Bangaru Kodipetta is a romantic crime comedy thriller that has all commercial elements to woo the mass viewers. Navdeep and Swati's performances are the main attractions of the film. Raj Pippala's engrossing screenplay, Mahesh Shankar's music, Sahit Raza's cinematography and a few comedy scenes are other highlights of the movie. The slow and dragging narration in the first half is one big drawback of the film.
Boni fame director Raj Pippala, who has written and directed Bangaru Kodipetta, has chosen an interesting story for the movie, which revolves around the gold story of ambitious girl and boy. The film is a journey through warm doses of humour, romance and twists and turns. It offers a glimpse into what a human heart is capable of.
Bangaru Kodipetta opens with humourous title cards followed by a flashback scene. But after few minutes, the movie goes into slow-motion mode and the dragging narration continues till the end of the first half. The film picks up the speed after the interval, and a few interesting twists keep you glued to screens in the second half. The twist in the pre-climax and climax are superb.
Bhanumati Pinnieseetty (Swati Reddy), who lives in Krishna Nagar, is failed in Telugu medium 9th standard, but she wants to be in English medium. She works for a Cola Company at a Mall. She is ambitious, dreamer and aspires to be rich and she is willing to take any risk for it. When she loses her job, her ambitious self decides to risk it all for an inside robbery and she approaches her co-worker Vamsi (Navdeep) with the idea. Continue to read Bangaru Kodipetta movie review in the slideshow.