Rama Rao (Jr. NTR) is the son of Ranjan (Mukesh Rishi) who works as an assistant to Mafia Don Saadu Bhai (Kelly Dorji) is an IPS Aspirant. However, he is rejected from police work due to ... See full summary »
While the nation is terrorized by a slew of kidnappings and murders, a young woman falls in love with a mysterious man; not realizing that he is the one who went to jail for the murder of her parents, thirteen years earlier.
Review: the story was average. It did not have any impact, with some twists which were seen in 2nd half , left viewers awe struck for a while. The narrative was OK. The first half was good and set the momentum for the next half. But the graph went down and with songs at crucial points of movie turned it into a regular mass masala. The climax was not up to the mark as it did not create an impact. Screenplay was tight in first half and went down a bit in second half. Direction was apt. the lead cast got a prominent role to perform. Heroines were not utilized to full extent. Villains are there to shout and not perform anything in terms of action. Editing was crisp in first 30 minutes , then it lost the impact. Only two songs were catchy and was good to hear. Background score was apt. but a high voltage action script needed a better score. Cinematography was brilliant both in movie and songs. Comedy was good enough , but seemed overdosed. Action episodes are nearly overdosed. Cgi effects are good in first song and titles. Art department needs a special mention for some songs. In climax the visual effects seemed a bit tacky. Out of 4 action scenes, only first one was impressive rest all seemed very boring and did not give an impact. Finally ragada ends up as a good movie. It had all the elements to make it a hit one. But due to lack of any impact in story and songs , ragada could not make that mark. But is watchable once for nag king and comedy elements. Rating: 6/10
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