|Release date||May 5, 2023|
|Cast||Gopichand, Dimple Hayathi, Jagapathi Babu, Kushboo, Nassar, Tarun Arora, Sachin Khedekar, Vennela Kishore, etc.|
|Budget||Rs. 25 crore|
|Box office||Rs. 14.5 crore|
|Synopsis||A story of two brothers who have different ideologies and lifestyles, but come together to fight for a common goal against a corrupt food manufacturer.|
It’s a 2023 action-packed Telugu drama directed by Sriwass. The film features Gopichand, Dimple Hayathi, and Jagapathi Babu in the leading roles. It’s a gripping tale about two brothers who march to the beat of different drums when it comes to their beliefs and lifestyles. But, when a common cause calls, they join forces to fight together
My Review On this movie
Rama Banam,’ it’s one of those movies that tries to throw everything into the mix – action, drama, comedy, romance, and sentiment. But, here’s the deal – it kinda misses the mark. It left viewers unimpressed with its clichéd plot, weak screenplay, and overall lackluster direction. Performances weren’t the movie’s strong suit either.
One of the major issues is the lack of originality, logic, and depth. It leans on those old tropes, stereotypes, and formulas we’ve seen a million times before in other films.
Characterization isn’t the film’s strong suit either. Vicky, our hero, is a bit too one-dimensional. He’s a superhuman who can take on an army of goons without breaking a sweat, and he’s a smooth talker who can win any girl’s heart. No moral dilemmas, no conflicts, he’s just flawless.
Rajaram, on the other hand, comes off as passive and naive, a perpetual victim who doesn’t seem to have a backbone. Bhairavi, the love interest, doesn’t bring much to the table. She follows Vicky blindly without any real purpose.
The supporting cast, including talented actors like Jagapathi Babu and others, is underused and given poorly written roles. The villains don’t fare much better – one of them, GK, feels over-the-top and lacks depth.
Now, in the technical department, there’s more room for improvement. The music is forgettable, the cinematography is dull, and the editing is a bit choppy. Action scenes are over-the-top, comedy falls flat, and the overall execution seems to lack finesse.
But, there’s a silver lining. Gopichand’s performance stands out. He really puts in the effort, playing a dual role and showcasing his skills in action and emotional scenes. He’s the one who manages to keep the audience engaged.
So, ‘Rama Banam’ might not be a home run, but it’s got some elements worth noticing, especially Gopichand’s performance