Ramayya Vastavayya Review

Movie: Ramayya Vastavayya

Starring: NTR, Samantha, Sruthihasan, Mukesh Rishi, Kota, Ravi Shankar etc..

Director:  Harish Sankar

Music: SS Thaman

Producer: Dil Raju

A1 Star NTR’s most anticipated movie “Ramayya Vastavayya” released worldwide today with a grand launch. Samantha and Sruthi Hasan are played female leads opposite to NTR. Harish Sankar and Dil Raju are come with RV after scored a Blockbuster’s respectively Gabbar Singh, SVSC. Accordingly all eyes on this Blockbuster combo; will they reached the expectation?


Nandu (NTR) is a college student who travels with friends. Akanksha (Samantha) is the daughter of Naga Bbhusanam (Mukesh Rishi). Nandu (NTR) falls in love with Akanksha (Samantha) at first look and afterwards he plays some twits and tricks gets close to Akanksha. Nandu travels with Akanksha for attending her sister’s marriage. Meanwhile, Akanksha’s father Naga Bhusanam (Mukesh Rishi) faces problems with unknown people and Nandu gives promises to save Akanksha’s family.  Here comes a shocking twist takes place. What is that twist and what happens next is to be watched on the silver screen?


  •  NTR introduction superb
  • A1 Star NTR‘s new look and his action in first half of the film.
  • Samantha Cute looks.
  • “Arundhathi” Ravi Shankar’s dialogue delivery and performance
  • One line dialogues and comedy scenes in first half


  •  Weak story line
  • Dragging second half
  • Worst background music and only Jabilli song background score in 2nd half even the song in Ranarangam
  • Heavy dose of Action sequences

Final Cut: Ramayya Emi Cheppavayya..?

Cineforest Rating: 2.75/5


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