Lakshmi rsquo s NTR is the political drama scripted and directed by Ram Gopal Varma The film has P Vijaykumar Yagna Shetty Shri Tej and Rajshekar in the main

Lakshmi`s NTR Movie Review

Lakshmi`s NTR Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
Review for the film " Lakshmi`s NTR"
Runtime: 2 Hours 31 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 29-03-2019
Genre: Drama, Biography
2.5 / 5.0



Lakshmi’s NTR is the political drama scripted and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film has P Vijaykumar, Yagna Shetty, Shri Tej and Rajshekar in the main star cast. Rakesh Reddy produced the film. Kalyani Malik is the music composer. Raamy is the cinematographer


The film is all about how Lakshmi Parvathi and “N T Rama Rao” developed a great bonding. It also speaks about the marriage between NTR and Lakshmi Parvathi. How their marriage affected NTR’s family and how NTR was dethroned are also dealt with this film.

Star Performances

Vijaykumar, the debutant actor doesn’t seem to be a debutant and his performance is fantastic. Yagna Shetty did her job well. Her role has many complications and she had done it with much dedication. Shri Tej and rest of the stars have done justice to their roles.


RGV has proved his versatility in casting the talented stars. The way, he scripted the film is neat. The second half of the film receives appreciation from the audiences and the climax is very emotional. How NTR was betrayed by his own people is shown in the film and it is the place where the emotional quotient is high. The film doesn’t come with any unknown stories, but RGV has targeted the Andhra CM and that’s why it didn’t get released there. As it is a biopic kind, it is easily predictable and there are no twists too. The music is okayish and the cinematography too.  Editing could have been better in the first half.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars are good
  • Climax is emotional

What’s Not There?

  • Predictable scenes without any twist
  • Editing could have been sharp


Although the casting and their performances are good, the flat screenplay without twists slows down the interest in film watching. Yet, it is watchable, once.