Nela Ticket Review:
Movie: Nela Ticket
Director : Kalyan Krishna Kaurasala
Producer : Ram Talluri: Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma
Production company: SRT Entertainments
Music Director : Shakthi Kanth Karthick
Cast: Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma, Jagapathi Babu
Release Date: 25th May 2018
Nela Ticket Review: Nela Ticket starring Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja, written and directed by Kalyan Krishna Kurasala and bankrolled by Ram Talluri under the banner SRT Entertainments, has hit the theaters today. Malvika Sharma is making her debut in the Telugu film industry with this action and romantic entertainer. The film has the music by ‘Fidaa’ fame Shakti Kanth. Let’s see the story line:
Nela Ticket Story: Ravi Teja is an orphan who loves to help the needy people and also ensures them look after their parents. Home Minister Aditya Bhupati (Jagapathi Babu) is a corrupt guy who kills his own father and senior politician Sarath Babu, who used to spent lot of his money on charity work. Powerful Home Minister Aditya Bhupati wants to become Chief Minister by buying MLAs. On the other side, Ravi Teja who tries to solve the problem of common people, confronts with Aditya Bhupati (Jagapathi Babu). What happens next, form the rest of the story.
- Ravi Teja
- Interval bang
- Illogical scenes
Performance: Ravi Teja is perfect for the role. He is highly energetic with his body language, expressions and dialogue delivery. Malvika Sharma is cute and she is looking at her best in this movie. The performance of Jagapathi Babu as villain is superb. The character of Subba Raju as Jagapathi Babu’s brother provides a bit of comic relief. Posani, Surekha Vani, Subbaraju, Ajay, Prudhvi, JP and Brahmanandam performed accordingly.
Technical: The storyline of the film is solid and screenplay is engaging. Kalyan Krishna Kaurasala has succeeded in getting the emotions right and his stylish making skills help the film to look slick. He builds up the momentum and giving a twist towards interval. There are few moments in the movie where you feel that it’s being dragged. But the screenplay twists makes you get hooked to it. The dialogues are good. The Cinematography by Mukesh G is of top notch. The music by Shakthi Kanth Karthick are okay. Background music creates an impact. Production values by SRT Entertainments are good. Editing by Chota K. Prasad is nice.
Analysis: Plus points of the film are Ravi Teja’s superb energetic performance, dialogues and Interval chase sequence. On the flipside, few illogical scenes about politics and songs dilute pace of the film. On a whole, Nela Ticket is a Ravi Teja’s entertainment masala movie.