Ramarao on Duty Movierulz - Mass Maharaja's latest action thriller Rama Rao On Duty has finally hit the theaters, but the film's trailer is one of the reasons why the film has been creating buzz for days and it seems Ravi Teja has tried something new this time. The film is getting good reviews from the audience and critics as well, however, without any further delay let's dive into the in-depth review and find out if the film is worth watching or not.
Ramarao on Duty Movierulz - Rama Rao On Duty starts in 1995 when Rama Rao (Ravi Teja) works as a sub-collector, obeying the laws of the system he fulfills his responsibility for justice, however, due to some reasons, he loses his post and gets transferred to his home village as Tehsildar, where he learns that some Uri people are missing. He decides to find out who is behind the missing case and then whatever problems Rama Rao faces are the rest of the story.
Ramarao on Duty Movierulz - To be honest, Rama Rao On Duty is not a Ravi Teja movie, this movie shows a new Ravi Teja to the audience, acting with his trademark comedy in mass masala commercial films, we should appreciate the film director Sarath Mandava for making this story with Ravi Teja.
The movie starts well by introducing the hero's world and also the director introduces the core point of the movie from the beginning which helps the audience to connect with the story like oka, after missing the hanging people in the first half. The movie becomes interesting as it keeps the audience hooked throughout the movie.
The interval block works very well, it makes one curious to watch the later half, but the problem comes with all the unnecessary songs which are evidently forced by the makers.
Sarath Mandava executes this film very well with excellent writing, he portrays the emotions very well on screen, and he succeeds in keeping the audience hooked from the beginning to the end.
Ravi Teja who has always been interested in doing out-and-out commercial films should be appreciated for accepting this film though the film has commercial elements which are different from regular films and Ravi Teja as Rama Rao is amazing and his look, costumes, and body language have adapted to the whole character and done justice to the role of Aa, a Malayali actress. Rajisha Vijayan has done well with her role and Divyasha Kaushik has no scope for her. But with a smile, Venu Thottempudi, who made a name for himself with superlative comedies like Kalyana Rama, and Hanuman Junction, made Ray's entry as a police officer in this film after many years, and he did very well in the role, and the rest of the cast did well in their roles.
Technically Rama Rao is on duty top-notch Sathyan Suryan cinematography is very good he shot all the investigation scenes in the village well and Sam CS songs are not so great M shows his mark with background score and Peter Hein, Stun Siva composes amazing action blocks a visual feast for Ravi Teja fans and rest of the technical The segments did well as the film required.
Finally, Rama Rao On Duty is an engaging action thriller that can be watched by all sections of the audience.