Ramarao on Duty movie Review and Rating

Movie Review: Ramarao on Duty

Director : Sarath Mandava

Producer : Sudhakar Cherukuri

Banner : SLV Cinemas and RT Team Works

Music : Sam CS

Starring : Ravi Teja, Rajisha Vijayan, Divyansha Kaushik, Venu Thottempudi, Rahul Ramakrishna and Others

Release date: 29th July 2022

Rating : 2.25/5

Ramarao on Duty movie review: Ravi Teja, Divyansha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan and others starrer action drama Ramarao on Duty has hit the theaters today on 29th July 2022. Let’s see the story of Ramarao on Duty.

 Story: Ramarao (Ravi Teja) is a deputy collector, who is posted in Chittoor in 1995. Rajisha Vijayan, His former girlfriend, reports her husband missing.  He takes the case and assures that he will return. He  begins looking into a missing person case but soon learns there is more going on. He comes to know that an illegal smuggling ring is responsible for this. How Ramarao unravels the mystery and stops the smuggling of red sandalwood in his district form rest of the story of this film.

 Plus Points:

·         Performance

·         Ravi Teja

·         Pre climax

·         Interval block

 Minus Points:

·         Screenplay

·         Narration

·         First half dull

·         Unexciting twists

 Performance: Ravi Teja  who is playing the role of  MRO officer for the first time, looks good on the screen and he  justifies with his character. Divyansha Kaushik and Rajisha Vijayan look good. Rajisha plays Ravi Teja’s ex-girlfriend, and Divyansha Kaushik, who plays his wife, do wonderful job in their roles. Venu Thottempudi makes his comeback with this film and he  is the ideal choice for SI Jammi Murali. Although the movie follows a serious plotline, Venu Thottempudi injects humour into a few scenes. Rahul Ramakrishna is ok. Rest of the cast perform accordingly.

 Technical:  The story of Ramarao on Duty is interesting and the  special mention should go to the action sequences which have been composed well. Coming on the work of Saratha Mandava, he picks an interesting subject involving thriller elements. The pre-climax and pre-interval twists are expertly positioned. The train action episode before the intermission is crafted well.   The background score is very impressive. The dialogues are noteworthy.  The Cinematography is decent and the editing is ok. The production values are good

Analysis: Overall Ramarao on Duty is a serious drama that has absolutely no entertainment. Plus points of the film are Ravi Teja’ characterization and action episodes.

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