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Vinaya Vidheya Rama is scripted and directed by Boyapati Srinu. DVV Danayya produced the film that has Ram Charan, Kiara Advani, Vivek Oberoi, Prashanth Thyagarajan, “ Sneha,” “ Madhumitha,” Mukesh Rishi, Mahesh Manjrekar, Aryan Rajesh and Harish Uthaman. Devi Sri Prasad composed the music. Rishi Punjabi and “ Arthur A Wilson” cranked the camera and Kothagiri Venkateswara Rao and Thammi Raju edited the film.
Five orphaned boys are adopted by a doctor and the eldest is Bhuvan Kumar and the youngest is Ram. Bhuvan is an election officer. Ram doesn’t go for work but has been protecting his family. When Bhuvan is transferred to Bihar, he had to face Raja Bhai, a sadistic gangster, who makes his enemies dance to his tunes. What happens to Bhuvan? Did Ram save his brother from Raja? Watch the film in theaters!
Ram Charan has done justice to his role. Even though he played the larger than life character, he emotes well, besides fighting. Sneha gets enough screen space, but not the acting scope. The heroine is a template one and so, Kiara has nothing significant to do. Prashanth looks good and utters some dialogues to Vivek Oberoi. Vivek is a usual villain and nothing special from him.
While hearing the story, it might look good. But, when the elder brothers and the rest of the family singing praises to the younger one, it seems a bit artificial. Boyapati Srinu projected Ram Charan and oppressed the rest. There are a lot of logical loopholes and this is like a superhero movie. Although Ram Charan has done a good action role, there should be some logic and Boyapati didn’t apply any logic. However, Ram Charan’s effort is appreciable. When it is made as a superhero type film, the climax should also belong to that genre. But, Srinu didn’t impress the audiences with the climax.
What’s Not There?
The film might impress Ram Charan fans, as it is full of action sequences. Ram Charan had performed well in the sentimental scenes too. General audience might not show much interest in the film! VVR – Not much impressive
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