Masala Review

Cineforest Rating: 3.25/5

Starring: Venkatesh, Ram, Anjali, Shazahn Padamsee

Director: K. Vijaya Bhaskar

Producer: Daggubati Suresh Babu

Music Director: S.S. Thaman

Release date: 14 November 2013


Story: Balaram (Venkatesh) is a good hearted strongman of the village of Bheemarajapuram. He is fair towards every one and takes care of their needs. But one thing that Balaram cannot tolerate is when a person start lying .if he finds someone lying, Balaram gets in some severe punishment to the layer.


Rehman (Ram) who lives in Hyderabad with his sister Sania (Anjali) and they lose their ancestral property in a civil case.  Their well-wisher and family friend MS Narayana, advices and convinces them to move to his place Bheema Rajavaram where he assures Rehaman for a job under his boss Balaram (venkatesh).


Rehman falls in the eyes of Balram as a good one during a brave act and changes his name to ram and gets himself introduced to Balaam.


However, Balaram catches Rahman while he is offering Namaz and asks him for an explanation. In order to get out of trouble Rahman lies that he has a younger brother named Rahman.  This Rahman character is portrayed as a gay and Balaram assigns him a task of teaching dance classes to his sister (Shazahn Padamsee).


As expected when Balaram comes to know the truth about Rehaman is revealed. Will he forgive Rahman? Or what action has been taken on him has to be seen only on the celluloid.


Final Cut: Mass Masala entertainer


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