Butta Bomma Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Butta Bomma Review: Telugu audiences are now in the mood to accept the unique content, there have been many films made with good content and they made blockbusters and now Butta Bomma seems to be another content-based film with its trailer. Butta Bomma is an official remake of the Malayalam blockbuster Kappela, well without any delay let’s get into the review and find out whether this film is worth watching or not.

Butta Bomma Review



Satya(Anikha Surendran) is a degree dropout who dials the wrong number and on the other side is an auto rickshaw guy, slowly the due fell in love and decided to meet. Sathya went to the city to meet him but a twist arises in the tale when a mysterious man follows her everywhere she goes. Finally, why he is following her? Is Sathya in trouble that needs to be seen in the film?

Cast & Crew

Anikha Surendran, Arjun Das, Surya Vashistta, and others, Shouree Chandrashekhar T Ramesh directed the film, Gopi Sundar composes the music, Vamsi Patchipulusu is the cinematographer, Navin Nooli is the editor and the film is produced by Naga Vamsi S. – Sai Soujanya under the banner of Sithara Entertainments in association with Fortune Four Cinemas.

Movie Name Butta Bomma
Director Shouree Chandrashekhar T Ramesh
Music Director Gopi Sundar
Producer Naga Vamsi S. – Sai Soujanya
Genre Drama Thriller
Cast Anikha Surendran, Arjun Das, Surya Vashistta, and others
Cinematography Vamsi Patchipulusu

Movie Verdict

Butta Bomma is an official remake of a Malayalam film called ‘Kappela’ which was released in 2020. The film was praised for the story and taking and now Butta Bomma seems like a xerox copy of Kappela, it’s better to not change anything while making a remake and Butta Bomma makers stick to that. The film starts off with a slow narration with the introduction of Sathya, the first half went with snail-paced narration, but the love track and the scenes engage for a while, the film gets interesting at pre-interval and it caries the curiosity to watch the latter half.

In the second half where the actual story begins, the drama turned into a thriller, once Sathya realizes about his boyfriend and tries to escape from then the racy screenplay makes you glued to the seat til the climax. The second half is not just a thriller it has some important point director addressed which is women’s sex trafficking and the way he blends it is quite commendable.

Talking about the performances, Anikha Surendran as Sathya does a fair job, as an innocent village she did a brilliant performance, Surya Vashistta did his part well and Arjun Das made his debut to Tollywood and the best of his character is he dubbed himself and he is just phenomena as usual, the rest of the cast did their best.

Shouree Chandrashekhar T Ramesh directed the film, they have chosen a relatable plot and presented it quite well, they have brilliantly shown how a wrong dial can affect lives be it good or bad, despite the slow narration in the first half, they succeeded in engaging the audience. Technically, Butta Bomma is good, and Vamsi Patchipulusu’s cinematography is the biggest advantage of the film, Gopi Sundar’s songs are passable but he maintains the thrill with his background score.

Overall, Butta Bomma is a watchable drama thriller that is made with a relevant point.

Plus Points:

  • Story
  • Second Half
  • Performances
  • Background score

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration
  • Predictable here and there

Rating: 3/5

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