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Bhale Bhale Magadivoy (English: You are an interesting man) is a 2015 Indian Telugu-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Maruthi Dasari. Jointly produced by Bunny Vasu, V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy, and Pramod Uppalapati under their production companies GA2 Pictures and UV Creations, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy features Nani and Lavanya Tripathi in the lead roles, and Murli Sharma, Ajay, Naresh, Sithara, and Vennela Kishore in supporting roles. The film revolves around Lucky, an absent-minded plant scientist and his efforts to hide his inherent memory-related flaws from Nandana, a benevolent Kuchipudi dancer with whom he is in a relationship.

Bhale Bhale Magadivoy
Bhale Bhale Magadivoy poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byMaruthi Dasari
Produced byV. Vamsi Krishna Reddy
Pramod Uppalapati
Bunny Vasu
Written byMaruthi Dasari
Screenplay byMaruthi Dasari
Story byMaruthi Dasari
StarringNani
Lavanya Tripathi
Murali Sharma
Music byGopi Sunder
CinematographyNizar Shafi
Edited byS. B. Uddhav
Production
company
Release date
  • 4 September 2015 (2015-09-04)
Running time
145 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu
Budget7—9 crore[a]
Box office55 crore[3]

The title Bhale Bhale Magadivoy was borrowed from a song of the same name composed by M. S. Viswanathan for K. Balachander's 1978 Telugu film Maro Charitra. Gopi Sunder composed the film's soundtrack and background score. Principal photography began in March 2013, and ended that July. Including post-production tasks, the film was completed in seven months. Though mostly shot in and around Hyderabad, one of the songs was filmed in Goa.

Produced on a budget of around 7—9 crore,[a] Bhale Bhale Magadivoy was released on 4 September 2015 in 700 screens across the globe. It received positive reviews from critics and was a box office success, grossing over 55 crore globally in its full run. At the time of its release, it became the fourth-highest grossing Telugu film of all time at the United States box office, where it was released in 115 screens. The film received three nominations at the 63rd Filmfare Awards South: Best Film (Telugu), Best Actor (Telugu) and the Critics Award for Best Actor (South) for Nani, winning the latter most. It was remade in Kannada as Sundaranga Jaana in 2016, and in Tamil as Ghajinikanth in 2018.

PlotEdit

Lucky is an absent-minded junior botanist who is easily distracted by other tasks while working on his current research. His father arranges his marriage with the daughter of Panduranga Rao, a senior botanist. Rao decides to break the alliance after learning about Lucky's mental condition and warns him not to show up again. On his way to donate blood to his boss, Lucky falls in love with Nandana, a kuchipudi dance teacher, and gets diverted. He creates a positive impression by unknowingly donating blood to one of her students.

In their frequent meetings, Lucky keeps forgetting things (such as going out without his shoes, giving away his motorbike keys to a beggar, etc.), but manages to hide this shortcoming from Nandana by claiming he is a philanthropist. He is unaware of the fact that Nandana is Rao's daughter, the young woman whom he was supposed to marry before. Rao's friend's son Ajay, a police inspector, also falls in love with Nandana, while she is waiting for Lucky's proposal. When he tries to propose on her birthday, Lucky ends up taking Nandana's pregnant sister-in-law, who is experiencing labour pains, to a nearby hospital. After the delivery, Nandana proposes to Lucky, and they become a couple.

Nandana informs Lucky that her father has accepted their proposal and wants to meet him. Lucky and Rao meet as strangers when Rao insults Lucky after an incident with a little girl who was about to fall into a pond. Lucky later realises that Nandana is Rao's daughter and flees. Lucky and Nandana plan to meet later. Lucky makes a friend of his pose as Nandana's lover, and joins Rao as an apprentice.

When Nandana's relatives attend the naming ceremony of the new born child, Rao's nephew assumes Lucky's friend is her potential lover, and all the others assume Lucky is Nandana's suitor. Rao's nephew becomes further confused when Lucky visits a sick Nandana to spend some quality time with her. Days later, Rao wants Lucky to escort Nandana and her relatives to Srisailam. Lucky, driving, misses a turn and reaches the outskirts of Bangalore. He takes them to a nearby temple and explains that it is a very special and historically significant temple.

