OVERVIEW: Vinaya Vidheya Rama is the story of four brothers who are orphans. Ram Konidela (Ram Charan) is quite protective and is concerned about his family. One of his brother (Prashanth) is an Election Officer and the family moves to Bihar. Things change completely after this and Vinaya Vidheya Rama is all about Ram Konidela’s take on the goons for his family.
REVIEW: Ram Charan has delivered award worthy performance. He has done commendable job and his way of uttering dialogues, action sequences and body languages are terrific. Kiara Advani grabbed the attention of audiences by her glamour but she got limited screen space. Though Kiara gets decent role but more is expected from her than just looking good. Vivek Oberoi is superb. Mukesh Rishi, Aryan Rajesh, Mahesh Manjrekar, Priyadarshini Ram and others performed accordingly.
Boyapati Sreenu is known for making perfect masala potboilers, but his direction goes awry in this one. He is definitely not at his best while penning the script for VVR. He couldn’t write a decent plot around the action scenes. He made sure to have every emotion in the narrative, but none could make an impact due to poor writing and execution.
Devi Sri Prasad’s music is mediocre at best. Not even one song is catchy and the background score leaves a lot to be desired. Cinematography is okay and the dialogue could have been better. Editing is clumsy. Production values are grand. The film is made on a high budget in eye catching locations.
Final verdict of the film is Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a typical Boyapati film with his trademark elevation scenes and fights. The only difference here is that Charan is showcased in a new manner but the story and treatment remind you of the same old Boyapati films in the past. The film is clearly made for the masses and fans and will only please them.