Nani, the most talented and versatile actor of the Telugu film industry worked on a project called Bhale Bhale Magadivoy 3 years ago. The movie was a huge hit with the audience as it triggered laughs in the most normal situations. Till date, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy stands as an all-time favorite for kids, elders and youth alike. What we feel is that if it wasn’t for Nani, the character wouldn’t have been brought to life so well and worked through the concept so thoroughly.
A person with a serious complaint of absent-mindedness falls in love with a girl. He tries to cover his defect as much as possible for the fear of losing her. But then, a series of unfortunate events lead to the discovery of his illness and from thereon the girl despises him. He loses confidence and faith in himself and tries his level best to forget her but is unable to do so. At a crucial point in his life, he gets back to her and this time, she understands him and his illness.
A person with no illness and pretending to have it is one hell of a task. What an illness can do and how a series of events occur due to one defect is another humungous task. The outcome of these two major efforts and one hell of a screenplay resulted in Bhale Bhale Magadivoy. The supporting cast, who brought life to Lucky ( Nani’s character name) and put him a fix are Murali Sharma, Ajay, Naresh, Vennela Kishore, and Sithara.The girl who played the love interest of Nani in this entertainer is Lavanya Tripathi.
With Maruthi Dasari as the director and Vamsi Krishna Reddy, Bunny Vasu and Pramod Uppalapati as producers, Bhale Bhale Magadivoy came onto the big screens on the 4th September 2015. From thereon, there was no turning back. The movie hit a record high collection of Rs.550 million at the box office which is almost 7 times the investment that went into the making of this hilarious movie. What makes the movie even more memorable and worth recollecting are the amazing tunes that came out of Gopi Sunder’s amazing spells.