Ajay, who is confused about the identity of Nandana's lover (as Lucky and his friend keep changing places depending on who is around at the moment) manages to get a video of Lucky romancing Nandana. When they all arrive back home, Ajay reveals Lucky's mental condition to Nandana, and they break up. On the day of Nandana's engagement with Ajay, Rao, who has become aware of the sincerity of Lucky's love, advises her to choose Lucky over Ajay. When Ajay makes it clear he intends to marry Nandana by force, Rao challenges Lucky to stop it, this time without forgetting.

Rao meets Lucky and reveals that he has been aware of his love for Nandana since the moment she and Lucky met at the hospital, and that, since then, he has been watching to see how Lucky's amnesia might affect his relationship with Nandana. Lucky visits the temple where the marriage is scheduled to take place but ends up forgetting, instead buying a lemon soda. However, this turns out to be a trick, as he wants to lure Ajay's henchmen into a false sense of security. He reaches the original marriage venue (actually an aluminium factory) in time with help from Ajay's henchmen and informally weds Nandana there after a duel with Ajay.

A week later, Rao visits Nandana and Lucky, a married couple, who tell him that Lucky's condition has been improved post marriage. During their conversations, Rao says that Ajay has been missing for a week and his father is concerned. Lucky remembers that he tied Ajay with a rope at the factory. When he reaches the spot, and Ajay asks why he did not release him, Lucky replies, "Sorry boss, I forgot!".

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

V. Vamsi Krishna Reddy and Pramod Uppalapati signed Maruthi Dasari to direct a film starring Nani and Lavanya Tripathi under their banner UV Creations. The film, as yet untitled, was formally announced in February 2015, before the release of Nani's Yevade Subramanyam.[4] Maruthi wanted to tell the story of a person who has a shortcoming that makes him think he is not worthy of being loved.[5] Bunny Vasu co-produced the film under the banner GA2 Pictures, a sub-division of Geetha Arts, with Allu Aravind as the film's presenter, making it a joint venture with UV Creations.[6] The film was officially launched on 2 March 2015 at Hyderabad and was titled Bhale Bhale Magadivoy after a song of the same name composed by M. S. Viswanathan for K. Balachander's Maro Charitra (1978).[5][7] Gopi Sunder composed the film's music. Nizar Shafi and S. B. Uddhav were the film's cinematographer and editor respectively.[8]

Nani played the role of Lakkaraju, called Lucky, an absentminded young man who often forgets the task he is currently performing when he is distracted by something else.[9] He initially wanted to turn down Maruthi's proposal due to the latter's previous risqué films. After listening to the script, he liked the absence of irrelevant comedy tracks.[10] Tripathi plays the role of Nandana, an innocent kuchipudi dancer. Regarding her looks, Tripathi said that the emphasis was on "graceful attires, simple accessories and kohl-rimmed eyes".[11] She was previously trained in kathak, and two teachers assisted her with the dance as a part of her preparation for the character.[12] Murli Sharma plays the role of Tripathi's conservative father; he said he found the role difficult to portray as most of his previous roles were more aggressive in nature.[13] Vennela Kishore was selected to play a supporting role.[14] Naresh and Sithara play Nani's parents, and Ajay, Praveen, and Srinivasa Reddy play supporting roles in the film.[8]

Principal photography commenced on 3 March 2015, and Nani joined the set two days later.[15] The song "Endaro" was filmed as a montage number with scenes featuring the humorous consequences of the protagonist's poor memory and his girlfriend's reactions to them.[9] By late May 2015, the filming of talkie portions was almost done and a few song sequences were filmed at Ramoji Film City. For one particular scene, Nani delivered eight pages of dialogue in a single take.[16] The song "Hello Hello" was filmed in Goa during the rains, which was a spontaneous decision by the filmmakers.[9] The principal photography was completed on 28 July 2015 at Saradhi Studios in Ameerpet, Hyderabad.[17] Including post-production tasks, the film was completed in seven months.[10] Singer Chinmayi, who dubbed for Tripathi in her Telugu debut Andala Rakshasi (2012), also dubbed for her character in this film.[18] Tripathi said that she wanted Chinmayi to dub for her lines because she had a good understanding of the character and the situations and had a voice similar to hers.[11]

