Casting : Ravi Teja, Kajal Agarwal, Taapsee, Shyam, Pradeep Rawath, Sridevi, Rahul Dev, Roja, Nasser, Vijay Kumar, Brahmanandam, Ali, Venu Madhav, Divya Vani, Supreeth, Krishnudu
Music : S S Thaman
Cinematography : Chota K Naidu
Producer : Ganesh Indukuri
Director : Ramesh Varma
Release Date:20 May, 2011
Watched Theater : Metro, Guntur.
Ravi Teja New Telugu Film Veera Movie Review:
AFter the Mirapaky Ravi Had A Big Expectation On This film . But it seems to be not worked So far That Big. Even though the Ramesh Varma Came From New Story line But it look like the Audience was Rejected the Director Ramesh Varma’s New Concept.Story:Well, the story begins with a honest and tough cop Shyam Sunder (shyam) who gets into a fight with a dreaded bad guy (rahul dev). This results in enmity and the villain targets Shyam’s family. The police sends Veera (Ravi teja) as the security officer for Shyam and his family. Here, Veera comes across Aikey (taapsee) who falls in love with him and he doesn’t reciprocate to her. On the other hand, Shyam’s wife (sridevi) keeps behaving rudely with Veera. The story takes a turn when Shyam discovers that Veera is not the government appointed officer. What is Veera’s background? Why he comes as the security officer? All this forms the rest of the story.
Artist Performance:Ravi Teja shouldered the film well with his multi-faceted performance. Kajal Agarwal looks more spicy than cute. Taapsee gives a visual feast with ample skin show. Shyam looks handsome and gives a commendable performance, Sridevi looks naturally beautiful and did an okay job, Pradeep Rawath was noisy, Brahmanandam was boring, Divya Vani was annoying, Ali was normal, Venu Madhav was below average. The others didn’t have much to offer.
Technical and Other Departments:The dialogues were weakly written, the script was written without much grip and the screenplay was below average. Background score was nice and three songs were good. Cinematography was fitting. Editing was required during critical situations. Costumes were trendy while the art department was matching the situations and looked apt.
Movie analysis:The director has come up with an interesting storyline and while the presentation was nice, the narrative was bad. The film takes off on a fast note but in no time the momentum comes down due to some really poor comedy and silly scenes. While the first half gets stretched with all this, things get even more difficult during the second half. As such, there is nothing interesting in the film which the audience can connect to. At the box office, the openings might be bright due to the star power and songs but this will fizzle out in no time.
On the Whole The Film is a Disappointing one !!