Rama Banam Movie Review: As an action hero, Gopichand continued to sing his own song. But, for some time now, success has been catching up with him. In this background, there is interest in 'Ramabanam' made by Gopichand and director Srivas combo.
The reason for that - is Shrivas made his directorial debut with Gopichand's film 'Lakshyam'. After that, Gopichand and Srivas' collaboration With 'Laukhyam' was also impressive. 'Ramabanam' was the third film in which both of them worked together. On Friday, this film stood in front of the public.
Rama Banam Movie Story:
Rajaram (Jagapathi Babu) provides organic food to people with the will to make everyone healthy. His complete opposite is Paparao (Nazar). Papa Rao's concept is that we should make money with food, but why do we care about people's health. Papa Rao is trying to cancel the license of Rajaram Food.
Knowing this, Rajaram's younger brother Vicky Paparao, fifteen years old, burns down the godown. Rajaram, who is honest, surrenders his brother to the police. But, Vicky escapes and reaches Calcutta where he is joined by a well-meaning Don Chenta. Later he also becomes Vickydada Chelamani. He can raise crores. There he falls in love with a girl named Bhairavi (Dimple Hayati).
Their family members say, 'You may have money, but how can we give our daughter to you, who has no family?' Vicky comes to meet her brother saying that she has family in Hyderabad. There Rajaram runs a hotel named 'Sukhibhava'. Paparao's son-in-law supplies adulterated food under the brand 'GK Foods'. Rajaram tries to close his business. Papa Rao's son-in-law Rajaram tries to end the family. Then the rest of the story is about how the younger brother Vicky saved his elder brother Rajaram's family.
Rama Banam Movie Actors Performance:
In this, brotherly relationships and Vadina-Maridi sentiments are also preferred. Gopichand, who is known as Mechoman, was impressed with his performance and action scenes. Actress Dimple Hayati's life is limited to glamour. Jagapathi Babu again appeared as a family man in this film. Many actors will be seen in the movie. But, Director Srivas could not use any of them to the full extent.
Madhusudan narrates the Western words to the story given by Bhupathiraja. Madhusudan's writing of words went according to the scenes. The songs are not good, Mickey J. Mayer's lyrics are not impressive at all. Producer Vishwaprasad's expenditure is seen without any compromise. Srivas, who has sometimes seen success in thickening mass masalas, has tried the same in this film. But, the spice seems to be a bit too much.
– Being a combo of Gopichand and Srivas
– Production Values
– Impressive word writing
– Lack of novelty in the story
– Some scenes are stretched
– Not so impressive music