Latest Article

Bad Manners

Bad Manners:-

Releasing Date:-                24 Nov, 2023                      

Genre:-                                Drama, Action, Thriller

Cinema:-                              Movie (Kannada)  

Critic’s Rating:-                 Bad Manners 3.5/5

Avg. Users’ Rating:-         Bad Manners  3.5/5

IMDb Rating:-                     Bad Manners  9.4/10

Find Tickets

Cast & Crew:-

Director:-              Duniya Soori

Actor:-                    Rachita Ram, Sharath Lohitashwa, Niranjan

Bad Manners Movie Story:-

Rudresh (Abishek Ambareesh), a police officer who loses his gun at a crime scene, travels to Ghoda (Govardhana Ghada) in search of a rural handgun. The route to the objective is difficult, but will Rudresh find what he seeks?

Bad Manners Movie Review:-

In Bad Manners, police officer Rudresh (Abishek Ambareesh) is given an ultimatum by his senior to return a gun he lost in a crime scene or lose his job. Unable to trace it, Rudresh goes to Ghoda or Govardhana Ghada to find a country pistol. Suri creates a signature world in all his films, which is not rosy and has no happy endings. In Bad Manners, the world of gun making is connected with other crimes like gold smuggling.

The movie follows Suri’s signature reverse chronology screenplay with a confusing first half and an engaging second half. The first half is filled with hasty character entry and exit, while the second half allows for a more engaging story. Suri films are designed to induce FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), which may play out in the second half.

The quirky names for characters continue in Bad Manners, with names like Maghai, Phoenix, Gunnis Ravi, Sholay Babu, Keshappa, Talwar Tatayya, Maharaj, and locations like Ghoda, Boodigudda, Gantekamba, and Handi Halla. What makes a Suri movie stand out is his sarcastic take on life through dialogues. However, in Bad Manners, that spark is missing. Abhishek compensates for this with his towering presence, while Rochit and Trivikram play antagonists Maghai and Phoenix, respectively.

The title song is tailor-made for Abishek, but Charan Raj’s background score was expected. Cameraman Shekar S shows the quarry, dust-filled world through his noteworthy lens, and the lighting lifts the movie. Amri and Masthi’s dialogues are good, but a bit of sarcastic touch is needed in places. Ravi Varma’s action sequences are remarkable and executed well by Abishek Ambareesh.

Bad Manners is raw, rugged, and an absolute mix-masala one can only expect from Suri.

Credit Video and Information : YouTube, Google, IMDb

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *