Trailer Review: 'Bhairava Geetha'
You wait to see something different, if not something extraordinarily different, when you are repeatedly promised that what's going to come will blow your mind off. But the Trailer for the Telugu-Tamil film 'Bhairava Geetha', as it turns out, is more of the same. More of the same RGV-ness. When he is around, hackneyed frames can't be far away. After all, it's he who has co-written this supposedly intense, true-to-life love story.
At less than 2 minutes, the trailer for 'Bhairava Geetha' is replete with violence, voices seething with rage, key characters always on the verge of doing something shocking or being shocked, so on and so forth.
Slow motion shots aside, the background music (music is by Ravi Shankar) is repetitious, complete with the chanting of the same words, a done-to-death trope in RGV's many flops. Jagadeesh Cheekati's cinematography is dark.
Starring Dhananjaya and Irra Mor as the lead pair, the raw and rustic film has story and screenplay by RGV and Ram Vamsi Krishna (also its dialogue writer).
Directed by Siddhartha Thatholu, the film has been bought over by Abhishek Nama and Bhasker Rassi.