Cast : Nag Anvesh, Krithika Jayakumar, Prakash Raj
Director: G.Ram Prasad
Music: Anup Rubens
Producer: Sindhura Puvvu Krishna Reddy
Banner: Saraswathi Films
TeluguSquare.com Rating : 2.5/5
Chanti (Nag Anvesh), a youngster in Veerayapalem lives with his parensts Naresh and Tulasi . Naresh works as clerk for Village head Chowdhary(Prakash Raj). Chanti falls in love with his childhood friend Janaki (Krithika Jayakumar), daughter of Chowdary. With Chanti friends played by Shakalaka Shankar, Ali, Saptagiri, Brahmanandam and others help him to break Janaki’s marriage as she was engaged to Tiger Narayana. The love couple face problems in form of Chowdary. Will Chanti win heart of Chowdary to marry Janaki? …forms the story
Intlo Illalu Vantintlo Priyuralu fame Naga Anvesh debuted as hero with this film , his acting skills , his expressions, dialogue delivery and dancing skills are fine but not up to mark although he was trained in Subhas Gahi school in Mumbai. Drushyam fame Krithika Jayakumar need no introduction as far as acting is concerned. She was cute and expressive . Prakesh Raj as Chowdary excels in his role .Brahmanandam, Sapthagiri, Shakalaka Shankar, Jabardasth Srinu, Harish added some humour to the film . Rest of the characters Chalapathi Rao, Hema, Naresh and Tulsi are short .
Music by composer Anup Rubens is fine, Cinematography of Rasool Ellore is fresh. Songs placement is not so justified. Editing of Pravin Pudi is ok, Production values are good.
Director Ram Prasad have given very good films like ‘Chirunavvutho’ and ‘Kalyana Ramudu’. Even this film will go in his style of entertainment and ends with an emotional climax . The first half is about romance and comedy and sentiment and melodrama dominates the second half. Routine story and weak direction with dragged episodes with bad screenplay makes audience uncomfortable. Although this title is apt for the film as a person will never listen to anyone and in a point of time hero asks Lord Sri Rama to listen to him. This is the reason for the title ‘Vinavayya Ramayya’.
No Ramayya !!