Ravi Teja, who is on a roll with Bengal Tiger, Raja The Great, is back to entertain with a full-fledged mass masala film. Living up to all the hype surrounding the film, the movie directed by writer-turned-director Vikram Sirikonda appeals to hardcore masses. Raashi’s fun and glamour come in handy. Visuals are appealing, thanks to the rich production values. Without further due, read to know our complete verdict.
It is a cake walk for Ravi Teja to act as a police officer. Effortlessly, Ravi gets under the skin of the role of ACP Karthik, a tailor-made role for him. He is fully in his elements. Ravi excels in the scenes of rescuing DGP’s daughter and the foiling of riot episode in Old City.
Raashi is good. She does comedy. Seerat Kapoor, who is seen as Divya, girlfriend of ACP Karthik, revs up glam quotient. She entices audiences with her beauty. Vennela Kishore, Satyam Rajesh, Giri did a good job. Murali Sharma is impressive as Commissioner. Antagonists deliver fine performance. All others are alright.
CM Rally Episode in Old City
Rich Production Values
Few Portions in First Half
Ravi Teja has earned a sobriquet of ‘Mass Maharaj’. He has a good fan base among masses. Keeping his image and fan following, debutante director Vikram Sirikonda has delivered what is expected.
Though the film starts and moves slowly, it is the second half which picks up the pace. Post interval twist, the film moves racy. Flashback and climax episodes are good. There are several scenes where audiences clap and whistle to Ravi Teja’s performance. Ravi carries the film on his shoulders. The action scenes are shot well. The film caters to masses who have been waiting to see Ravi Teja. Music is fine. Editing is good. However, writer-turned-director Vikram should have written better scenes. Yet it is excusable. Ravi takes center stage and takes the film forward. Watch it for Ravi Teja.
Touch Chesi Chudu is a time-pass entertainer. Mass Maharaj Ravi Teja is back to entertain.