Bhairava Geetha is a romantic action thriller scripted and directed by Siddhartha Thatholu The film has the star cast of ldquo Dhananjay rdquo Irra Mor and

Bhairava Geetha Movie Review

Bhairava Geetha Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
Review for the film " Bhairava Geetha"
Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 14-12-2018
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
2.25 / 5.0



Bhairava Geetha is a romantic action thriller scripted and directed by Siddhartha Thatholu. The film has the star cast of “Dhananjay,” Irra Mor and Raja Balwadi. The film is produced by Abhishek Nama and Bhasker Rassi in association with Ram Gopal Varma. Ravishankar composed the music and Jagadeesh Chekkati cranked the camera. Anwar Ali edited the film.


Geetha’s dad is a biggie in their village. She completes her graduation and comes back to her village. There, she meets Bhairava, one of the henchmen of her father and falls for him. Bhairava develops a bonding with her. Bhairava and Geetha love story comes to the limelight and Geetha’s father orders to kill Bhairava. On knowing this, Geetha elopes with Bhairava. As Geetha escaped with Bhairava, her dad turns more aggressive. What happens next? Did Bhairava and Geetha escape from the goons? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Dhananjay has done a good job. Irra Mor doesn’t have much to perform, but impress the youngsters with her glam show.


The director Siddhartha Thatholu hadn’t come with any new script. It is same old story caste based story, which we see for decades, but with a new premise. The screenplay is strong in showing how the low-caste people are ill-treated by the biggies. The first half is good with some thrilling sequences. The film has over violence and the same bloodshed throughout the film irks the audiences. When people are waiting for a good climax, the director hadn’t satisfied the people in that section too. When it was spoken as a romantic story with the violent backdrop, there is no such pure love, but just an attraction.

What’s There?

  • Performance of Dhananjay is good
  • The first half is good with the explanation of how the low-caste people are treated

What’s Not There?

  • Over violence is the big negative point
  • The story is very old and doesn’t have anything new except caste-based violence
  • There is no love story but a fatal attraction
  • The climax is yet another drawback


If the narration had been much better in the second half, then the film would have been appreciated by all class audiences. Bhairava Geetha – violence overloaded!