Disco Raja Telgu Movie Review
Release date : January 24, 2020
IMDB Rating : 9.4/10
Starring : Ravi Teja, Payal Rajput, Nabha Natesh, Vennela Kishore
Director : Vi Anand
Producers : Ram Talluri
Music Director : Thaman S
Cinematography : Karthik Ghattamaneni
Editers : Shravan Katikaneni
After giving back to back flops, Ravi Teja is back with a scientific thriller titled Disco Raja. Directed by V I Anand, this film has hit the screen today. Let’s see how the film is.
The film begins by displaying an exploration group that bring a dead man (Ravi Raja) alive. He is none other than Disco Raj who has a feared past highlighting Sethu (Bobby Simha). After knowing his flashback, Disco Raja begins chasing for Sethu. The remainder of the story is with respect to how Disco Raja fixes things and where do Payal Rajput and Nabha Natesh highlight in this arrangement?.
Ravi Teja is the greatest feature of the film as his presentation in two unique shades is acceptable. He particularly nails it in the retro look as his idiosyncrasies, discourse tweak, and non-verbal communication are a la mode. Tanya Hope as the researcher is really acceptable.
Payal Rajput glances delightful in the retro getup and offers great science with Ravi Teja. Sunil is the unexpected bundle as his exhibition is really amazing at last. Vennela Kishore gets a long job and he is the person who keeps the procedures exuberant more often than not.
The film has stunning camera function as Karthick Gahttamaneni makes a splendid showing in displaying the film in both the over a wide span of time zones. The film begins a noteworthy note and makes a decent interest factor making things look novel.
Last yet not the least, Bobby Simha is another feature as his negative job is acceptable. He has strong screen nearness and is an equivalent counterpart for Ravi Teja. In certain scenes he is actually, superior to Ravi Teja. Comic Satya was alright. The last bend in the peak is good.
An excess of time is taken in the flashback as the romantic tale comes as a deviation. The contention point between the scoundrel and saint isn’t at all noteworthy. In spite of the fact that the curve in the peak is acceptable, things could have additionally been overseen without that turn.
The subsequent half goes down the same number of rationales go for a hurl. The film just continues moving with no intention and makes a dull climate in the procedures. The feeling between Ravi Teja and his child is absent as things are picked up the pace.
Every one of the individuals who think there will be style highlighting Nabha Natesh and Payal, they will be frustrated as the champions are not really utilized in the film. Nabha, specifically, has just a few scenes and a melody.
As said over, the camera work is surprising. The film arrives at another level with Thaman’s strong BGM which is first rate. The melodies are likewise magnificent however they have not been set and shot well. Verses are excellent as are the exchanges. Creation esteems are great as each penny spent is appeared on screen sumptuously. The set work exhibiting the former time is astounding. Ravi Teja has been styled well.
Going to the chief Anand, he didn’t utilize the great idea. He has worked for the most part on the saint’s character and starts the film well however from that point, things become slow and dull. There are relatively few pounding scenes and the flashback is likewise moderate paced. He ought to have altered a great deal of scenes and come legitimately to the here and now zone and make things sensible. His concept of having a turn in the peak will likewise draw blended responses.
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