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Rating: 3.2/5
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Cast: Prince, Nandita, Saikumar Pampana & others
Music: JB
Director: Maruthi
Producer: Bellamkonda Suresh
Release date: 10/11/2012

Bus Stop falls in the type of youth-centered films like Oka romantic crime story, Eerojullo and others. Bus Stop movie represents the misunderstandings in parent-child relationship and how really love spoils the current youngsters. Bus Stop movie mainly concentrates on the negative side of love, how it creates the youngsters 'cheat' on their parents and themselves as well.

Bus Stop Takes the Advantage:

Producer Bellamkonda Suresh is set to cash on the chance of Diwali event by releasing his medium budget movie Bus Stop on 10th November and meanwhile, the movie will be screened in the multiplexes from on Tenth Nov from the night shows.

Since many theatres have been assigned for Damarukam and the movie being delayed has created the makers go for a big launch. Maruthi directed Bus Stop has Prince (of Neeku naaku dash dash fame) and Sri Vidya in the lead roles. The movie has been produced under the banner of Sri Sai Ganesh Shows banner with musical technology ratings by JB and cinematography by Prabhakar Reddy with no big movies around, Bus Stop is expected to do well at the Box-Office.

Censor Details:

Director Maruthi’s youthful family performer ‘Bus Stop’ has cleared the censor procedures last night and has certified ‘A’. Reportedly, no visual cuts have been except for only 4 dialogues. Previously, ‘Bus Stop’ movie has experienced few issues from the censor panel primary Dhana Lakshmi, and hence, they have contacted Reviewing Committee(RC) for the censor analysis. ‘Bus Stop’ has Prince, Khanna, Sri Divya, Rakshitha (of Zee Telugu’s Aata fame) playing the main leads


Director had used the same lead pair of Neeku Naku Dash Dash, Prince and Divya in the movie. They had shown excellent improvement from their past movie. They seem to know each other well and the chemical make up between them proved helpful big time. Rao Ramesh was at his regular best. Rakshitha, Sai Kumar, Kanna, FM Babai and others have given reasonable performance too.

Technical Performance:

Cinematography by J.Prabhakar Reddy is very nice. Rerecording by JB raises the movie and the music is excellent.

Art work is OK.

Editing by SB Uddhav is excellent.


The director Maruthi seems to be too focused on Youth-centred movies with an underlying message but seems to fall flat in case of this movie. Unlike, his previous movie Eerojullo, this movie lacks gripping narration and music is not at it’s best. The directory seems be heavily relied on double meaning dialogues to extract comedy. Rakshita (of Zee’s Aata fame) have given an extended role equal to that of heroine but sad to see in such type of role.

Position at Box Office:

The postponement of Damarukam came in as a rescue for this movie. And now with no movie getting released soon this movie has a chance to grab the few weeks’ collections.