Ramarao On Duty Movie Review & Rating: 2/5
Starring: Ravi Teja, Divyansha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu Thottempudi.
Director: Sarath Mandava
Producer: Sudhakar Cherukuri
Music Director: Sam C. S.
Cinematography : Sathyan Sooryan
Ramarao On Duty starring Ravi Teja in the lead role under the direction of Sarath Mandava is out for public viewing today. Let’s analyse it.
Story: Set in the Chittor district, the film revolves around missing people. How a government officer, the MRO Ramarao ( Ravi Teja) is interconnected with the entire missing people episode. How will Ramarao solve the mystery behind the missing people by taking extra responsibilities, forms the key aspect of the film.
Ramarao On Duty Movie Review:
Merits: As usual, Ravi Teja is Energetic on screen and delivers an impactful performance. His makeover as a government officer with nice-looking costumes is good. But his makeup and harido are not done properly.
Actor Venu Thottempudi gave a good performance in his cop role. His typical one-liners in Ongole slang with evoke some laughs.
Heroines Divyansha Kaushik and Rajisha Vijayan are good on screen and gave a decent performance. The chemistry between Ravi Teja and the respective ladies is showcased decently.
Other artists such as John Vijay, Tanikella Bharani among others are okay in their given roles.
Ramrao On Duty Telugu Movie Review:
Demerits: Except for a couple of decent introductory sequences, the entire first half really has nothing till the interval block as the director took sweet time to enter into the main plot. The emotions showcased in the meantime time are artificial and not at all impactful.
Though the second half runs according to the main point, the entire narrative lacks solid connectivity due to not so gripping screenplay.
Much hyped item song on actress Anveshi Jain is a huge disappointment on the screen as it lacks a solid setup.
Technical Crew: Music by Sam CS is not so engaging. While all the songs are situational and lacks highness, the background score elevates the mood of the film in a couple of scenes in the second half.
Editing by Praveen KL is okay but would have been far better. The cinematography work by Sathyan Sooryan is superb as he tried to bring the rugged flavour to the film. Production values for this star-studded film are good.
Verdict: To wrap up, Ramarao On Duty is an unengaging drama that has nothing in special to mention. While Ravi Teja did his part decently, the dry and artificial drama makes the film a forgettable one.
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