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Review of Bhamakalapam 2: Priyamani’s criminal comedy falls short of being edgy and intense

<p>Review of Bhamakalapam 2: In the past, the Telugu cinema industry produced award-winning films like Chantabbai, Money Money, and Kshana Kshanam. Nobody has seen a Telugu movie like Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya since it was released in 2019. However, with the popularity of movies like Raja Raja Chora, DJ Tillu, and others, the genre has turned into a low-hanging fruit for producers. For this reason, it annoys me when Bhamakalapam 2, which is now available on Aha and starring Abhimanyu Tadimeti, has trouble getting going.</p>
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<p><strong>Two-story Bhamakalapam </strong><br />
Given that her curiosity and nosiness got her into such difficulty the previous time, YouTuber Anupama (Priyamani) has pledged to mind her own business (Bhamakalapam in 2022). She moved and enlisted her ex-housekeeper Shilpa (Sharanya Pradeep) as an accomplice, but only so that they could operate a restaurant. Her food channel is doing admirably. Although everything in her life seems to be going well, a chipped ceiling, a culinary show, a drug dealer, and a dishonest police officer drag her back into the world of crime.</p>
<p><strong>Review of Bhamakalapam 2 </strong><br />
The central theme of Bhamakalapam was a Faberge egg, but the sequel centers on a golden rooster. Similar to the last movie, Anupama gets into difficulty because of a dead corpse. In both movies, there are also dishonest police officers. In essence, even with its shortcomings, what was once energizing and lively now starts to seem a bit monotonous and repetitious. The fact that Abhimanyu seems to make some of the same errors again after two years doesn’t help, particularly considering how long the movie is. Anupama is the kind of person who finds herself in trouble on a regular basis. However, not enough of the movie engages you.</p>
<p>A multitude of personalities, each having a stake in the mayhem, populate the cast of Bhamakalapam 2. Not only does Anuj Gurwara play her husband, a CEO named Anthony Lobo, but Seerat Kapoor also portrays a young actress named Zubeida, who receives a needless song. Raghu Mukherjee plays a police officer named Sadanand. In addition, there are vicious assassins who can murder with pencils, a security guard who has a penchant for stealing, two drug lords who pose as movie distributors, and a number of other characters who never get enough screen time.</p>
<p><strong>Sharanya and Priyamani gleam </strong><br />
Priyamani and Sharanya resume their conversation with ease. Priyamani gives a subtle performance as someone who is mindful of the impact of her actions on other people this time. In some instances, Sharanya is amusing, particularly when she’s taken along on a journey that she didn’t choose. The two take full use of it, even in absurd circumstances. Despite the fact that you can already see where her relationship will go, Seerat plays the part well and gives her character a compelling path.</p>
<p><strong>More creativity was required. </strong><br />
In Bhamakalapam 2, Anupama is absent for much too long, and the narrative becomes uninteresting when it does. Even after building up the theft, the deed isn’t all that inventive. In contrast to her last trip, the stakes don’t seem to be as high, even though the enemy manipulates Anupama on a regular basis. It seems inadvertently amusing how she pulls the rug out from under everyone at the end. Simply said, Bhamakalapam 2 isn’t campy enough; maybe the next installment will be.</p>

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