The film is all about the points of love, infatuation,
attraction, flirting etc... and it explains the mindset of the
present generation youth, their lifestyle, their emotions and other
such scenarios. The differences between the parents' mindset and
the children's lifestyle is perfectly shown on the celluloid by the
Srinu (Prince) and Sailaja (Sri Divya) are in love with each other.
Srinu has a gang of friends and all of them have their own love
tracks. Among them Seema (Hasika) is in love with one of the boys.
However, it is not really love but she flirts with him for costly
gifts. The director chooses to explain how the boys or girls fall
in to the trap of the opposite sex not knowing whether it is love
or infatuation or attraction or flirting by the others.
At the same time, the director wants to narrate one more point
as to how their parents trust their children and how far the
children maintain the same trust towards their parents. In this
process only the true love stories succeed and reach their goals
perfectly and end up in marriage, but the other stories which are
filled with infatuation, attraction or flirting end up with either
unwanted pregnancies or failed love stories. In this course of
action, those who follow the advice of parents and set a proper
goal would succeed in reaching them. The film tries to explain all
Performance: It is Sri Divya, who wins the hearts of audiences
with her fantastic performance and with her glamour. Prince has
also done a good job all through the movie. As most of the artistes
in the film are either novices or just one or two films' old, all
of them appear a little raw in acting. Saikumar, who has played the
role of Panakalu's son, who appears as the Tiffin Centre owner,
tries to tickle the funny bones of audiences and he has almost
succeeded in his attempt.
Next comes, Rao Ramesh. Being a seasoned artiste, he has done
complete justice to his role. Though many people do not like to
accept his attitude, the way he accepts the romantic moves of his
daughter is hard nut to crack for many audiences. At the same time,
the emotional struggles of the parents of Sailaja and Seema are
also shown well. Hasika has also brought lot of fun with her
performance. DMK Muralikrishna is the other artiste who brought
lots of laughs all through the film.
Technical: The cinematographer has used the Canon 5D system and
brought an excellent copy of the film. Instead of normal celluloid
output, the system is of much higher quality. Moreover, the system
gives good scope for a neat editing. JB's music is melodious and it
has gelled well with the present day youths' attitude. The
dialogues penned for the film is a little crude and does not sound
good for the normal and family audiences. But, those who like the
adult comedy take them very easily.
Director Maruthi, with his perfect screenplay and direction, has
succeeded in his attempt in what he exactly wanted to explain
through this film. While watching the movie, the audiences feel
that they are also one among them and identify one of the
characters with them. Especially, the youngsters would have this
Remarks: Young adults would enjoy the first half of the film.
The second half is a little boring as it is filled with sentiments.
Though the entertainment values are good, the raw and adult comedy
is a hard nut to crack for the family audiences. Of course, those
who have accepted the film Ee Rojullo would also accept Bus Stop,
but the film should not be watched by parents and children together
as there are many uneasy scenes in the film.
Producer: Bellamkonda Suresh
Cast: Prince, Sri Divya, Rao Ramesh, Hasika,
Saikumar, DMK Muralikrishna
Release Date: November 11