Movie Review : Rama Rama Krishna Krishna
Rating : 3/5
Banner : Sri Venkateswara Creations
Cast : Ram, Arjun, Priya Anand, Gracy Singh, Bindhu Madhavi, Arjun Sarja, Hema, Brahmanandam, Brahmaji, Apoorva, Nasser, Srinivasa Reddy and Others
Music Director : M M Keeravani
Cinematography : Sekhar V Joseph
Producer: Dil Raju
Released Date: May 12, 2010
A stale tale, the story begins on the backdrop of Mumbai and here lives Ashok Deva (arjun), a don. He has issues with another don Pawar (vineeth) and because of that Ashok's wife dies in a shooting. He wraps up his show in Mumbai and reaches Godavari district to start a new life in Gandhipuram. The village head (nasser) is a respectable man but his younger son Ramakrishna (ram) is known to be a rough and tough guy but very kind at heart and helpful. Ashok's sister falls in love with Ramakrishna's brother and they elope to Mumbai for getting married. Ramakrishna goes to Mumbai and he is accompanied by Priya (priya), Ashok's other sister since she knows the matter. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a wafer thin plot and both the presentation and narrative were average. The script was hollow, the screenplay was mediocre and the dialogues were okay. Background score was nice but songs were a total letdown. Cinematography was jittery. Editing was average. Costumes were regular and art department was nice. Ram came up with a good performance and though there were few hiccups, overall he was nice. Priya looks nice and bubbly, Bindu Madhavi didn't have much to offer except for some glamour scenes. Vineeth Kumar was okay, Nasser was regular, Banerjee was standard, Brahmanandam was boring, Srinivas Reddy was alright, Gracy Singh was brief. The real show stealer was Arjun who has got a commendable screen presence, he was worth it. The TV actor who did the role of Siva was also good.
The film runs on a very predictable line and there is not much to actually connect to the story about. While the first half has few technical glitches and presentation hiccups, the second half is all about the sentiment, melodrama and the action sequences. Comedy and songs usually pull a film up but both of them failed in this one. The lack of depth in the content and few evident flaws in direction kept the film at a low scale. At the box office, this will barely survive due to the hype created, otherwise it is difficult.
Bharatstudent verdict : Just average