rahman tells lies forced by the situation and goes on telling lies to cover previous lies. It makes his life miserable and a laughing subject to the audience as the film makers aimed.

What happens to Rahman who made his name as Ram when the truth has to be spilled is something to be seen on screen.

Analysis :


Only Venkatesh’s performance and Ram’s dances and Jaya Prakash Reddy’s variety role are worth seeing. Heroines have no scope to show their acting talent. Even the Venkatesh’s funny dialogues of English were felt exaggerated some times to irritate rather than amusing. Brahmanandam, MS Narayana and Ali gave some relief from boring but they were understandably given only short time.

Performance :


Excepting Venkatesh and comedians acting nothing much is worth talking about. There is nothing new in the story to interest the audience. Director Vijay Bhaskar only dittoed the Bol Bachchan movie directed by Rohit Shetty scene by scene in Telugu. Thaman’s music is not up to the mark. Director seems to have lost interest in improvising the story. He simply went by the original in a mechanical way. That is why a formal following is present but the soul is missing.

Final Word: Main aim of the movie is to entertain audience with comedy scenes but the very comedy part has failed horribly. Out of all Rasas, Hasya Rasa is the toughest to perform. An additional care is required to take in that sort of movies. But even normal care taking is lacking in the movie. The best advice is you can avoid the movie if you can.


(AW: SriJa)