Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya Review:After a hit in the form of “Oohalu Gusagusalade”, film star Naga Shourya came up with another youthful entertainer “Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya”. This star made a comment that he is aiming to be the Amir Khan of Tollywood. In this scenario, “How far did this venture take him to his target line?” is the question. Read this review to come to a conclusion.
This flick is formed from a typical out of box concept. This venture deals with a son and father trying to get the hand of one girl. Film maker derived this story from the concept that the father was married at early stage and hence has sons who are grownups. As the age difference between the dad and the son is less, the son started getting lovable feeling and the father too is in the same phase of life.
Gopala Krishna (Ajay) is the father and Madhu (Naga Shourya) is the son. The girl whom these 2 were trying is Sameetha (Sana). Gopala who feels like loving a young girl tries to woo Sametha. Madhu on the other hand, too will try for the hand of the same girl. Who will win the hand and how will Madhu convince his dad to move out of this feeling, is the remaining story.
Naga Shourya’s performance got pushed up in this flick. Even though he looked a bit weird giving few expressions, his overall level as an actor got increased. He improved from his first venture. Ajay is an experienced actor and he has the past experience of acting in this sort of strange roles. Previously, he acted in similar fashion in “Arya 2” and now this is another challenging role for Ajay. He too looked good on screen but in emotional episodes, there was slight drawback in the expressions.
Sana looked good and she performed up to the mark, as per her experience in the film industry. Other cast and crew which includes Ali, Posani, Pavani and Brahmaji supported the main cast in the correct sequences.
Director chose a complex and out of box concept. But, the story looked a bit predictable. The concept is new but not the sequences in the story. In fact, it can be considered as a risky attempt as this sort of scenarios are not well seen in the society. This might be the reason for Censor Board to mention this flick as a bit risky.
Production values were well maintained and the editing work was up to the mark. Cinematography, choreography and the locations were all ok.
Finally, this venture has the flavor to attract the youth as the concept is looking new and catchy. In a scenario where no big flicks are in the radar, this flick has good scope to mint good collections for the film makers and the distributors. It is a time pass youthful entertainer with family sentiment. Youngsters as well as family audience can watch this flick.