Verdict: Film Critics have given Positive Reviews to Cinema Bandi Movie Starring Vikas Vasishta, Sandeep Varanasi, Rag Mayur, Uma YG, Sindhu Sreenivasa.
Cinema Bandi Reviews
Ratings: 6.66/10

Score: 93%
Reviews Counted: 30
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Director: Praveen Kandregula
Producer: Raj Nidimoru and Krishna D.K.
Writer: Vasanth Maringanti
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release Date: 14 May 2021

Haricharan Pudipeddi | Hindustan Times: - | 8/10
Cinema Bandi is a sweet, little film that has so much to offer. It’s an out-and-out drama about the amateur filmmaking process; the joy and pain behind bringing these movies to life ... Full Review

Sravan Vanaparthy | Times of India: 3/5 | 6/10
A heartwarming tale that keeps you hooked. Debutant director Praveen Kandregula shows maturity that's rare among young filmmakers and delivers a heartwarming tale that makes you believe in dreams ... Full Review

The Indian Express: 4/5 | 8/10
A feel-good film that will make you smile, Ganapathi and Veerababu set out to make a movie within their village. And what follows is a generous supply of humour deeply rooted in reality ... Full Review

News18: 2.5/5 | 6/10
Cinema Bandi is an honest attempt created with a sense of passion ... Full Review

Anupama Chopra | Film Companion: - | 7.5/10
Movies aren’t ever just entertainment. They change the people who watch them and the people who make them. Cinema Bandi reaffirms this basic truth ... Full Review

Film Companion: - | 7/10
The film celebrates amateur films created for and watched by the community, where craft and quality are not as important as using your voice ... Full Review

The Hindu: - | 7/10
‘Cinema Bandi’ is a charming narrative that explores how a high-end camera fuels dreams in a hamlet, is all heart, showcasing innocent vulnerability and big dreams ... Full Review

Rediff: 3.5/5 | 7/10
Cinema Bandi brims in naïve optimism, focusing on a rural community's simple, sweet characters using up all their enthusiasm and resources to make a local blockbuster ... Full Review

Gulte: 3/5 | 6/10
Cinema Bandi isn’t devoid of some issues but it is worth watching nevertheless ... Full Review

123 Telugu: 3.25/5 | 6.5/10
Cinema Bandi succeeds in entertaining the audience thoroughly. The film showcases the hilarious plight of innocent villagers who set out to make their first film with nothing but a DSLR camera in hand and immense passion in heart ... Full Review

Mirchi9: 3/5 | 6/10
Cinema Bandi is all heart with ample feel-good appeal. There is a lot of talk, fun and drama in a natural and understated way. The casting and writing make it a decent one-time watch without much to complain about ... Full Review

Tollywood.net: 3/5 | 6/10
Cinema Bandi is a genuine attempt to explore the love and fascination for cinema ... Full Review

Telugu Cinema: - | 6/10
Director Praveen Kandregula has made a simple movie with a dose of humor. However, it lacks believability ... Full Review

Telugu360: - | 6/10
Cinema Bandi is made on a strict budget as per the demand of the script and the premises. The songs are good and they are not forced. The entire cast is doing their first film and they did their parts well ... Full Review

Telugu Filmnagar: - | 7.5/10
If we could use only one adjective to describe Cinema Bandi, the word would be ‘Authentic.’ Cinema Bandi serves as the beacon of hope to the next generation of Telugu Cinema ... Full Review

Great Andhra: - | 6/10
In a nutshell, ‘Cinema Bandi’ makes a decent watch on the OTT platforms for its honest effort from the makers. The naturalism in the setting, and humor score over other logical issues ... Full Review

Ragalahari: - | 5.5/10
While the film takes off well, it suffers from lack of sustained engaging moments. The last 15 minutes feel heavily rushed ... Full Review

Nettv4u: 3/5 | 6/10
The film has a good set of actors and technicians, who make us feel excited while watching the film. Although the team is new, they have made a decent entertainer ... Full Review

FirstPost: 3.5/5 | 7/10
A charming ode to filmmaking. Through a deceptively simple narrative, Praveen Kandregula wants his audience to see that the whole point of cinema is about making dreams come true, no matter how small or big they seem ... Full Review

The Envoy Web: 3/5 | 6/10
‘Everyone is a filmmaker at heart’. Cinema Bandi’s themes resonate not only through its captivating characters but also through the group of inexperienced debutante team of cast and crew who made this gem ... Full Review

Nandini Ramnath | Scroll: - | 7/10
A rollicking and rambling ode to the magic of the movies ... Full Review

Binged: 3/5 | 6/10
A Charming, Hilarious Love Letter to Cinema ... Full Review

Cinema Express: 4/5 | 8/10
This endearing film gives plenty of reasons to celebrate it and being funny is only one of them ... Full Review

IB Times: - | 4/10
Cinema Bandi, the story steers in the direction of scouting for hope literally, with a search for its hero and heroine. At this junction, it comes across as a parody of sorts amplifying the process of filmmaking in real-time ... Full Review

Yovi Zag: - | 7/10
The story of Cinema Bandi imbeds emotions in you as the story develops. In the end, the film Cinema Bandi is bound to clasp the audience all along, till the ending ... Full Review

India Glitz: 2.5/5 | 6/10
Cinema Bandi rises to the occasion as far as its performances and music (by Satyavolu Sirish) go. The writing could have been deep ... Full Review

Spotboye: 4/5 | 8/10
Stripped of fakery Cinema Bandi is a back-to-basics film that will steal your heart and then melt it ... Full Review

News Bytes App: 4.5/5 | 9/10
A brilliant script is executed with unparalleled finesse. The actors are the cherry on the already brilliant cake ... Full Review

Free Press Journal: 2.5/5 | 6/10
Very gracefully draped in the ribbons of innocence, Cinema Bandi can be regarded as a good, heartfelt movie that makes you laugh, frown, reflect and smile at different instances ... Full Review

The News Minute: 4/5 | 8/10
A delightful story on democratising filmmaking. Cinema Bandi lovingly, passionately propounds the idea that every individual and community can tell imaginative stories through film, or any medium for that matter ... Full Review