Venky Mama Review!!!

Venky Mama Review!!!

The uncle-nephew duo Victory Venkatesh and Naga Chaitanya joined for multistarrer for the first time. Directed by commercial director K. S.

8 months ago | By Harsha Pagilla

The uncle-nephew duo Victory Venkatesh and Naga Chaitanya joined for multistarrer for the first time. Directed by commercial director K. S. Ravindra(Bobby) and Produced by Suresh Babu under their home banner Suresh Productions. Raashi Khanna is playing the love interest of Naga Chaitanya and Payal Rajput is playing alongside with Venkatesh. Thaman composed music for the movie. Venky Mama released today in theatres worldwide, does it meet the expectations of Telugu audience? Let us see...


Story: Rama Narayana (Nassar) is a respected head in the village, who also is a great astrologer. He believes in destiny. According to him, his grandson Karthik (Naga Chaitanya), will bring death to their parents within one year. With no parents, Uncle Ratnam takes care of Karthik from childhood as a father. However, all of a sudden Karthik leaves Venkat Ratnam? Why did he leave? What does Rama Narayana's fear is what the movie is all about?


Review: The first of the story is all set up in the village backdrop with Venky mark entertainment and Naga Chaitanya adding oil to the fire. The chemistry between the uncle-nephew duo worked out fantastically. The pattern of the film was pretty boring, mixing the same old Telugu movie sentiment with fights and songs makes the film a bit annoying. Some of the comedy scenes worked out fine but the humor in the film is downright crass, and not for a moment does it even force a chuckle out of you. To be frank it is a one-man show from our Venky Mama but Chaitanya impresses in some of the scenes. The cringy emotional scenes dragged back the screenplay a little bit. 


The second half continues its lack of pace in the story, the Kashmir visuals look amazing but there's nothing really going for it. The main flaw in the movie was the writing, it was poorly written with logic-less scenes. The good news in the second half is the big mass number and the incredibly short length. Venky Mama could have been a decent watch for the first half and the ‘Mama-Alludu’ pair, despite its routine content. But, the second half plays spoilsports. Director Bobby failed to deliver a good cinema with huge star cast contributions wasted its charm.


Coming to individual performances, as usual, Venky nailed his performance in every scene be it comedy action or sentimental. Coming to Naga Chaitanya he was kind of a supporting role in the movie rather than a hero. But the chemistry between these duo makes Venky Mama worth a watch. Raashi Khanna and Payal Rajut don't have enough screen time to judge their performances but their glamour added a flavor to the movie in songs. Background score did a good job to keep the audience connect to the story thanks to Thaman for his music. 


Overall Venky Mama should've been a great movie if they would've concentrated more on a story rather than foolish mass masala entertainer. It seems a wasted opportunity but if you are a fan or looking to kill two and a half hours go for it.



Reviewed By: Harsha Pagilla

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