Vinaya Vidheya Rama Movie ReviewModified On: 17 January 2019 | Reviewed By: Team Moviekoop
Vinaya Vidheya Rama Review: Action, Action and Action Everywhere, And enough of it.
Vinaya Vidheya Rama stars Ram Charan Tej and Kiara Advani.
Plot: Orphan by birth Rama Konidela (played by Ram Charan) is adopted by four other orphans and grows as a tough guy. His elder brother Prashanth an IAS officer is kidnapped by Pandem Parasuram who threatens his life because of his work during by-elections.
Rama fights and rescues his brother. And then he is introduced to don in Bihar Raja Bhai (played by Vivek Oberoi). The deadly duel is set between them which forms rest of the story and believe me its intense.
The biggest shocking thing in the movie for me was the arrange marriage between Rama and Kiara. Was expecting a love story.
Director Boyapati Sreenu makes use of the Ram Charan’s fame to make action sequences but you feel it to be too much and overwhelming at times.
Ram Charan looks bulky and hefty in a lovable way but that has been completely misused or should I say not used. Kiara Advani looks stunning and has given full justice for her role.
The movie storyline is too normal and after Rangasthalam we expect something better and different from Ram Charan.
Fans will have some good moments in the movie with properly timed dialogues and action sequences but as a whole the movie is a little bit dull.
Music for the film is composed by Devi Sri Prasad. Songs and Dance numbers are engaging and colourful.
Overall Verdict: This makes the movie one time watch for Ram Charan Fans only.
We have reduced Ticket Price for Vinaya Vidheya Rama by up to Rs.250!
If you are a die-hard Movie buff and feel Movie Tickets are expensive, click below to know how to reduce your Ticket Price.
Subscribe to us
Enter your email below and we will notify you when reviews of upcoming movies are out.
Did you watch this movie? How much do you feel it was worth?
Our Score Board:
= Rs.30 | = Rs.75 | = Rs.150 | = Rs.300 | = Rs.600
SEND 'JOIN' TO +917892385712 TO CONNECT WITH US ON WHATSAPP
Follow Us On:
Kotigobba3: Has more classy than ‘massy’ approach
19 October 2021
Salaga: A commendable directorial debut by Duniya Vijay
14 October 2021
No Time To Die:The perfect Bond experience
02 October 2021