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REVIEW : MARYADA RAMANNA

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REVIEW : MARYADA RAMANNA

Film: MARYADA RAMANNA
Rating: 3.5/5
Banner: Arka Media Works
Cast: Sunil, Saloni, Nagineedu, Supreeth, Kanchi, Brahmaji, Rao Ramesh, Venugopal, Prabhakar, Subbaraya Sharma, Anuj Gurwar, Jayavani, Sandhya, Anitha Nath etc
Music: M M Keeravani
Cinematography: C Ramprasad
Director: S S Rajamouli
Producers: Shobu Yarlagadda, Devineni Prasad
Release Date: July 23, 2010
 
Story:
A routine tale told well, the story begins with Ramu (sunil) who lives a struggling life in the city. His life takes a turn when he receives a letter informing him of a land that he owns in the Rayalaseema area. With a dream of selling away his land and starting something on his own, he sets off to his village. During the journey, he chances upon Aparna (saloni) and as fate would have it, he ends up at her home as well. But then, Aparna's father is Ramineedu (nagineedu), the man who swore that he would take revenge for the death of his brother. Even his two sons (supreeth, venugopal) are seeking the blood and the target happens to be Ramu himself. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
 
Presentation:
The director has come up with a predictable storyline but then it was his presentation and narrative that worked. The dialogues were regular, the script was above average and the screenplay was gripping. Background score was pumping while three songs were worth humming. Cinematography was impressive. Editing was neat. Costumes were good and art department deserves special applause. Coming to the cast, Sunil did his role to the T and scored full marks in all departments, he was a good choice. Saloni was another stunner and she is not only a vision of beauty and sex appeal but also a decent performer as well, her sensuous smiles are captivating. Nagineedu was natural and showed ease, Supreeth was good, Venugopal should have been given few extra lines to mouth, Brahmaji was good, Kanchi brought few smiles, the supporting artists on the ladies (jayavani, anita nath, Sandhya) contributed their part as required. Anuj Gurwara was apt. The voiceover of Ravi Teja for the cycle was hilarious. 
 
Conclusion:
The film is basically an entertainer and it doesn't have any twitching moments. While the first half takes off brilliantly and shows a lot of promise, the graph goes down a bit during the second half. However, the technical values and the performances manage to catch it well and the hiccups are also brief. Overall, the film runs on a fast pace and it has enough entertainment. This is suitable for all genres of audience and at the box office, it might end up as an above average treat.
 
Bharatstudent Verdict: Entertaining and fast paced

Tags: Review: Maryada Ramanna, Sunil, Saloni, Nagineedu, Supreeth, Kanchi, Brahmaji, Rao Ramesh, Venugopal, Prabhakar, Subbaraya Sharma, S S Rajamouli
Posted On : 23rd July, 2010
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