Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations

Cast: Ram, Arjun, Priya Anand, Bindu Madhavi, Nassir, Brahmanandam,Sayaji Shinde.
Music: MM Keeravani
Dialogues: M Ratnam
Cinematography: Sekhar V Joseph
Editing: Gowtam Raju
Art: AS Prakash
Story – screenplay – direction: Srivas
Producer: Dil Raju
Release date: 12 May 2010
Rating :


Ashok Deva (Arjun) becomes a don in Mumbai after fighting against a mafia leader. Soon he loses his wife in the fight in mafia rival killings, so he leaves the city and lands in a village on the banks of Godavari in Andhra Pradesh. He stays in the village along with his sister Priya (Priya Anand). And the village head’s son Rama Krishna (Ram) falls in love with Priya and in one of his encounters with another mafia don, he comes to know the real story of Ashok Deva. How street smart Rama Krishna solves the problems in the end forms rest of the story.

Movie Analysis:
First half of the movie is alright. Interval episode is good. Second half becomes predictable. Climax should have been better. The plus points of this movie are Ram, Arjun and commercial elements. This movie suffers from predictability and lack of freshness in second half. On a whole, RRKK is a commercial film that is intended to cater to families and masses. We have to wait and see if this movie clicks with the target audiences or not.

Artist Performance:
Ram comes up with yet another energetic performance. His dialogue delivery in Godavari dialect is nice. NTR gave the voiceover to the introducing of hero character.Arjun suited the role well and he dubbed his own voice. Priya Anand is alright as female lead. Bindu Madhavi’s role is pretty much limited. Naseer is extremely good. Brahmanandam’s character doesn’t offer required level of comedy. Pruthvi and Bharat are entertaining. Srinivas Reddy is one of the most promising comedians who can generate laughter with his dialogues like Ali and Krishna Bhagawan. He is good in this movie. Gracy Singh did a small role as Arjun’s wife. Sekhar’s (Chatrapati fame) performance is odd in the first half.

Technical and Other Departments:
Technically too the film doesn’t score much brownie points. Sekhar V Joseph’s has done what is required for the film through his lenses. For a 200th movie, one expects better musical score from M M Keeravani. His songs are uninspiring. Ratnam’s dialogues are adequate. Action stunts (by Vijay) are good but they are too lengthy. Director Sri Vaas has failed both as story writer (by rehashing from several scenes) and as director to sustain the interest. Probably second movie syndrome! Producer Dil Raju has put on lot of expenditure to make the film grandeur but he should have concentrated on script than providing budget.

Final View:
Rama Rama Krishna Krishna is an attempt to put old wine in new bottle but both bottle and the wine are not attractive. An outdated script with predictable narration. If you are Ram fan go and watch it.

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