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  • 2008
  • 5.2  (51)

Bombaat is a romance-drama movie released in 2008 and directed by D. Rajendra Babu. The movie stars Ganesh, Ramya, and Dhananjay Atrey in the lead roles. The film tells the story of a young couple who falls in love with each other after their unexpected encounter in the city of Bangalore. The story begins with a carefree and fun-loving youngster, Ganesh, who lives in Bangalore. Despite being an intelligent student, he's not very serious about his studies and spends most of his time with his friends. One day, while hanging out with his friends, he comes across a girl named Malathi, played by Ramya. Malathi is a hardworking and ambitious woman who works as an architect. Their first encounter is not very pleasant, but soon they start to develop feelings for each other.

As the story unfolds, the two face several challenges in their relationship. Malathi's father does not approve of her relationship with Ganesh as he comes from a lower economic background. Also, Ganesh's father wants him to focus more on his studies and settle down with a suitable match from his own community.

Despite the challenges, the couple continues to work towards their relationship and overcome several obstacles. However, just as everything seems to be going well, a shocking event takes place that disrupts their happiness. Will they overcome this event and manage to stay together, or will it mark the end of their love story?

The movie boasts an impressive music score, with some catchy and memorable songs. The chemistry between the main leads is also quite impressive and the actors have done a commendable job in bringing their characters to life. Ganesh's performance as the carefree youngster transforms into a responsible and loving partner as the movie progresses. Ramya manages to portray her character's strength and resilience perfectly.

Apart from the leads, the supporting actors also deliver notable performances. Dhananjay Atrey does a commendable job as the stern father who is always looking out for the best interests of his daughter. The movie's humor is also quite engaging and manages to lighten the mood in between the emotional scenes.

Bombaat impresses with the stunning visuals of Bangalore, captured beautifully by the cinematographer, Ramesh Babu. The film also brings to light the ever-present struggles faced by many economically challenged families, with some touching and emotional scenes.

Overall, Bombaat is a beautiful romantic movie that manages to tug at the heartstrings despite its predictable plot. The movie is a perfect blend of humor, romance, and drama that would make it an entertaining watch for all movie buffs.

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