Bell Bottom Movie Review: Parody Detective with a Curious Case !Modified On: 15 February 2019 | Reviewed By: Ravi Mondeti
Rishabh Shetty's Bell Bottom, is a sure-shot Family Entertainer, having elements to please audiences of all age-groups. The mystery in this Detective movie keeps you intrigued, But losses its charm when the motives behind it are revealed. if you could just bear with uncalled for twits in the climax the movie will Surely Entertain you throughout.
Divakar (Rakshith Shetty), influenced deeply by Dr. Rajkumar’s detective films, Aspires to become a Detective himself. His father's wish is to see him as a police officer. when faith gives him a chance to achieve his goal, will he be able to prove himself? forms rest of the plot.
Set in a Retro Backdrop, this Detective film solves a mystery that used to be very relevant in 80s-90s, when technology had limitations. example, Byomkesh Bakshi style of mysteries.
Directed by Jayatheertha, Bell Bottom, open as an extended version of its trailer, Maintaining the same entertainment quotient. The character of Divaker is established as defective (a pun on Detective), with people reaching out to him with silly cases. He eventually ends up as a Police constable as per his father's wish. with slight twists and turns, he starts investigating the main case of the movie, Robbery in police stations.
The movie takes a slow pace in second half, when the actual investigation starts. Robbery in a police station surely makes you Aww when it happens in spite of manual monitoring, but slowly loses its charms when motive behind it unfolds. And stretched twits in climax makes you a slightly disappointed.
Performances by Entire Star cast including Rishab Shetty, Hariprriya, Yogaraj Bhat, Pramod Shetty, Achuth Kumar, Sujay Shastry are Humourous, with everyone getting a punchline at regular intervals.
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