‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama’ Review

Mega Powerstar Ramcharan teamed up with mass director Boyapati Srinu and is all set to enthrall the audience with his upcoming with ‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama.’

Touted to be a full full-length entertainer, Kiara Advani of ‘Bharath Ane Nenu’ played the female lead in the movie. After carrying a decent pre-release buzz, the movie has finally made it into the theatres today on January 11th, 2019. The fans have huge expectations for the movie.

Ram Charan is going to appear in a massy avatar in this film. Let’s see how far the movie succeeded in impressing the audience.

Story:

Ram Konidela (Ram Charan) lives with his four brothers, and they all are very close to each other. Big brother Bhuvan Kumar (Prashant) works as a sincere IAS officer in Election Commission. One day, Ram fights with Pandem Parasuram, a local don for threatening his brother’s life.

After this high octane episode, the story shifts to a flashback in Bihar where a fierce guy in Bihar Raja Bhai ( Vivek Oberoi ) is introduced. How Ram fights with Raja Bhai in flashback and present forms the rest of the story.

Performances:

Ram Charan delivered a commendable achievement for the role. His dialogue delivery is outstanding. Especially in the action sequences, his stunning transformation will grab the attention of the audience.

The scenes where he showcases his outstanding performance completely steals the show. Vivek Oberoi looks menacing as the bad guy and portrays his role with aplomb. The way he confronts Charan in some scenes is just superb. Kiara Advani looked beautiful in the movie and maintained good chemistry with Ramcharan.

Prashanth carried his role well. Aryan Rajesh also justified his role. Sneha also got a vital role in the film and she gave her best performance in the movie. The rest of the cast also made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:

The music by Devi Sri Prasad is just average. Though the songs are dull and routine, his background music is above average. The production values of DVV Entertainments banner are lavish. The cinematography by Rishi Punjabi and Arthur A Wilson is really good. They produced some sleek visuals for the film. Editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao and Thammiraju is clean and neat.

Verdict:

When it comes to mass entertainers, Boyapati Srinu is undoubtedly one of the most talented directors in the industry. Though he gives much importance to action in his films, he also gives equal importance to emotions as well.

But, Boyapati Srinu failed to do the same with ‘VVR.’ The way he handled both action scenes and emotions is pretty much boring. Boyapati is known for his high voltage scenes which went overboard in this movie. There are only action elements in the movie but not the story. The unbearable action content in the film tests the patience of action lovers.

The movie opens with some family emotions and brother sentiment. But instead of penning a proper story, Boyapati concentrated only on the action episodes which irks the audiences. The first half is somewhat better. There is no story in the second half.

The climax action episode is also boring. Overall, ‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama’ is a mass film, and only action lovers can enjoy it.

Rating: 1.75/5