Rama Rao On Duty Telugu Movie Review: After a few days of waiting, Mass Maharaja’s newest action thriller, Rama Rao On Duty, has finally opened in theatres. This was one of the most anticipated trailers in recent years, and it looks like Ravi Teja tried something different than his usual Mass Masala entertainer.
After being moved down to Tahsildar, Rama Rao (Ravi Teja) finds out that a few tribes have disappeared without a trace. He decides to look into this missing person case to find out who is behind it and how he can help the tribes.
Cast & Crew
Sharath Mandava directed the movie, which stars Ravi Teja, Divyasha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu Thottempudi, Nasser, Sr Naresh, Pavitra Lokesh, “Sarpatta” John Vijay, Chaitanya Krishna, Tanikella Bharani, Rahul Rama Krishna, Eerojullo Sree, Madhu Sudan Rao, Suresh, and Sures
|Movie Name||Rama Rao On Duty|
|Music Director||Sam C S|
|Cast||Ravi Teja, Divyasha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu Thottempudi, Nasser, Sr Naresh, Pavitra Lokesh, ‘Sarpatta’ John Vijay, Chaitanya Krishna, Tanikella Bharani, Rahul Rama Krishna, Eerojullo Sree, Madhu Sudan Rao, Surekha Vani|
Rama Rao On Duty may not be typical of Ravi Teja’s work, since his action, mass masala, commercial, and comedic films are what we know him for. But this movie is a nice change of pace from what he usually does, and we should thank director Sharath Mandava for putting Ravi Teja in it. It’s good that the movie sets up the hero’s world and explains the main theme as it goes along. This keeps people interested. In the first half of the movie, a number of tribes mysteriously vanish. After that, the movie picks up speed. But this story has many different parts, and the break worked well because it made people curious about the second half. The problem is with songs that were forced into the second half of the beginning, where it’s clear they were put there that way.
Even though this movie has parts that are meant to make money, it is not like other movies in that way. Ravi Teja does a great job as Rama Rao, just like he has done with every other role he has played. Sharath Mandava did an amazing job writing and making the movie. He has done a good job of making people feel something and keeping their attention throughout. Rama Rao on Duty is the best movie I’ve ever seen. Sam C. S. did a good job with the background music, but his songs are not very important. Petter Hein and Stun Shiva made great-looking action blocks for Ravi Teja fans, and the rest of the technical departments did their jobs well enough.
It’s safe to say that everyone in the audience will like something about Rama Rao on Duty.