Cast: Surya, Vivek Oberoi, Priyamani, Shatrughan Sinha, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Radhika Apte, Zareena Wahab, Sushant Singh, Tanikella Bharani, Subhalekha Sudhakar, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Rajendra Gupta, Ashish Vidyarthi, Kitty and Ram Gopal Varma (voice-over)
Music: Dharam Sandeep
Cinematography: Amol Rathod
Editing: Bhanodaya/Nipun Ashok Gupta
Dialogues: Nageswara Rao
Fights: Javed Eijaz
Story – screenplay – direction: Ram Gopal Varma
Producer: Madhu Mantena, Sheetal Vinod Talwar, Chinna Vasudeva Reddy, Rajkumar
Release date: 3 December 2010
Theater watched: Siva, Guntur.
Rating : 3.25 / 5
surya and Vivek Oberoi new Film Ratka Charitra -2 Hindi, Telugu,Tamil Movie Review:
A gripping tale, the sequel takes off from where Pratap Ravi (vivek) grows as a powerful force in politics and his supremacy gets a jolt with a bomb attack on his convoy. The reason for that is Surya Bhanureddy (suriya), son of Narasimha Reddy (kitty) who was killed by Pratap Ravi. Surya is taken over by the strong desire to kill Pratap Ravi as he becomes responsible for the death of Surya’s family. The bomb attack gets Surya into jail and here, he becomes friends with Muddu Krishna (aijaz), a hardcore killer. While Pratap tries in various ways to get Surya killed, Surya also has his own plans to kill Pratap. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
Surya is a perfect choice for the character of Suri. There is a scene before the interval of the movie in which they didn’t show the mutilated bodies in the TV bomb blasts. RGV has shown the horror and sadness in the eyes of Suriya. This scene speaks volumes about how an actor could be used to create superb effect of a bomb blast without actually showing the people who died in it. Priyamani is authentic as a supportive wife of Surya. Sudeep has a vital role in this movie. Subhalekha Sudhakar plays an important character. Most of the character characters are from the part 1.
Technical and Other Departments:
The way he hid Surya’s thread in the part one and narrated it as a flashback in the part two is good. Since the part 2 didn’s have enough engaging raw material, RGV has explored the emotional quotient in terms of Surya-Pratap rivalry and Surya-Bhavani understanding. Direction of RGV is intense in certain parts of the movie.
Music by Dharam Sandeep is as good as in the part one. However, there are not many commercially engrossing scenes in the second part to use the peppy RC background music. Dialogues by Nageswara Rao (mostly RGV’s) are good. One such dialogue is ‘Rajakeeyamantha Yes and No la madhya vundi’ (Tanikella Bharani in movie). The other dialogue is a comment on wives (we see similar one in Naa Istam book). Camera work is very good. In addition to close ups and innovative framing, RGV tilted the scene by 180 degrees in a couple of scenes. Art direction is authentic.
The film is the sequel to the original part ‘Rakta Charitra’ and unlike the regular features where sequels are boring than the first parts, this one was commendable. Right from the first scene, the audience is taken into the film and by the second half they are completely taken by the intensity and voltage in the performances and presentation. Technically, this is a masterpiece and content wise, it is impeccable. At the box office, this will be a sure shot hit.
Its a good film To watch This weekend.