Starring: Ravi Teja, Divyansha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu Thottempudi.
Director: Sarath Mandava
Producer: Sudhakar Cherukuri
Music Director: Sam C. S.
Cinematography : Sathyan Sooryan
Editor: Praveen K. L.Release Date : July 29, 2022
Ramarao on Duty is a film that has made some news thanks to the presence of Ravi Teja. The film has released today and read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.
Ramarao is a sincere government servant who comes to know that people in his town keep going missing. There is no proper person as a villain in this film but there are so many threads that Ramarao needs to fix. Well, how does he do that is the basi theme.
Ravi Teja has given a sincere performance in this film and apart from him not one actor makes sense in this movie. Divyansha Kaushik is very good in her role but is limited in her character. Pavitra Lokesh has become a big joke in the movie due to her controversies. Rajisha Vijayan is like a serial artist. Tottempudi is a decent actor and has good screen presence after all these years.
Ramarao is a period drama set in the 90’s and as the backdrop itself the film is stuck way back there only as it does not have any freshness at all. The writing, direction and execution are so lethargic and do not make any sense.
The first half is a big bore as there is nothing much that happens during this time. Ravi Teja is the lone warrior in the film and fights his battle along and this doesnnot save the film.
Music of the film is also disappointing and the BGM does not make any sense. The makers have made sure that film has everything but that is not carried forward for the audience.
Ravi Teja is doing back to back films but he needs to once think about his choices as such films like Ramarao on duty will take him only down in his career.
Bottom line – Big snooze fest