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Vinaya Vidheya Rama Review
Movie: Vinaya Vidheya Rama (2019)
The much-awaited mass masala entertainer ‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama’ is gearing up to hit the screens this 11th January. Right from the teaser, the team made it clear that it will be a typical Boyapati mark film with ample mass elements which drives the fans crazy. Ram Charan is coming fresh from the success of his ‘Rangasthalam’ and is all beefed-up for this action film and will be sporting his six-pack look. Kiara Advani will be romancing him onscreen while Vivek Oberoi plays the cruel villain in this flick.
Vinaya Vidheya Rama is the story of five orphan brothers, Rama (Ram Charan) is a brother of Election Commissioner Prashanth. 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? Watch Vinaya Vidheya Rama know about the complete story.
Charan delivered a decent performance. He proved his strengths in fights and dances by giving the best efforts.
Heroine Kiara Advani is beautiful on the screen but her role duration is limited.
Four actors who acted as Charan’s brother are okay in their roles. It is good to see Prashanth on screen after a long time. Sneha and other ladies as sisters-in-law are decent. Vivek Oberoi and Mukesh Rishi are impressive in their roles as baddies.
Devi Sri Prasad composed music 🎶 album for this movie and he did a disappointing work in terms of tunes and songs considering his previous works. He uses the same tracks and loops he uses for action films again in terms of the background score.
Cinematographers🎥 Rishi Punjabi and Arthur Wilson have done good work. Editing could have been a lot better. Action department has done good work in composing fans appealing sequences. Production values of DVV entertainments are rich.
👉 Ram Charan
👉 2nd Half
Director Boyapati Sreenu has once again kept hopes on his abilities and came up with a regular story that banks on family emoticons. His narration has many flaws but he makes things interesting by inserting his trademark action blocks at crucial stages. The pre-interval fight followed by interval episode is good and sets the right tone for the proceedings.
Vinaya Vidheya Rama title and the movie is a misnomer. The movie and it’s a lead star is anything but ‘Vinaya Vidheya’. The movie- is a series of action episodes stitched together with the almost non-existent story.
First half is about how Rama dues with Pandem Parasuram as his brother (Prashant) is tasked as chief election commissioner. Second half like a child video game with un-imaginary action sequences. Its all about the flashback in Bihar. Apart from this thin storyline and action episode after another, there is nothing much. Charan excels in dances and fights.
Danayya did his part by pumping huge money, into production for unnecessary scenes. Overall the film will be a big disappointment for mega fans. Surely family audience will stay away especially for the second half.
Verdict: VVR means Very Violent Rama, not Vinaya Vidheya Rama
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