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Bus Stop Movie Review

Time:11:35 am Date: Nov 12, 2012

Film: Bus Stop

Starring: Prince,Sri Divya,Rao Ramesh,Sai Kumar,Hasika

Director: Maruti

Producer: Bellamkonda Suresh

Banner: Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Productions

Music: J.B



Sreenu (Prince) loves Shailu aka Shalini (Sri Divya). Her love towards Sreenu brings a clash between Shailu and her father. Besides Srinu, none of his friends focus on future. There are other simultaneous love tracks like Seema (Hasika) flirts with guys by accepting gifts while Muthu (Sai Kumar Pampana) wilds away time flirting girls changing the SIM cards ignoring his own parents. All the love tracks end up in troubles and how situations changes and the conflicts between the parents-youngsters form the crux.


Prince of Neku Naku Dash Dash fame looked charming and a bit confident than his debut film but he needs to fine tune his dialogue delivery and expressions to survive.

Sri Divya looks good and she is good at her acting while her expressions are decent. Rakshita looked hot, Sai Kumar Pampana was good at his ease in comedy. Rao Ramesh has an important role and he has done a decent job along with parents characters roles. Others filled the screenspace.

Technical Analysis

Jb musical scores are good and a couple of songs make a mark, cinematography is decent and it looked colorful on the screens. Maruthi who penned the script as well as handled the direction has chosen the double meaning dialogues packed with sexual humor. Editing is crisp. Bellamkonda Suresh production values are standard.


Maruthi has stuck to his Ee Rojullo formula though he has chosen a decent subject of the conflicts between parents and youngsters on love. How are youngsters spoiling their lives with no focus on their future has been the central subject but the director has added his branded Adult and Vulgar comedy. Besides the emotional scenes in the pre-climax episodes the entire film goes on vulgar dialogues that might connect with youngster but not the family audiences. People who liked the Ee Rojullo movie will like it as the narration is quick and adult comedy is bulk but the film could have been made in a clean way reducing the sleazy stuff. Bus Stop being straight Telugu release for Diwali has potential to do good at the Box-Office.

Final Verdict

Strictly for youngsters who likes Adult comedies

User Comments

nice movie

Nov 12, 2012 at 9:20 pm

paisa vasool good comedy sentiment = overall good movie

nice movie

Nov 12, 2012 at 9:20 pm

paisa vasool good comedy sentiment = overall good movie


Nov 12, 2012 at 7:25 pm

movie is superrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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