Here is Sunil’s Ungarala Rambabu Movie Review :
Sunil has considerable mass following. Thanks to his stint as comedian, he turned to lead roles and proved his mettle. He teamed up with Kranthi Madhav for Ungarala Rambabu. The film has garnered good buzz and expected to be Sunil’s comeback film. Without further delay, check out our verdict of the film.
Story : Rambabu (Sunil) is born with a silver spoon in mouth. His grandfather owns 200 crore property. After his death, troubles start for Sunil. Then he meets Badam Baba (Posani) who tells Rambabu that a big fortune is waiting for him. He was told to plant a Badam plant and Rambabu finds Rs 200 crore worth gold in the land. This turns his life. He opens his own travels company.
And then Savitri (Mia George) joins as Rambabu’s manager in his company. Badam Baba tells Rambabu to get married to a lucky girl. Rambabu learns that Savitri has good horoscope and starts loving her. Savitri tells Rambabu that her decision depends on her father’s approval. What comes in between Rambabu and Savitri? Whose gold it was?
Sunil is in his best form. He is at complete ease. Be it comedy or action or drama, he delivers best. Mia George is so good. Be it acting or looks, she simply nails it. Posani, as usual, tickles the funnybones. Prakash Raj as Communist leader Ranga Nair has delivered a pitch-perfect performance. The film’s performances are flawless as director Kranthi recruited best cast. Acting-wise, there is nothing to complain.
Kranthi Madhav’s direction
Few unwanted scenes
Kranthi Madhav has made some sensible films such as Malli Malli Idi Rani Roju, Onamalu. His collaboration with a commercial hero Suneel is what surprises many. Living up to all the hype, Kranthi and Sunil delivered what audiences expect from them.
Ungarala Rambabu is a nice package. While the first half relies on light-vein comedy, the second half gets into the story. The issues of farmers have been rightly highlighted. The emotional scenes tug at heartstrings, especially the scenes involving Ranga Nair (Prakash Raj). However, a few unwanted scenes in the film could have been avoided. Barring this, the film is fun to watch.
Ungarala Rambabu is Entertaining!