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“Dhikkulu Chudaku Ramayya Movie Review - Bumpy yet commendable effort!”


Gopala Krishna (Ajay) gets married very early in life and very soon has two sons. In his late 30s, Gopala Krishna starts gets bored with his marriage life and starts looking for options. He then meets Sameeta (Sana Maqbool), a young independent girl and an aerobics teacher, both of them become good friends very soon. Later his son Madhu (Naga Shourya) also happens to meet Sameeta and tried to woo her. Finally the father and son compete for the same women. What happens next in their lives forms the rest of the story line.



Ajay who was limited to squeaky roles till now gets a big chance finally. He tried his level bet to fit in the role which requires him to look mature but act young. He did decently well except in some emotional scenes. Naga Shourya is decent but had to work on more on emoting right expressions. The new girl Sana Maqbool is okay in her debut movie. RJ Kajal’s dubbing suited her character. Yesteryear Indraja comes back with good performance. Rest of the actors like Ali, Posani Krishna Murali and Pavani Reddy are okay in short roles.  Bhramaji and wife character (a TV serial artist) did well even in a little role.



Former Associate of SS Rajamouli, Trikoti is making his directional debut with this film. He did foray in to the big league with a different story. Even though the story looks simple, the son needs to save his girl friend from his father with out hurting his mother. There is also an emotional war within himself fighting his dad. But the director failed to portray them perfectly. It is inevitable that the son will over the father but despite having the predictability, the director chose to stretch the proceedings for more than 2 hours which test the patience of the audience yet time. The ending is also poorly etched.


Technical Performances:

M M Keeravani, the Legend has delivered a top notch work despite working for a film very little to his stature. The rerecording totally elevate the scenes. Camera work by Rajasekhar is neat and the dialogues to a certain extent are very natural. Editor should have lost his interest after the second half. Otherwise a good portion of the film can be cut off from the second half of the film. Production values by Varahi Chalana Chitra are grand.


Bottom line:

Despite some glitches in the performances and pace of the film, Dikkulu Chudaku Ramayya can be excused to some extent due to the inexperience and low key promise of the team as well as the film. It can be certainly a one time watch and it will not disappoint you if you manage to keep your expectations low.


Rating: 3/5


reviewed by Nishanth


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