B.Tech Review & Rating
Mridul Nair's debut movie B.Tech is the latest addition to the Malayalam campus entertainers. The movie marks the third outing of Asif Ali-Aparna Balamurali combo who has earlier stole the show in the movies Sunday Holiday and Thrissivaperoor Kliptham. Apart from the duo, B.Tech also stars Anoop Menon, Saiju Kurup, Shaan Shanki, Deepak Parambol, Vineeth Vishwam, and Sreenath Bhasi among others. Read B.Tech review below.
B.Tech tells the story of a bunch of engineering students from Banglore. All thanks to back papers and their careless life, some of these guys have been in the college for last 8 years or so. The film progress through their fights with the rival gangs, friendship and other funny and moving incidents that happen in their lives. An unexpected incident that happens outside the campus leaves them in a complicated situation where they are left with no option but to fight along.
Asif Ali, as young and vibrant Anand, delivers a convincing performance full of energy. So does Aparna Balamurali who appears in the role of Priya Varma. Others in the student gang including Niranjana, Srinath Bhasi, Depaak Parambol and Arjun Ashokan are also up to the task. Anoop Menon who dons the role of an advocate carries his role just fine while rest of the cast has done justice to their roles.
The first half of B.Tech is a lengthy affair filled with too many proceedings which makes it slightly clumsy. But Mridul Nair has handled it well enough, topping it off with some engaging and entertaining elements. In the second half, the gears up into a serious mode and gives explanation to the some of the seemingly odd incidents in the first part. While the movie throws some light on the attitude of certain systems and people in the society, it discreetly refrains from touching some of other, more relevant issues.
Maneesh Narayan's editing, especially in the second half, is crisp and to the point while Rahul Raj's music makes it an engaging watch. Some of the comedies look forced and falls apart without tickling any funny bones. Altogether, B.tech makes a fine one-time watch without giving in to too many engineering college cliches we are already bored with.
Final Verdict: An average entertainer.
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What Is B.Tech About?
Starring Asif Ali and Aparna Balamurali in the lead roles, B.tech is a campus entertainer movie directed by debutant Mridul Nair. Set against the backdrop of an engineering college in Bangalore, the movie is about a bunch of friends who attempts to mint some money in order live a life they aspire to. Sreenath Bhasi, Niranjana Anoop, Shan Shanki, Arjun Asokan, Deepak Parambol, Aju Varghese, Anoop Menon and Alencier form the supporting cast of B.Tech presented the popular banner Maqtro Pictures.
What To Expect From B.Tech?
Another Sparkling Performance From Asif Ali-Aparna Balamurali Duo
Asif Ali and Aparna Balamurali are making their third outing together in Mridul Nair's B.tech. The duo have earlier shared the screen space in the movies Sunday Holiday and Thrissivaperoor Kliptham and has a remarkable on-screen chemistry. It is not yet revealed that if there is a strong romance line to the film. But if there is one, B.tech is likely to have another exhilarating performance from Aparna Balamurali and Asif Ali.
Asif Ali-Anoop Menon Combo's Comeback
Asif Ali and Anoop Menon are teaming up on screen after a gap of 5 years. The duo has earlier joined hands for a couple of movies like Traffic, 916, and I Love Me. However, B.tech seems to have both actors in extremely different roles from their previous outing. While Asif Ali is seen as an engineering student, Anoop Menon who appears in a pivotal role is touted to be playing the role of one his friends. Watch out for their combo scenes.
An Engaging Watch Filled With Suspense And Humor
Mridul Nair has picked up an intriguing plot for his maiden directorial venture. From the looks of the trailer which is loaded with wit, humor, and suspense, B.Tech is about a bunch of engineering students who find themselves in deep trouble after their attempt to bag some easy buck goes terribly wrong, and makes up to be an engaging watch. The film is likely to strike a chord with the audience who fancy light and engaging thrillers.
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