Ramayya Vasthavayya Movie Review
Movie Title:- Ramayya Vasthavayya
Banner:- Sri Venkateswara Creations
Producer :- Dil Raju
Director: – Harish Shankar
Cast :- Jr. NTR, Samantha, Shruti Hassan, Mukesh Rushi, Tanikella bharani, Rao Ramesh, Nagineedu, Kota Srinivasa Rao , Ajay, Hamsa Nandini, Ravi Shankar.
Music: – SS Thaman
Cinematography:- Chota K Naidu
Editing by :- Gautam Raju
Censor rating: – ‘A’
Running Time: – 166 minutes
Release date: – 11-10-2013
Ramayya Vasthavayya movie Review
Review: Jr.NTR’s much awaited action entertainer Ramayya Vasthavayya finally gets released. So does it live up to all the hype? With everything in the right proportions to keep you entertained throughout, it definitely does. The first half of the movie runs on a rather serene note while the second half makes it more of an action entertainer that is typical of Jr.NTR. The movie has the right amounts of emotion, romance and action that can keep you engaged.
Story: The movie starts off with Nandu (Jr.NTR) being portrayed as a student who is a very light hearted and a care free person by nature. When he happens to see Akarsha (Samantha) on a rainy day, he falls head over heels for her and keeps trying to woo her before she finally falls for him. Samantha and Jr.NTR then go to Coorg for her sister’s engagement. There an attempt to murder Samantha’s father (Mukesh Rushi) fails.. And here comes the twist as Nandu instead of protecting Samantha’s father, kills him. It turns out that NTR is not who Samantha thought he was and comes here for an entirely different reason. The rest of the story will have us discovering Nandu’s shady past, of which Shruti Hassan is a crucial part.
Performances: Harish Shankar did good job as a director and delivers a really good movie after Gabbar Singh. The way he shapes up all his characters is admirable. All the three leads Jr.NTR, Samantha and Shruti Hassan have given exceptional performances in the movie. Jr.NTR is seen in many shades and carries all of them with great expertise and with ease. His dances were, as always, the highlight of the movie. The music and background score is good. Comedy is less when compared with his past movies.