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ungarala ram babu is a pivotal film for sunil’s career. the movie that was postponed many times has finally reached the screens today. let’s see how it is.
ram babu(sunil) is a rich man who loses everything after the death of his grandfather. With no other choice, he visits Badam Baba (Posani) for solace. Following his suggestion, Ram Babu goes to a barren land and starts planting a tree. To his luck, he finds 200 million rupees worth of gold biscuits and once again becomes rich.
this incident makes him a firm believer in astrology. but as he goes on, he begins to incur losses in his business. once again baba asks him to marry a certain girl (miya goerge) in her office to be safe in her life. The twist is that the story arises when Ram Babu is confronted by the girl’s father (Prakash Raj), who is a communist by nature. The rest of the story is about how Ram Babu wins his love and succeeds in life.
sunil tries very hard to entertain in his poorly written role and goes to great lengths to liven things up. prakash raj is a sincere actor and he does his job well. posani generated comedy as badam baba clicks here and there.
the heroine miya goerge looks decent and plays her part to the best of her ability. once again, she vennela kishore in a man who brings proceedings to life. Although her comedy is not that good, she manages to save us at least for a while from the torch that appears on the screen in the second half.
the movie is full of inconveniences and it is very difficult to put everything here. first of all sunil should stop accepting scripts like these which have absolutely no value. through the movie, the first doubt you have is that the movie you are watching is made by the same director who directed movies like onamalu and malli malli idi rani roju.
The movie has pointless scenes, over-the-top acting, irritating songs, and even a disappointing script. there are times when you clearly feel claustrophobic and look to the exit doors to run out of theaters to save yourself. Such is the pain that this movie gives.
There is absolutely no direction for the film in the first half and there is one particular surprise scene shown three times that makes things unbearable to watch. there are hundreds of such scenes that completely fail in all aspects of the movie.
The production values are decent as the film seems quite rich during the second half. ghibran’s music is unbearable as the songs appear at regular intervals and leave you shaken. the dialogues are almost fine, as is the entire montage. the camera work was pretty good and it showed the movie in decent light.
As for director kranthi madhav, any impression he got over the years is lost with ungarala ram babu. it’s shocking to see him conceive of the film in such a bad way. no episode of the movie is good and this just reveals how the director has killed the movie. His script is pathetic as the narration never engages you even for ten minutes into the movie.
Overall, ungarala ram babu is a movie that doesn’t leave you irritated. Clearly, times have changed and such nonsense just doesn’t work in Tollywood anymore. Sunil needs to seriously rethink his script selection strategies, as movies like these are only going to land him in trouble. Except for a few scenes featuring Posani and Vennela Kishore’s comedy, this movie has absolutely nothing to offer and can be safely ignored this weekend.
123telugu.com rating: 2/5
reviewed by 123telugu team
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