copyrightRuler Movie Review - Movierulz
Release Date: December 20, 2019
3Movierulz.in : Rating: 2.5 / 5
Cast: Balakrishna, vedhika, Sonal Chauhan, Prakash Raj, Jayasudha, Bhumika, Saptagiri, Sayaji Shinde etc.
Directed by: KS Ravikumar
Producers: C Kalyan
Music: Chiranthan Bhatt
Cinematographer: Ram Prasad
Editor: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao-Patsha Nagaraja
The film is directed by Ravikumar natasinha 105 Balakrishna starrer 'ruler'. The film stars Sonal Chauhan and the stage heroines. The film was released today. Let's go back to the review to see how well the film has entertained the audience.
Jayasudha (Sarojini Prasad) is a big IT business magnate. She is, however, rescued from the sight of a life-threatening boy. Forgetting the past, turning him into his son, Arjun Prasad, is being sent to America as a businessman. Arjun Prasad (Balayya) puts her company in number one position. In the process of restarting a project that had been started by his company in Uttar Pradesh. With that, Arjun Prasad targets those who insulted his mother and beats them. However, some unexpected characters come into his life. All the people there call him Dharma and tell him about Police Officer Dharma. Who is this Dharma? What is the relationship of Dharma to Niranjana (Bhumika)? What is the Original Police Officer Dharma Past? What did he fight for? If you want to know such things on the silver screen.
The film, which comes in the action-back drop, is interesting in some scenes with the powerful action and emotional elements. As well as the interval bang and the climax of the film, some scenes are entertaining. The main features of the film are Balayya's stylish look and action sequences, peasant background and role-playing track, Balaya dance and some dialogues.
Balayya New Look as Very Stylish Business Men He has always played the role of a Powerful Police Officer. He is particularly impressed with his acting as well as his dancing, showing variations in his performance to suit his role. His performance in certain action scenes is a highlight of the film. Prakash Raj, Bhoomika and Jayasudha have performed well in other key roles.
Sonal Chugan's stage appearance as heroines is impressive with their glamor. As well as the rest of the cast appearing in other roles, their performance is impressive.
Director KS Ravikumar's concept and some action sequences are good. Some scenes in the secondhand are unnecessary. The tracks set to the main characters of the film do not seem to be effective. Also, the comedy scenes in the first half and the scene between the heroine and the heroine in the second half are boring. Okay, Love Scenes are supposed to put them .. Love or Comedy in those Scenes No Workout.
The second half is slower, the audience misses elements of all genres in the film, and the poor narrative and pre-climax stretches of the film are minus points. In addition to this, there is a lot of drama in the scenes and the naturalness of the story is lacking. The director is also very cinematic, with many crucial scenes.
The scribe was impressed with the take, but in terms of the script, it was a complete failure. If he had paid more attention to the script, the movie Out Foot would have been different. Also, the look of Balamaya's Dharma character is not an original set.
When it comes to technology, Ram Prasad, who worked as a cameraman for the film, is the highlight of the cinematography. His performance in some action scenes is great. Background music provided by music director Chirantan Bhatt is just okay. Songs are also not completely catchy. Editorial work is down to the cinema. Production volumes by producer C Kalyan are very good. The director had a good storyline, but the storyline was not able to write exciting stories. He should have paid more attention to the script.
Nattasimha Nandamuri Balakrishna's hero, this action entertainer with some action and emotional scenes is sometimes interesting. However, Balayya's performance and his stylish look is a special attraction. But the director's story, the lack of screenplay intrigue, some key scenes are boring, as well as a lot of drama in the scenes. Overall, the movie is likely to appeal to fans of Balayya and action movies. However, the film does not impress the rest of the audience.