Bus Stop - Love Adda
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How kids use/misuse the freedom and trust handed to them by their parents, tell fibs, their hormonal impulses - that is the first part. The second part is the consequences, the parents' reactions and disappointment.
The movie starts of as a college caper and slowly veers into sentiment and 'please give a thought to your actions and the repercussions of those actions' mode - a kind of parent-child conversation.
The movie does not have the visual appeal of ,say, a Sekhar Kammula presentation. The comedy in places appears unnecessary.
The music has a good beat but has not been exploited by the presentation on screen.
Most of the college- goingcast is actually young (our movies are known to pass off middle aged actors as young college students !) but some appear to be approaching their thirties. On a relative scale and surprisingly too, the younger actors were low key with their acting whereas the older lot subscribed to the old school of acting i.e. when in doubt, just overact.
In any case, the actors Prince, Sri Divya and Hasika just about deliver the goods though Hasika needs to polish her onscreen appearance.
The story may hold water but the film sorely lacks the 'pleasing to the eye' factor which would have made an impact. That and the some overacting in places could be its' undoing. Pity.