Bhujangaih (Prakash Raj) is one of the most respected persons in his village. Every individual in the village has high regards for him. But one fine day out of frustration with family, he hires a prostitute (Priyamani) with the help of a friend Shiva (Satya Dev). Bhujangaiah takes the prostitute to a small shop near his house and gets locked from outside. Shiva who was supposed to open the door gets arrested by the police officials and Bhujangaiah gets locked with the prostitute for one whole night and what happens that night forms the plot line of the film. Also, to know whether Bhujangaiah came out successfully or not, we must watch the film.
Both the lead actors gave amazing performances in the film. Versatile actor Prakash Raj proved his versatility again by showing dual variations of Lord Rama and Ravana in the character he played. Without going over board in terms of emotions, Prakash Raj restricted himself to an extent which appears to be real. Also Priyamani lived in the character of a prostitute. With so much of ease, the actress put a decent performance. She has got good scope to perform in this film after a long time. Satya Dev looks decent and innocent in terms of looks. He also played his role perfectly and left a positive impression. Prudhvi Raj has got a completely different role in the film and he also did justice for the role.
Writing Department & Technical Departments:
The writing is so good that the emotions appear to be natural. Prakash Raj has taken the soul from the original and has adopted beautifully for our Telugu audiences. The dialogues are also so simple. The cinematography of the film is brilliant. The editing was good. The title song is impressive. Ilaiyaraja’s background score is top notch. The technical departments of the film worked well to generate the best output for the film.
- Lead Actors Performances
- Background Score
- Slow Narration
- No Commercial Elements
Man Oori Ramayanam is a film that happens with everyone. The dual shades of a person has been explained in the film so well using the Ramayana angle. The film deals with the natural emotions and gives us a good feel in the end. The major drawback of the film is that it lacks commercial elements which means that the film is not for all kinds of audiences. The film runs on a slow pace and hence it fails to appeal for some classes of people. Prakah Raj’s superb performance is a highlight in the film. Not regularly we see such films and also this was a honest attempt of describing human behaviour in the best possible and engaging way. With some other films at the box office this weekend, Mana Voori Ramayanam might not be given the scope to have a successful run but still the film won’t disappoint you if you are on for a very good and honest film. Go with low expectations and you will come out with happiness.