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Cast: Varun Sandesh, Swetha Prasad, Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Ahuti Prasad, Rajitha, Brahmanandam, Rao Ramesh, etc.
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues:
Sreekanth Addala
Camera: Chota K. Naidu
Art: A.S. Prakash
Choreography: Sobhi Paul Raj, Pradeep Anthony, Balabhaskar
Fights: Sayeed
Music: Mickey J. Meyer
Lyrics: Sreekanth Addala, Anantha Sriram, sirivennela Seetarama Sastry
Editing: Marthand K. Venkatesh
Co-producers: Shirish, Lakshman
Producer: Dil Raju
Direction: Sreekanth Addala
CBFC Rating: U
Date of Theatrical Release: October 9, 2008

A 'tender' love story of the lead pair and the love between parents and children.
What's it all about?
Balu (Varun Sandesh) is the son of loving parents (Prakash Raj & Jayasudha) who hails from Rajahmundry. His father Vishnumurthy gives him love and nothing else! He joins in a junior college where Swapna (Swetha Prasad), the daughter of a strict father (Ahuti Prasad) and an over-concerned mother (Rajitha) from Gajuwaka (Vishakhapatnam), joins too. Naturally, they fall in love. How did their love get to be known to their families? How did their families react? Does their 'love' stand, or is it just infatuation?

Varun Sandesh is just okay. He doesn't have the looks that suit a junior college student. At least, his moustache could have been trimmed off better! Even while the director chooses his friends who're actually in their teens, the hero appears older than his role. Swetha Prasad, on the other hand, carries the right looks for her role, and is at much ease on the screen. She's expressive too and emotes well in various moods of the film. Prakash Raj appears in the role of the hero's father, which is a toned-down, over-caring version of his 'father roles' in Parugu or Nuvve.. Nuvve... or Bommarillu; only here, he provides his son the freedom that was lacking in Bommarillu. Jayasudha again appears on his side, after Bommarillu, and gives controlled performance as the hero's mother ; she's particularly good in the scene where she shares her feelings with Prakash Raj after Varun Sandesh talks aloud and leaves. . Ahuti Prasad is at ease in the role of the heroine's father, and has an interesting characterization. Rajitha is good and natural as the heroine's mother. Brahmanandam appears in a relatively short role as the principal of the junior college, and provides some comedic relief, but has more of a serious role in the film. Rao Ramesh, the grand son of Rao Gopala Rao who shot into fame with the role of a naxalite in Gamyam, delivers the goods as a lecturer with a positive outlook, but his character could have been etched better; it reminds the young professor's role in Chetan Bhagat's popular novel Five Point Someone. Most of the rest of the cast is new, and have done their job appreciably nevertheless. Some of the hero's friends and heroines' friends have a natural instinct in acting and may make it big in future.

Bottom Line:
Kottha Bangaaru Lokam is a thin story line that reminds of several films of the past in its treatment, with several aspects requiring more care than is shown. While the idea of (yet another) love story in junior college is not appreciable, the film's first half provides ample entertainment towards the youth, like Happy Days that was released just about a year ago, and can make the film a commercially successful venture. On the whole, the film is a youthful entertainer that has some drag, twists and turns towards its journey to the rather different climax.

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