Review: 'Maryada Ramanna'
Telugu director, S.S. Rajamouli, has an enviable record of all his seven films being hits. And he adds another feather to his cap with 'Maryada Ramanna', which features comedy actor, Sunil in the lead.
'Maryada Ramanna' is quite different from all his previous commercial hits, which include 'Simhadri', 'Magadheera' and 'Vikramarkudu', that focused on giving a larger than life image to the heroes.
Rajamouli has narrated his latest gripping tale with less of comedy and action, but makes it engaging and entertaining.
He has chosen a story revolving around the factional feuds of Andhra Pradesh's Rayalaseema region where revenge and violence get prime focus. But he has kept away from these two factors in the film.
Rajamouli has put together a fast-paced love story packaged with thrilling and enjoyable elements. He has woven magic with his screenplay and there is never a dull moment in the film.
In the movie, Ramu works in Hyderabad and finds it difficult to lead a decent life. A notice from a village officer reveals that he has a five-acre plot in his native village. Ramu then heads home to sell off this land to get some funds to purchase an auto-rickshaw.
He meets a beautiful girl Aparna in the train. Aparna happens to be the daughter of a big faction leader Ramineedu, whose brother was killed by Ramu's father many years ago in a factional feud.
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