Review: Disco Raja
Run Time: 2 hours 29 minutes
Cast: Ravi Teja, Nabhanatesh, Payal Rajput, Bobby Simha, Sunil, Satya, Vennela Kishore, Tanya Hope
Cinematography: Karthik Ghattamani
Words: Abburi Ravi
Producer: Ram Talururi
Writing and Directed by VI Anand
Release Date: January 24,2020
A young team trekking to Ladakh can find a dead body in minus 75 degrees. A senior scientist doing life-saving research for the dead body. The body performs the experiment on this body. Their family is looking for Vasu (Ravi Teja) to be missing. The body that comes to life is not the past. After many attempts, he remembers his past. But unlike Vasu, other memories will mark him. Who is it for? What is the story of his relationship with himself?
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This is a tailor-made character for Ravi Teja. As usual, he was churning out with Full Energetic Performance. Nabanatesh is seen more in Faustaf. Well done. Payal Rajput seems far-fetched. Bobby Simha plays another Don. Tanya Hope the Small Roll. Sunil has got a good role. Satya and Vennela Kishore comedy performed well.
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The film is technically rich. Kartik Cinematography is the highlight. Taman has become an asset for music. The songs are good. Taman dusts the background score. Artwork Superb. Art director Nagendra succeeds in creating a retro style. The money the producer put in was seen on screen. Abburi Ravi's words are good.
Disco Raja Regular Commercial Entertainer seems a bit new. Director VI Anand's point is that it is new... It is difficult to completely present it. The way the movie starts is impressive. Good High Comes With Pre Interval Episode. The episode was very well designed to remind the hero of the past. The music and action scene is well ripe.
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The second routine, however, starts boring with a flashback. The director's story here is very poorly made. Ravi Teja looks to save with his energy but again the climax is disappointing as the same goes. Ravi Teja Mark Entertainment, Technical Values, and Music as Oral can be tried once. But those who have done most of the work will be disappointed.