BE-CAREFUL is one such film that defies the logic of film-making. It not only shows the actors in poor light but also, in a way, mocks at the industry itself. I mean, if there is a Censor Board in place to check for the level of obscenity or what should be the standard of morals, or whatever other parameters it has been set up to screen, there should also be a Board in place to pull up the Censor Board for allowing the release of such trash. Or, the Censor Board should be empowered to stall the release of such films.
The basic premise of a film is to entertain, whether it flops or is a major hit, is immaterial. At least that attempt to make a decent film, keeping the sensibilities of the viewers in mind should be the first priority of any filmmaker, or production house. No viewer should go through the frustrating feeling of being short-changed for the hard cash he spends at the multiplex or single screens.
What you see in BE CAREFUL is what is not even mentioned in the synopsis. The story (if you make call it one) on screen is one and the note mentioned in the synopsis is completely the opposite. Either the director did not understand what he was to shoot, and the sequence it was to be edited in, or he just decided to shoot frames and put it together.
My only note of advice to the production house is this; BE-CAREFUL guys, junta is not to be taken for granted.