01 Dec, 2016
2 hrs 05 mins
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Bhetaludu is a psychological thriller about a man who hears voices, which leads him to investigate an unsolved murder.
Verdict: An engaging psychological thriller that hit the right target! Bhetaludu is a dubbed Telugu movie of its original Tamil flick Saithan and has released simultaneously across the world today. After the super success of Bichagadu comes Bethaludu and is written and directed by Prathi Krishnamurthy. Touted to be a psychological thriller, expectations are rife as it is releas... ...Read full review
On the whole Bhetaludu is a film which has some very gripping moments. The storyline and execution are quite new and makes things interesting for the entire first half. However, a slow and a bit over the top climax can spoil the fun completely. If you are tired of the regular masala entertainers which are churned out every week, you can easily give this film a shot which is a bit different and ends up as a time pass watch this weekend. ...Read full review
This movie was quite shocking and showcased the guts of Vijay Antony as a producer and actor. Huge buzz for This film titled as Bethaludu (Saithan in Tamil). Bethaludu is like half-boiled biryani rice, cannot be savored however beautiful it looks. All in all, the movie has superb first half but cliched final scenes which gives us unsatisfactory feel in the end. ...Read full review
As the days pass, the voice in his body disturbs his daily life and due to this his friend is also killed in an accident. Then his boss takes him to a psychiatrist. Through his therapy, the doctor comes to know that he is suffering from recollection of his past life. In his last birth, he was a Telugu teacher who was cheated by his young wife Jayalakshmi. His current wife Aishwarya has same resemblance of Jayalakshmi. Has she reborn too? Or is he hallucinating? ...Read full review
A couple of minutes into the film, we see Dinesh (Vijay Anthony) consulting a psychiatrist and confessing that he hears voices in his head. He says he hears two kinds of voices, one that sounds like himself and another like the voice of God. The psychiatrist asks him if he believes in God and Dinesh answers, stating that if there is God, perhaps thats how he would sound. Its a compelling voice that hes unable to ignore. ...Read full review



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