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A partially tipsy ride with some interesting elements and a subordinary execution!
Bodhai Yeri Budhi Maari has some interesting new elements related to drugs and has a good intention in the form of the message that it wants to convey. There are some nice moments, a lot of promise in terms of certain sequences that are shot well and decent performances but the fizz is lacking in so...(more)
Source: Akash, MovieCrow
Despite being structured as a crime thriller, Bodhai Yeri Budhi Maari feels like a lengthy PSA against taking drugs.
It is mainly the what's-happening factor - are the events that we are seeing happening for real or are they playing out in Karthik's head - that keeps us invested in the story. Even the visuals (by Balasubramaniem) aren't as hallucinatory as the ones we got in Simba, another film where the hero got ...(more)
Source: Suganth, Times Of India
Good dose, but not potent enough
True to the film's title, Chandru does take us on a mildly intoxicating ride and helps us reach a perceptible high. However, instead of letting us slowly waltz in the la-la land in our minds, we are crash-landed back to reality with a huge brightly-lit neon sign that says: 'Drugs are bad'. Well, for...(more)
Source: Avinash Ramachandran , CinemaExpress.com
Interesting plot marred by shoddy writing
Bodhai Yeri Buddhi Maari got a pretty interesting idea but because of the shallow execution and screenplay, the film ends up as an average watch.(more)
Source: Moviebuzz, Sify.com
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