Errabus (2014)

Telugu 2 hrs 38 mins Drama, Comedy
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Average Critic Rating: (2.35)
Cast: Catherine Tresa , Vishnu Manchu
Director: Dasari Narayana Rao
Release Date: 14 Nov 2014

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Dasari Narayana Rao, who came with many touching family enteratiners this time decided to remake Tamil film Manjapai. However he failed miserably to connect it to Telugu viewers as many who watched it felt that Dasari didnot even recreate the magic of his 80s hits. Even the comedy angle he planned to create with Brahmanandam backfired miserably. There is nothing more to speak about the film
Errabus is a watchable movie. The movie has high drama, less emotion.   Errabus Movie Review & Rating was last modified: November 14th, 2014 by Raghu
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ERRABASSU is a flat narrated story , unexciting, half-hearted drama that pre-publicity defined as a dra-medy. Errabus fails to make the desired impact despite its decent cast that includes Nandi award winning actor Dasari Narayana Rao, Manchu Vishnu, Surya and Castherine Tresa. A sheer waste of talent if you ask me. In short, Errabus is a dreadful attempt (as an official remake to Tamil hit Manjapai), could have been much better with some fresh developments and funny sequences added into the script.
Heavy dose of sentiment
Suresh Kavirayani, Deccan Chronicle
Erra Bus is a total waste of opportunity. Little changes to the script to suit the taste of current generation would have done wonder. What Dasari delivered may be pleasing only if the film released late 80s.
There were a handful of scenes which bring smile on your face and also make you cry. Like we said before, Vishnu Manchu rescues the film with his subtle emotions and matured performance. The scenes involving Vishnu and Dasari and Catherine makes for a decent watch and especially Dasari playing spoilsport for Vishnu's love is engaging.
On the whole, ‘Erra Bus’ is an out and out Dasari film all the way. He is ably supported by Vishnu’s memorable performance and the emotional climax only adds to the set up. But a predictable story line and excess length spoil the flow of the film which is only aimed at family audience.
Dasari Narayana Rao who decided to show his power once again to silver screen with his 151 film by highlighting grandson, grand father relation with this Tamil remake. However he failed to retain the originality and include elements which Tollywood movie lovers like. Though first half is tolerable, second half turns out to be a torture. Dasari failed with his screen play and direction.
A family entertainer that is surely in the old Dasari mould even while catering to the tastes of the new generation.
Looks like, Dasari too made this flick for that set of audience.
Its an attempt to show the innocence of villagers and their good qualities and at the same time the selfish behavior of people who live in the city
C H Sushil Rao, The Times of India