The Kalyan Ram starrer is an interesting time travel and visual treat.

Kalyan Ram starrer Bombisara has hit the theaters and the first few reviews from Twitter users point to an interesting historical drama with some fantastic time travel elements. Directed by Malidi Vasisht, it also stars Catherine Tresa, Samyutha Menon, Warina Hussain, Vanilla Kishore and others. Let’s take a deep dive into what the movie is all about.

What is it about?

Bembisara (Nandamori Kalyan Rama) is the emperor of Trigartala kingdom. A tyrannical ruler goes to any extent to achieve his will. He has a twin brother, Devdatta (Kalyan Ram), who is the exact opposite of Bombisara. After a scuffle between the brothers, Bembisara comes across the Mayadarpini (a magic mirror), and when he touches it without releasing his powers, Bembisara’s time jumps to the present time, 2022. The rest of the story is about how he adjusts to the present time. world and gets rid of it.

Filmmaker Malidi Vasisht wrote the story of his directorial debut inspired by comic books like Chandamama and Balamitra. Not only wrote the story, Will also succeeded in executing the screenplay properly. Remarkably, he managed to captivate the audience from the beginning to the end of the film. Especially featuring Kalyan Ram, it’s just worth mentioning.

Music and other fields?

MM Kirwani, who provided the background score for the film, brought the film to life with his re-recordings. However, the songs could have been better. After the testament, special mention can go to Chhote K Naidu for the cinematography, which was adequate.

It would have been better if more attention had been given to the graphics work. Tami Raju’s edit is fine.

Actors’ performances

Bimbisara features a large number of artists playing interesting roles. Talking about Nandamuri Kalyan Ram, he has shown a new kind of fantasy character, which he has not done before in his acting career. His acting in the scenes where he realizes the mistakes he made during his time as a king in the past is impressive.

On the other hand, the two female leads – Catherine Teresa and Samyutha Menon – did not leave an impression worth talking about.


Story, Screenplay

First half

Re-recording by MM Kirwani

Chota K Naidu’s camera work


No strong female characters.

Zero effect of other characters

The Last Word: An exciting time-travel visual thriller.

Rating: 3/5

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