Rama Rao On Duty Movie Review: Rama Rao On Duty, the latest action thriller from Mass Maharaja, has finally opened in theatres after a few days of anticipation. The trailer for the film is one of the most anticipated in recent memory, and it appears that Ravi Teja has tried something different from his usual Mass Masala entertainer this time around.
When he is demoted to Tahsildar, Rama Rao (Ravi Teja) discovers that a few tribes have gone missing without a trace. He decides to investigate to find out who is behind this missing case and how he can help the tribes.
Cast & Crew
The cast includes Ravi Teja, Divyasha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu Thottempudi, Nasser, Sr Naresh, Pavitra Lokesh, ‘Sarpatta’ John Vijay, Chaitanya Krishna, Tanikella Bharani, Rahul Rama Krishna, Eerojullo Sree, Madhu Sudan Rao, Surekha Vani, and more; Sharath Mandava directed
|Movie Name||Rama Rao On Duty|
|Music Director||Sam C S|
|Cast||Ravi Teja, Divyasha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu Thottempudi, Nasser, Sr Naresh, Pavitra Lokesh, ‘Sarpatta’ John Vijay, Chaitanya Krishna, Tanikella Bharani, Rahul Rama Krishna, Eerojullo Sree, Madhu Sudan Rao, Surekha Vani|
We know Ravi Teja for action mass masala commercial films with his trademark comedy, so Rama Rao On Duty may not be his usual fare. Nevertheless, this film is a refreshing change of pace from his usual fare, and we should be grateful to director Sharath Mandava for bringing Ravi Teja into this story.
As the film progresses, it establishes the hero’s world and explains the film’s central theme, which is a good thing because it keeps the audience engaged. Filmmaking begins to pick up steam after a number of tribes are mysteriously absent in the first half.
However, there are many layers to this story, and the interval block worked quite well as it makes curiosity to watch the second half. However, the problem occurs in the second half of the beginning with unnecessarily placed songs as it clearly knows that the makers forcibly placed part from that.
Despite the fact that this film has commercial elements, it is not like other films in that respect. Ravi Teja as Rama Rao is good like any character he has played before; he just delivered it with such ease. Sharath Mandava has done an outstanding job writing and executing the film. He has successfully brought out the audience’s emotions and kept them interested from beginning to end.
When it comes to quality, Rama Rao On Duty is unmatched. However, Sam C S’s songs are not to the point, though he showed his mark with the background score. Petter Hein, Stun Shiva has composed brilliant action blocks that are a visual feast for Ravi Teja fans, while the rest of the technical departments did well as required.
It’s safe to say that everyone in the audience will find something to enjoy in Rama Rao On Duty.