In these days of extreme competition, it is very difficult to live up to expectations. It is more so when the expectations are hyped up.
Bunny faces this problem. The market has been hoping for miracles from Allu Arjun after the big success of Allu Arjun’s Arya.
As a product, Bunny cannotmatch the kind of things that the market hopes for. But on its own, it is a middling sort of film where you feel okay but still feel that it could have been better.
The problem for Bunny is that it has tried to be every kind of film —youthful, romantic, robust, sentimental and comical.
In the event, it is something all of these without having a clear character of its own. But the histrionics, especially from Allu Arjun and Prakash Raj, stand the film in good stead right through.
Bunny (Allu Arjun) is an in-your-face collegian and does and live life in style. Mahalakshmi (Gowri Munjal) who is her college-mateis head over heels in love with him. Her millionaire father (PrakashRaj) has a strange paradox.
Though he doesn’t want to give his daughter’s hand in marriage to an absolute nobody, he is also so fond of his daughter that he can’t say ‘no’ to her.
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