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Vinaya Vidheya Rama Movie Review

Cast: Ram Charan, Kiara Advani, Vivek Oberoi
Director: Boyapati Srinu
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Producer: DVV Danayya
Rating: 2.5/5

Boyapati Sreenu is a commercial cinema specialist and gives star heroes the needed image makeovers. He has now teamed up with Ram Charan for Vinaya Vidheya Rama which has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.

Story:

Rama (Ram Charan) is a brother of Election Commissioner. During by-elections in AP, Pandem Parasuram (Mukesh Rishi) threatens him to support him in making his candidate win. Rama comes to save his brother and humiliates Parasuram. Angered by this, Parasuram seeks the help of encounter specialist who fakes killing as an encounter and he captures the whole family of Rama. Rama pleads him to leave his family but he doesn’t oblige. He starts fighting them and then enters the Bihar CM with his battalion to save Rama and his family. Why is a state CM interested in Rama? What’s his back story?

Performance:

Ram Charan did good work in his role as Rama. After the role of Chitti Babu, this role would be a disappointment. Kiara Advani is okay as she got a very limited role. Sneha performed well and Prasanth too in the role of elder brother to Rama. Vivek Oberoi is superb as a terrorising Villain but he too got a limited time on screen. Mukesh Rishi and other actors are good.

Plus Points:

Ram Charan
Action sequences

Minus Points:

Weak story and screenplay
Music
Too much violence

Technical Aspects :

Though DSP’s music was not that great audio wise, the makers have done well to make the songs look good on screen. DSP’s background is also decent and elevates the fights in a superb manner. Dialogues are massy and the production values by Danayya are pretty impressive. Editing is crisp in the first half but looks out of place in the second. Special mention to the fights composed by Kanal Kannan as all the thrills are very good.

Coming to the director Boyapati, he has done what was expected of him. Though he did not showcase anything new, the manner in which he has used Charan’s charisma and screen presence was very good. Fans wanted to see Charan in an aggressive manner and Boyapati has done justice to this part quite well. He also starts the first half with good emotions, songs, and fights and sets the interval bang well. But his narration lacks the grip in the second half as logic goes for a toss and the film is edited abruptly and because of this, the ending is disappointing.

Verdict:

On the whole, Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a typical Boyapati film with his trademark elevation scenes and fights. The only difference here is that Charan is showcased in a new manner but the story and treatment remind you of the same old Boyapati films in the past. The film is clearly made for the masses and fans and will only please them. But for all those who look for something new and expect fresh taking and entertainment, the film ends up as a below-par watch. So, keep your expectations in check as you exactly know what is coming your way.

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