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‘Ramarao on Obligation’ film evaluate: This Ravi Teja film directed by Sarath Mandava has neither chutzpah nor content material

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The Ravi Teja starrer directed by Sarath Mandava has neither chutzpah nor fascinating content material

The Ravi Teja starrer directed by Sarath Mandava has neither chutzpah nor fascinating content material

A day earlier than the discharge of the movie, director Sarath Mandava had tweeted requesting the audiences to come back to the theatres with no prior expectations. He acknowledged that Ramarao on Obligation is a content-driven movie in ‘Mass Maharaja’ Ravi Teja fashion; he urged everybody to not miss the opening scene and requested that no spoilers be revealed. If solely the movie lived as much as that intrigue!

The story is of a honest authorities officer taking up corrupt cops concerned in pink sandalwood smuggling and fixing the thriller of lacking individuals. That is narrated in a way that requires utmost endurance to look at until the top. The movie is open-ended with the scope for a sequel. Any takers?

Ravi Teja performs the titular character Rama Rao, a deputy collector who’s described as controversial, calculative and works with good intent. He’s farmer-friendly and ensures a disciplined work tradition within the authorities workplace. He crosses paths with police officer Murali (Venu Thottempudi). Alongside, Ramarao’s try and probe into the lacking case of the husband of his former woman love Malini (Rajisha Vijayan) leads him to a nexus of pink sandalwood smugglers.

The movie is in no hurry to unravel the story. We get a prolonged sequence that establishes how Rama Rao capabilities. If what we see will not be sufficient, supporting characters maintain over-explaining the sequence and extol his virtues. This occurs all by way of the movie, even when Malini recaps her love story. Rajisha Vijayan is earnest and environment friendly within the activity minimize out for her however she is wasted in an underwhelming half.

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The movie has quite a few supporting characters, most of them barely attending to do something memorable. Divyansha Kaushik as Ramarao’s spouse Nandini speaks a line or two sometimes, when she will not be tearing up within the background. The one time she will get some focus is throughout a romantic track sequence. 

Ramarao on Obligation

Solid: Ravi Teja, Rajisha Vijayan, Divyansha Kaushik

Route: Sarath Mandava

Music: Sam C S

A couple of important characters are made to talk with an exaggerated accent, like Murali who wears his accent on his sleeve and S P Devanand (what a waste of John Vijay, particularly after Sarpatta Parambarai) whose method of talking is simply peculiar and serves no function.

Because the story is about within the Nineties, we see Ramarao relying extra on on-field investigations with much less assist from expertise. The investigation itself is fairly peculiar, however that could be a completely different bone of competition. He’s additionally proven to be ambidextrous, a trait that doesn’t add something to his characterisation or the story. Ravi Teja does what’s required for his half however we’ve seen him do significantly better.

The stunt sequences are stale and regardless of what number of males are hurled into the air and maintain spinning in sluggish movement, it doesn’t pack a punch. The forest zone and a plot involving pink sandalwood smuggling may remind us of Pushpa – The Rise, however this movie simply doesn’t have that chutzpah. Neither is it as content material pushed because the makers wish to consider.

In the direction of the fag finish when newer characters are revealed and the trail is laid for a sequel, it comes throughout as a courageous transfer. Whoever thought this story, characters and setting had a lot potential! Spare a thought for reviewers who’ve needed to watch this drab movie for the sake of responsibility.

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By- The Hindu

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