Review : Swamy Ra Ra

Swamy Ra Ra Movie Review, Rating | Swamy Ra Ra Review | Swamy Ra Ra Telugu Movie Review

Swamy Ra Ra Movie Review, Rating | Swamy Ra Ra Review | Swamy Ra Ra Telugu Movie Review
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Telugu Mirchi Rating : 2.5/5 | Click here for Telugu Review

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Swamy Ra Ra Review, Rating | Swamy Ra Ra Movie Review | Swamy Ra Ra Telugu Movie Review


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Review :

When we have a story there is no need for gimmicks. People will see the film no matter what the narration is. Taking, shot division, different type of angles, screenplay, twists and turns…all this will come in handy and is needed only when there is no story. If there is a strong plot and the mentioned qualities get together, the film will strongly stand at the box office. There have been many examples. New director Sudheer Verma relied a lot on these angles and gimmicks. Did have a right story or did he make do with build up shots?

A small Ganesh idol, an antique piece is stolen from Padbhanabhaswany Temple in Kerala and it changes hands and finally reaches Andhra Pradesh. Home Minister makes herculean efforts to lay his hands on it and gives the task to Durga (Ravi Babu) and it is found in Swati’s (Swati) bag and Surya steals it (Nikhil). He is a petty thief and is good at his job, once he steals Swaty’s scooty and even returns to him when he is almost getting caught red handed. He sells the Ganesh idol that he had taken from Swathy’s bag for a dirt cheap five lakh when the value at the international market is ten crore.

On the other hand Durga comes to know that the idol is Swathy and he takes her in his custody and gives him a time limit to return the idol. “I will copy all the films that I like” says the director in the beginning of the film. We should admire his honesty and as he said he did pick up a lot of stuff from various films. Money, Donga Donga, Kshana Kshanam..you find a lot of similarities of these films in Swami Ra Ra. He begins the story interestingly with the entry of Jogi Brothers and in between he does she his brand in the beginning and towards the finale. The introduction of Swathy and Surya, we think they are talking to each other on the phone but they aren’t , they are conversing with different people.

This trick in screenplay helps us get a first impression of the director. The travel and journey of the idol, the way people keep taking it and pushing it into each other’s hands all captivate the attention of the audience. Once three or four scenes are over, we can guess what the next one will be. All the director needed to do was tell the story intelligently. This is where you get to know the experience of the director. Look at Khshana Khsanam, how Verma kept the people engaged. Mani took it up in a different way in Donga Donga. But Sudheer Verma paled in comparison, after interval his experience showed that he cannot hold the interest and keep it sustained. There is nothing to tell post interval. He had one more hour to go, so he turned and twisted the story in a way that would bore all. A rare idol is stolen from a heavily guarded Padbhanabha Swamy temple, he could have engaged the audience keenly by showing how it was stolen. He showed that it could be stolen easily and he didn’t show the effect of the stolen idol, what repercussions it has on people or the temple, the government.

We can’t see Nikhil and Swathy as a pair, they donned different characters altogether. The film was picturised in a rich manner, the cinematography was fabulous. It was colourful and was shot in a manner that big movies are shot. Keeping the minuses of Nikhil and Swati aside, he elevated the plus points of the lead pair’s faces. Though Nikhil was not shown on par with the status of a hero, for the story he was perfect. People have a mischievous image of Nilkhil, so the director did not entirely allow the hero to play with guns and bullets and keep him away from reality. Such roles suit Swathy a lot, after ‘Danger’ she played this part well.

The title song and its picturisation was shot excellently, others are fine. No dances and double meaning dialogues, it is a clean film. Sudheer gets pass marks in the first half, he did not live up to the expectations post interval but even then for the first time he’s been pretty good. In the entire film, Ganesha makes his mark but sadly he didn’t help the team cross the small hurdles that was necessary to make this project a big success.

Telugu Mirchi Rating : 2.5/5                  – Swathi

***The ratings and analysis of the above reviews do not reflect the opinion of the audiences. It is merely the reviewer’s perception and has no connection with the box office collections whatsoever.

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