• Ravi Teja Veera Movie Review

    cast:- Ravi teja, Kajal Agarwal,Tapsee
    Direcor:- Ramesh Varma
    Music ;- Thamman
    Comedy:- Brahmanandam,Venu Madhav
    Rating :- 2/5

    Story:–

    Ravi Teja’s the hero, Brahmanandam is a comedian, two girls from up north are the female leads, we have songs from abroad, fights from film cities, screenplay filled with betrayals, flash backs and all else. Crudely speaking that is the plot or the plan with which a film like this is carried out.

    What’s good?
    The making of this film is a tale of hope. If somebody who lives on this very planet we live on and actually wrote, convinced people and made a film such as this, that’s a tale of human hope. It is this blind hope in our primitive taste as an audience. Only primitive conviction or unadulterated stupidity can cause a film like this to happen.
    Why the passage about hope?

    The hero’s entrance (as we call it) had these frames where Ravi Teja had to talk to somebody he had just shot and he’s looking down. He had sun glasses on him and his lines were shot from two angles. And what can be seen in the hero’s eye

    Highlights

    * Cinematography
    * Glamour quotient of Kajal, Taapsee
    * Chitti Chitti song choreography
    * Chinnari Chinni Navvu, a bit song

    Negatives :-
    Outdated storyline
    * Heavy overdose of weak sentiment
    * Crass comedy
    * Pale Dialogues
    * Spineless narrative
    * Dragged second half

    Final Say :-

    Say some guy sold you some fake tickets for a movie, how would you feel? Watching this film is no different.

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