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Budugu Blah Blah - Allari
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Budugu Blah Blah
Past Budugu Trivia
Santosham
Vasu
Aadi
Nuvvu Leka Nenu Lenu
Takkari Donga
Seema Simham
Adhipati
Nuvvu Naaku Nachav
Akasa Veedhilo
Naa Manasista Raa!
Bava Nachadu
Prematho Raa!
Kushi
Eduruleni Manishi
E for Elopement
Narasimha Naidu
Murari
What is Budugu Blah Blah?
Budugu - the famous cartoon character from Bapu work - jumps into idlebrain team and tells you cute little things every week. Listen to this 10-year-old naughty kid talk sense and share his valuable gossip!
Allari

Hello guys! I am back. I was so busy during these summer holidays watching so many movies - some good, some bad and most of them worse - that it took me so much time to come out of those shocks. As you all know, I always love allari and when I saw some eye-catching posters of this movie called 'Allari', I definitely wanted to watch the movie. So I started the allari of my summer vacation by watching 'Allari'.

I believe, EVV, one day, called his son Naresh and confessed to him - "Dear son, I have been making films with cheap comedy and double entendres. Days have changed now. People have realized their mistake of encouraging those kinds of films. Now I am repenting for making such films. My dear son, I want to rest for a while. You enter the film industry. I don't know what you will do, but you should get me a good name. People should say that 'EVV is a good man' after watching your films. You must impress the Telugu film audience like that." Being a loyal son, EVV Naresh said yes and acted in the film - 'Allari'.

After watching Allari, I overheard ladies, coming out of the theater, commenting that 'EVV Satyanarayana is indeed a good man. Checkout his son! He is acting in cheaper comedies than what his father made.' Hmm! Finally Naresh did earn his dad a good name.

Looking at the novel and funky posters of the movie I got carried away that the story of the movie would be as novel as its posters. But it's an age-old triangular love story - a line that is inspired by Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (Tammudu in Telugu) film. Naresh and Swetha are childhood pals. Then a bomb (pun intended tsk!) Nilambari explodes in Naresh's life out of nowhere just like the bombs exploding along the India - Pakistan border. Naresh tries too hard for Nilambari and gets her too. Then he realizes that all that glitters is not gold and returns to his childhood sweet heart Swetha.

Being a dreamer myself, I really liked the way the hero was introduced in this film. An oomph-oozing skimpy clad lady opens a wooden cupboard and finds a bare-chested Naresh inside it. She drags him by his tie and throws him on a bed. Her body is wet with oil and sweat. She takes a transparent honey pot and pours drops of honey onto the waiting lips of Naresh, who already has his tongue out to taste the nectar. As he is dreaming about his fantasy, his mother, sister and Swetha spoil his dream by pouring cold water on to his face, which is waiting for honey from the fantasy lady. This scene sets the pace of the film and the rest is a roller-coaster ride.

Like any Telugu film, this film too has a lot of surrealistic environments. Kota is a kanjoos person, who sizes his pants and gifts them to his son Naresh who is about to join his intermediate. Though Kota is projected as peenasi no. 1, his flat is full of posh interior designs. All the furniture is picked up from Begumpet's 'Life Style'. The family of Kota would be pouring Kellog's fruits loops in to milk for breakfast instead of having upma followed by 1/3 chai in a steel glass. Looks like Ravi Babu's American training in films did not teach him some measures about having reality in his films.

There is one particular reference to our director fruit-loving director K Raghavendra Rao in this film, which made me roll on the floor in laughter. That dialogue is- "Mee inti mundu intlo manchi figure digindi. Aa ammai boddu K Raghavendra Rao BA chooste urgent gaa velli oka kilo draksha pallu konukkostaadu". I guess two birds with one shot is the policy of the dialogue writer Nivas. He took a dig at Raghavendra Rao's obsession with fruits and flowers and also at the habit of some film personalities mentioning their educational qualification beside their name. I guess these people are far better than the hero Mohan Babu. He used to refer himself as Dr. Mohan Babu MP (Rajya Sabha) in the titles of his films when he was serving 5-year term at Indian parliament. I guess I can add MBBS tag to my name and call myself as Budugu MBBS. Are you wondering what MBBS stands for? It is Master of Blah Blah and Sutthi (MBBS). What do you guys say? Budugu MBBS ha ha!

I often wonder why a good-looking girl ends up marrying an average looking guy and vice-versa. Probably Lord Brahma does not have good taste creating great looking couples. Or is it that beautiful/handsome people don't have a good 'eye' for beauty? The parents of Naresh and Swetha are perfect examples of that mismatch. And most of the situations in the movie are created for a love scene between the mother of Naresh and father of Nilambari. And when they are about to make the mistake, they realize it and become 'just friends'. Ravi Babu claims that he doesn't watch Telugu films much. But the formula of showing people doing mistake for 2 and half hours and then make them realize in the 5 minute climax is very typical to our Telugu films. After showing all possible mistakes people could make in life, the director cleverly ends the movie by explaining how pristine an unadulterated relationship could be. But the youth these days is cleverer than the director, they learn all the pranks one could play and forget the lessons the director wants them to learn.

Guys! This is between you and me and make sure that you wont spill the beans to Rani. I am like Naresh and Rani is like Swetha and I am looking for a Nilambari. Can anybody help? On second thoughts, I was wondering if she has reversed the characters and looking out for some other guy for fun. Hmm! That thought is scary. I need to stick to Rani if I want her loyalty to me. Though the Government is restricting the reservation for women to 33%, girls now a days are not only demanding for equal percentage of everything from their men but also getting it too. When they come up with such demands and when people call them feminists they make a fuss about it. But when we (read guys) just whine about their demands, forget about actually carrying on a march against such feminists, they term us as MCPs. Anyways, why get into all this? Lets enjoy life as it comes. Lets just think about 'allari' for now.

-Budugu

Past Budugu Trivia
Santosham
Vasu
Aadi
Nuvvu Leka Nenu Lenu
Takkari Donga
Seema Simham
Adhipati
Nuvvu Naaku Nachav
Akasa Veedhilo
Naa Manasista Raa!
Bava Nachadu
Prematho Raa!
Kushi
Eduruleni Manishi
E for Elopement
Narasimha Naidu
Murari

Hey guys.. please send me mails at budugu@idlebrain.com ......girls .. please dont send me any love letters. Rani knows my email password.
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