Most Eligible Bachelor Movie Review: Akhil Akkineni And Pooja Hegde Starrer Romantic Drama Most Eligible Bachelor, Helmed By Bommarillu Bhaskar Has Finally Arrived At The Theaters Today.
Let’s see the story of Most Eligible Bachelor.
Director: Bommarillu Bhaskar
Producers: Bunny Vasu, Vasu Varma
Music Director: Gopi Sundar
Starring: Akhil Akkineni, Pooja Hegde, Eesha Rebba, Faria Abdullah,
Release Date: 14th October 2021
Harsha(Akhil) is a well-settled software employee in the US. He comes to India in the search of his bride and falls for a stand-up comedian Vibha (Pooja Hegde). She dreams of something more in her life partner and won’t settle for anything less. Will Harsha fit the bill? How will Harsha and Vibha find their true love? Form rest of the story of Most Eligible Bachelor.
- Pooja Hegde
- Chemistry between lead pair
- Odd Pairing Of Akhil Pooja Hegde
- So Many Silly Scenes
- Unnecessary Casting
Akhil Akkineni has improved a lot compared and he delivers superb performance. His hard work is clearly visible on the screen and the young actor deserves lot of applause for his performance. He has provided entertainment when it’s needed and his performance throughout the film is highlighted. Akhil’ chemistry with Pooja Hegde is looks good. Pooja hegde looks cute and gives a decent performance. Sudigali Sudheer, Pragati, Vennela Kishore, and Ajay have done justice to their respective roles. Rahul Ramakrishna, Chinmayi, Faria Abdullah, Eesha Rebba’s cameos are a delight. Rest of the cast of Most Eligible Bachelor performed accordingly.
The story of Most Eligible Bachelor is predictable but Bommarillu Bhaskar narrates the story in a very entertaining manner. The dialogues of MEB are well written. Gripping and brilliant screenplay engaged the audiences till end. Pradeesh Varma’ Cinematography is superb. Production values of the film are rich. Gopi Sundar’ music is appealing and elevates scenes. Editing is good. Art direction is neat.
Akhil and Pooja Hegde starrer Most Eligible Bachelor is a take on modern relationships. Lead actors’ performance, good music, lavish visuals, and comedy are the major assets of the film.