CB Rating :3.3/5
Producer by : DVV Danayya
Screen play, Story : Boyapati srinu: Boyapati srinu
Starring by : Ram charan,kaira advani,Esha Gupta
Music by : Devi Sri Prasd
Cinematography : Rishi Punjabi,Arthur A. Wilson
Edited by : K.venkateswara rao
Productions by : DVV Entertainment
Release date : January 11 2019
Mega Powerstar Ram Charan- mass entertainers specialist Boyapati Sreenu’s Vinaya Vidheya Rama is one of the most awaited movies of the season. Amidst huge expectations, the film has hit the screens today all over. Let’s see how it turns out.
Ram Konidela(Ram Charan) a family oriented guy shares a thick bonding with his family and four brothers. Meanwhile, His elder brother Bhuvan Kumar (Prashanth), who works as an election commission officer faces off with a mighty don called Raja Bhai(Vivek Oberoi) and gets into trouble. Rest of the story is how Ram confronts with Raja Bhai to saves his family.
Ram Charan is the saving grace for the film as his screen presence in fights and dance movements in two songs are good. It is his dance which literally saves the below-average tracks. Heroine Kiara Advani is gorgeous and gave a decent performance in her limited screen presence.
It is good to see yesteryear hero Prashanth on the screen after a long gap. He performed well in the given crucial role. Sneha as Ram Charan’s sister-in-law gets a meaty role and delivers good performance. Especially, her confrontation scene with the villain during climax is impressive. A fight sequence with Mukesh Rushi and pre-interval action block are purely mass stuff and will be a treat to watch for the fans.
After a decent first half proceedings, the film takes a different turn with a flashback episode in the latter half and tests the audience patience with pathic narration. The film lacks a proper novelty in the story and so is the case with the screenplay which has many flaws in the second half narration. Though Ram Charan impressed in fights and dance department, he struggled to deliver a good performance and looks uncomfortable in most of the closeup shots.
Dialogues by reputed writer Ratnam are not so impressive as most of them are in non-sync. Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi is totally wasted as his character is not designed properly. A few over-the-top scenes to expose the cruelty in his character are not executed effectively. The highly-anticipated shirtless action block in the second half falls flat due to lack of intensity in it.