Cast: Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma, Jagapathi Babu, Sampath Raj & Others
Banner: SRT Entertainments
Music: Shakthi Kanth Karthick
Cinematography: Mukesh G
Editor: Chota K Prasad
Producer: Ram Talluri
Writer & Director: Kalyan Krishna
Looks like, mass maharaja Ravi Teja is on a roll in releasing the films in the short span of time. Since last year, he released two films and one among them tasted success and the other proved out as a disaster film.
On this verge, his third and latest release Nela Ticket has been grabbing the attention of the audience. Already, this film has got positive vibes, as it is being directed by the successful director Kalyan Krishna with two hits under his belt.
At this juncture, the fate of this film is being discussed in the following Nela Ticket movie review.
Ravi Teja- an orphan, believes in a philosophy which says "Society Is My Family. He craves to be surrounded by people always. On the other side, Jagapathi Babu (Adithya Babu) is a person who kills his own father to claim his political legacy and wealth. As the story unfolds, these two comes to face off and the rest of the story unfolds on the silver screen.
Actors & Performances
Ravi Teja- He is called as Nela Ticket in the film. Well, he showcased his undying energy in the film and he remains as active as he can in the film.
Malvika Sharma- She is the glamour quotient in the film. Unfortunately, she has more songs than scenes and even the scope of her acting goes for a toss due to her small portions.
Jagapathi Babu- Once again, he played the typical antagonist in the film and tried his best to showcase the villainy through the character.
Kaumudi, Ali, LB Sriram, Annapurna, Sampath, Prithvi got brief roles in the film.
First of all, this story is having many emotions and unfortunately, those emotions are failed to create the impact on screen. Many emotions spoiled the story and even the storyline is also not so attractive or eye catchy to the audience.
Kalyan Krishna- who happens to be a writer-director failed this time as the writing part of this film got many loopholes. He tried to inculcate all the commercial aspects in this film and his attempt didn’t yield good output.
Coming to the first half, entertainment portions worked well and it gave some comic relief to the audience. However, the second half turned out as a total misfire as it tests the patience levels of audience. The twists and turns in the screenplay didn’t show the impact and also they looked like routine twists in our commercial flicks.
Music from Shakthi Kanth Karthick is very much average and no single song on the album got clicked. Dialogues from Kalyan Krishna got clicked in some scenes and they are very much to satisfy the hardcore audience of Ravi Teja.
+ Ravi Teja
- Second Half
- Routine Story
Nela Ticket- Your 'Ticket' may go waste!
Review By Sandeep
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