Burning Star Sampurnesh Babu’s new film, Cauliflower under the direction of RK Malineni has hit the screens today. Let’s analyse it.
A foreigner named Andiflower (Grandfather of Cauliflower) settles in India after witnessing the greatness of women in our country. Later, he marries a women from the same country. After this brief introduction, Cauliflower (Sampurnesh Babu), the grandson of Andiflower, who follows his grandfather footsteps decides to marry a girl from the same land at his 35 years age. But to his bad luck, Cauliflower will be raped by three women. Rest of the story is how Cauliflower start a legal battle and gets justice.
Sampurnesh Babu gave a decent performance in the lead role. His facial expressions and comic timing in a few episodes will evoke good fun. His acting at the state assembly with only a cauliflower on his body will attract the audience to an extent.
Heroine Vasanthi, actor Posani are okay in their given roles. Especially, Posani as a cop will generate good fun in some combination scenes with Sampurnesh Babu.
Other artists who is crucial roles are just okay with their performances.
Director RK Malineni’s idea of making a spoof comedy drama with Sampurnesh Babu is appreciatable but the director completely neglected the presentation part as expect for a couple of comedy scenes, the film offers nothing new to the audience. Instead of focusing on parody scenes, the director would have used Sampu to generate some healthy comedy.
Music by Prajwal Krish is okay but would have been even better. Cinematography work is adequate. Editing by Manjir Malik is fine. Production values for this low budget film are dull.
- Sampurnesh Babu
- A few comedy scenes
- No proper storyline
- Uneven screenplay
In an overview, Cauliflower is a spoof comedy drama that lacks story and proper scene order. Uneven screenplay added with depth less proceedings makes the film a boring watch during this weekend.