MusicEdit

Gopi Sunder composed the film's soundtrack, which consisted of five songs. The lyrics were written by Ramajogayya Sastry, Sri Mani, and Bhaskarabhatla. The tune of "Endaro Mahanubhavulu", one of Tyagaraja's Pancharatna Kriti,[b] was adapted for the song "Endaro", which was composed in classical fusion style, and the lyrics were tweaked to suit the situation.[9] Renuka Arun provided the vocals.[20] She was recommended to Sunder by a guitarist in his group when the former intended to select a singer who "has a strong inclination towards Carnatic music but with an exposure to fusion music".[21] Sachin Warrier, who sang for Saheba Subramanyam (2014), the Telugu version of Sunder's Malayalam musical Thattathin Marayathu (2012), was selected to sing the song "Motta Modatisari".[22] He initially recorded the song's raw cut intended to be used while filming. Warrier was chosen to sing for the final version as well, since the film's team found his voice apt. He was helped by its lyricist Ramajogayya Sastry and an assistant director in pronouncing the words correctly.[23] Karthik provided the vocals for three songs: "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy", "How How", and "Hello Hello".[24] The first three songs in the album was released on 12 August 2015 at a FM station in Hyderabad.[25] The rest of the songs in the soundtrack album was released on 15 August 2015, three days later at a promotional event held in Hyderabad, with actor Allu Arjun attending as guest of honour. Lahari Music marketed the soundtrack album.[26]

Reviewing the song "Bhale Bhale Magadivoy", Karthik Srinivasan of The Hindu stated that Sunder "ups the ante for the phrase's use with a super bouncy tune, going one up on Mickey J. Meyer's African-style remake of the original", adding that Karthik and Mohana Bhogaraju "are in lively form singing this one".[27] The Hindu stated that Sunder treated the song "Endaro" like a "classic rock song, with drums and violin dominating impressively, even as Renuka is in scintillating form, bringing classical chops to what is treated as a complex, contemporary pop song", adding that it is "less ambitious and sticks faithfully" to the original.[20]

Deepu Joseph of The Times of India gave the soundtrack album 3.5 out of 5 stars and called it an album that "has something in it for everyone and it sure to be a hit". Joseph called "Endaro" an "absolute fusion masterpiece as Gopi Sunder wonderfully fuses Carnatic, rock and Jazz elements as Renuka Arun's voice sounds majestic and takes the song to the next level".[28] Behindwoods gave the soundtrack album 3 out of 5 stars and stated that the it is "one of the most melodious albums released in Telugu over the recent times" and that Sunder "sure knows how to blend modernity with rock steady classical music!".[24]

Track listing[24][29]

Tracklist
No.TitleLyricsArtist(s)Length
1."Motta Modatisari"Ramajogayya SastrySachin Warrier03:55
2."Hello Hello"Sri ManiKarthik, Chinmayi03:33
3."Bhale Bhale Magadivoy"BhaskarabhatlaKarthik, Mohana Bhogaraju03:47
4."Endaro"Ramajogayya SastryRenuka Arun03:50
5."How How"BhaskarabhatlaKarthik03:50
Total length:18:52

Release and receptionEdit

Bhale Bhale Magadivoy was released on 4 September 2015 in 700 screens across the globe, competing with Dynamite and Jayasurya, the Telugu dubbed version of Paayum Puli.[30] CineGalaxy Inc. acquired the film's overseas theatrical distribution rights.[31] The film was released in 115 screens across the United States.[32]

Critical receptionEdit

Bhale Bhale Magadivoy received positive reviews from critics.[33] Sangeetha Devi Dundoo of The Hindu found the film to be a "laugh riot" and stated that Bhale Bhale Magadivoy "puts logic aside but there's plenty of situational humour where you'll find yourself laughing aloud and having a good time. And these laughs are with [rather] than at the protagonist".[34] N. Sethumadhavan of the Bangalore Mirror called the film a "fresh breeze" and stated that the film "reasserts that Nani is a talent to watch" and that Maruthi "has indeed surprised us with a clean family entertainer".[8] Sify called the film a "cool entertainer" and stated that it is a "neatly packaged romcom about a mini Ghajini's travails".[35]

Pranita Jonnalagedda of The Times of India gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars and stated that Bhale Bhale Magadivoy comes across as a "breath of fresh air" because it "successfully keeps itself away from the regular formula of romantic comedies [and is] devoid of the oh-so-overused cliches" and is a "delight for anyone looking for wholesome entertainment".[36] Suresh Kavirayani of the Deccan Chronicle also gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars and stated that the film can be watched for "some hilarious scenes and Nani's brilliance performance [sic]".[37] Behindwoods gave the film 2.75 out of 5 stars and called it a "fun ride that will entertain you throughout" and added, "What amazes the most is the film doesn't resort to a predictable narration. The movie is filled with plenty of twists to keep the audience hooked from the scratch to finish line and it is the primary USP of the film".[38]

Box officeEdit

Bhale Bhale Magadivoy collected US$70,132 from the premier shows at the United States and US$164,459 on the first day, taking its total to US$234,591 (1.56 crore), which trade analyst Taran Adarsh called a "smashing start".[32] The first weekend figures at the United States box office stood at US$718,378 (4.8 crore).[39] It grossed 14 crore and collected a distributor share of 9 crore in its first weekend at the global box office.[40] The film grossed 23 crore and collected a distributor share of 11 crore in its first week at the global box office, recovering production costs.[41] It collected US$1,034,228 at the United States box office in eight days and became the 15th Telugu film to cross the US$1 million mark there. It also became the fifth-highest grossing Telugu film of 2015 at the United States box office.[42]

The film collected US$265,376 from 84 screens at the United States box office in its second weekend, taking its ten-day total to $1.2 million (8.71 crore).[43] It collected US$1,356,673 (8.91 crore) in 17 days,[44] and US$1,426,527 (9.24 crore) in 38 days at the United States box office, thus becoming the fourth-highest grossing Telugu film of all time after Baahubali: The Beginning, Srimanthudu, and Attarintiki Daredi (2013).[45] The film grossed more than 55 crore globally in its lifetime, and the United States box office figures stood at approximately 10 crore. It was one of the few small-budget Telugu films to cross the US$1 million mark and also the first blockbuster in Nani's career.[3]

AccoladesEdit

Ceremony Category Nominee Result Ref.
IIFA Utsavam 2015 Best Picture Bunny Vasu Nominated [46]
[47]
Best Performance In A Leading Role – Male Nani Nominated
Best Performance In A Leading Role – Female Lavanya Tripathi Nominated
Best Performance In A Comic Role Vennela Kishore Won
63rd Filmfare Awards South Best Film – Telugu Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Nominated [48]
[49]
Best Actor – Telugu Nani Nominated
Critics Award for Best Actor – South Nani Won

RemakesEdit

Bhale Bhale Magadivoy was remade into Kannada as Sundaranga Jaana by Ramesh Arvind; Ganesh and Shanvi Srivastava reprised the roles of Nani and Tripathi from the original. It was jointly produced by Allu Aravind and Rockline Venkatesh and was released in 2016.[50] A Tamil remake starring Arya and Sayyeshaa, titled Ghajinikanth, was released in 2018.[51]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b The Hindu estimates the film's budget as 7 crore,[1] and Deccan Chronicle estimates the film's budget as 9 crore.[2]
  2. ^ Pancharatna Kriti is a collection of five songs written and composed by Tyagaraja, an Indian Hindu saint. These songs are "Jagadānanda kārakā", "Duḍukugala nannē", "Sādhinchane", "Kana kana ruci rā", and "Endaro Mahanubhavulu". They are composed using the Nata, Gaula, Arabhi, Varali, and Shree ragas, respectively.[19]

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