Gulebakavali
2D

Gulebakavali

Telugu
ActionComedyRomance
06 Apr, 2018
2 hrs 09 mins
58%
551 votes
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A local don recruits three petty criminals to find and bring back a treasure that is buried by his grandfather at a secret location. In their hunt for treasure, the criminals are joined by a fourth one and soon they hatch an evil plan to hoodwink the don and share the treasure amongst themselves.
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There is a madcap vibe to Gulaebaghavali, a comic caper that is largely amusing and laugh-out-loud funny at a handful of moments when it manages to fully exploit the nuttiness of its premise. ...Read full review
Gulaebaghavali is not one of those films you could easily write off, by say, calling it a mindless entertainer. Although cut from the same cloth as last years terrific adventure-based horror comedy Maragatha Naanayam, this Prabhudheva-starrer falls short of being a worthy competitor. It is undoubtedly a cut above most other films in a similar space and enjoyable too but in parts. ...Read full review
Infusing comedy into heist/treasure hunt stories is a beaten trope as much as comedy in horror. Splash it up with a few `aha` moments, a non-saleable romance and an ensemble cast that only comes off half-convincing in their characters, you get `Gulaebhagavali`. ...Read full review
Gulaebaghavali is encompassing when it comes to reactions not the reaction of characters on screen, our reactions. It generates an entire gamut of moments. There is the genuine laugh-worthy moments, absolute cringe-worthy ones, moments where you laugh and judge yourself a second later and moments where you judge other people for laughing. ...Read full review
How we have missed Prabhudheva. I mean, make no mistake, the film, Gulebagavali, is nothing to write home about, but every time Prabhudheva takes control of the songs, he reminds you what a cathartic experience it is to see someone dance incredibly well. It`s no breaking news that he can dance, but it`s still astonishing to see that he can make pointless songs seem almost useful even today. ...Read full review
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