Babu Baga Busy Review


Average Rating: 2
Total Critics: 5


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Not that spicy

Rating: 2/5

Babu Baga Busy lacks interesting narration and engaging plot

Rating: 2/5

Disappointing Adult Comedy

Rating: 2/5

‘Adult’erated Comedy

Rating: 1.5/5

Lack of nativity spoils it

Rating: 2/5

Release Date : 05/05/2017

Cast: Srinivas Avasarala, Mishti Chakraborthy, Supriya Aysol, Tejaswi, Sreemukhi, Priyadarshi, Ravi Prakash, Tanikella Bharani, Sudha, Posani Krishna Murali, ETV Prabhakar

Director: Naveen Medaram

Music: Sricharan

Producer: Abhishek Nama

Banner: Abhishek Pictures


Madhav alias Maddy (Avasarala) is a playboy. Since his teenages he develops skill of impressing girls.  He gets attracted to every woman he comes across and tries to get her to bed. In his college days he keeps an affair with a married woman and gets beaten up.

Inspite of several such bitter experiences, Maddy doesn’t change his attitude. One fine day, he decides to stop everything and get married. But every girl rejects him because he honestly discloses his nasty past. He meets Radha (Mishti) proposes her for marriage hiding his affairs. She reveals her past relationship with a guy called Chax (Adarsh Balakrishna). She is dealing with break-up and asks Maddy for sometime to cope with it.

Meanwhile, Maddy continues his sex adventures even after he gets engaged to Radha. Will Maddy disclose his weakness to Priya? Will she accept him even after that?


Babu Baga Busy is loyal remake of Bollywood adult comedy ‘Hunterrr’. Director Naveen Medaram keeps it very much similar to the original. The film has been given ‘A’ certificate by censors. Babu Baga Busy is a lighter vein comedy entertainer. It moves at a slow pace.

Trailer boasted the film to have bold scenes. There are not many in the film though. Only college episode with married woman played by Supriya Aysol is somewhat spicy. The teenage scenes are bit bizzare and there are quite a few embarassing moments.

Second half focuses on Avasarala evolving as matured man wanting to get rid of his bad habit. Instead of being honest to the original film, makers should have spiced up the film with saucy comedy to make it hilarious. So that it would have more appeal to Telugu audience as anyhow families would keep away with adult content offered.

Avasarala does a splendid job. He appears innocent by looks but player in him comes out when on ground. Mishti proves that she’s not just cute face but also can perform. Tejaswi is okay in her role. Music is average. ‘Nagumomu’ song stands out in the album. Cinematography is okay. Over all, it is adviced to watch the film with friends to enjoy.



Avasarala performance


Taboo subject


Slow pace

Bottom-line: Not that spicy