Actor Venkatesh Daggubati, Naga Chaitanya, Raashi Khanna, Payal Rajput Starring Venky Mama hits the theaters today and Venky Mama Movie Review and Ratings has received a positive talk from the audience around the world. Venky Mama Movie is Directed by KS Ravindra, the film’s plot centers around the relationship shared by an uncle and nephew. Since the two stars share this relationship in real-life as well, it will be interesting to see how that relationship translates on screen. Let’s see Venky Mama Movie Review and Rating, Story, Verdict, Hit or Flop, Public Talk below:
Venkataratnam Naidu (Venkatesh), a bigshot in his village raises his nephew Karthik (Naga Chaithanya) after an accident kills his sister and brother-in-law. Venky’s father Ram Narayana (Nassar) is superstitious and does not like Karthik because of ‘Sri Krishna Amsa’ in Karthik’s horoscope. This horoscope issue is a cause of constant conflict in Venky’s house but always stands by his nephew.
Karthik and Venky live jolly life until Karthik joins the army without Venky’s consent. Venky reaches Kashmir to find his whereabouts. The rest of the story reveals the reasons behind Karthik’s decision to join the army along with parallel love tracks for both the protagonists with Vennela (Payal Rajput) and Harika (Rashi Kanna).
Venky Mama is a typical rural backdrop story topped with Venky’s unique mannerisms. The first half has no high moments but offers adequate time pass with some humor here and there. Bonding scenes between Venky Mama and Karthik are good. The director banks heavily on Venkatesh’s image with scenes included to suit him, but this hurts Naga Chaitanya’s Karthik characterization. (Venky Mama Full Movie)
In the second half, after the narration shifts from rural setup to army backdrop, things start to go haywire. The scenes showing the Indian army battle the neighboring country terrorist groups, Venkatesh impersonating a dreaded terrorist leader, etc.. are laughable. An as a good amount of budget was spent on these episodes, one would expect these scenes to be better scripted.
Venkatesh carries this film on his shoulders as much as he could. The character suits his age, his vintage histrionics are put to good use. Naga Chaitanya has done decent work, but his character is not well contemplated in the script. Rashi Khanna as MLA’s daughter has done the required job with no complaints. She is looking good in this film. Payal Rajput, as school teacher Vennela, has got the routine track for village films. Rao Ramesh, Prakash Raj, and Nassar’s roles do not have not much scope to excel.
Venky Mama’s first half is watchable, the second half goes haywire with over the top army episodes and old school sentiments. Overall, Venky Mama aims at the rural audience and is a partial success at that.
Venky Mama Movie Rating: 3/5.