Bommarillu (English: house of dolls) is one of the more well-written and innovative films to come out of Tollywood in recent years.
Bommarillu is the story of Sidhu's(Sidharth) struggle in dealing with a controlling father.
When all the little details of his life are taken care of, he has nothing but a sense of emptiness left in him.
When he meets this happy go-lucky girl (played to perfection by Genelia D'Souza) who does anything and everything she wishes without constraints, he gets inspired and loves her dearly.
He comes to terms with his own life and the things he misses, mostly his individuality.
The rest of the story is how he convinces his family, especially his father about his state d'affaire and wins her over.
A beautiful film.
This is one film which you can watch with your family and find everyone loving it.
Siddarth's acting is great and Genelia is really amazing.
She looks almost perfect.
Her character (Hassini) is one of the most bubbliest characters I have seen for a long time in a cinema.
Genelia will make you fall for her.
Prakash raj as usual does his role with ease and poise playing the over-protective father. Background music is excellent and the songs especially Ippudo, eppudo is superb.
Great work by Devi Sri Prasad.
Bhaskar arrives with this film as a terrific talent that makes Telugu film industry proud.
There is lot of freshness in the film.
Director understands the nuances of filmmaking extremely well and applies them all with perfection for his debut film.
Story of the film deals with the relationship that sours between a good father and a good son. Screenplay of the film is tight.
Direction is exceptionally good.
First half of the film is excellent. Second half is even better. The last 20 minutes of the film is extraordinary with perfect emotions. This film is so good that I don’t find any negative points.
Enough of reading this and watch the film. Its a MUST SEE.