Ram Charan grows up along with his four orphan brothers. He goes to any extent to safeguard his family members. His brother comes across a dreaded villain RajaBhai (Munna). How Ram Charan takes on him and saves his family forms the rest of the story
Ram Charan is back with a commercial entertainer this time and he looks so good in his massy avatar. He looked stunning with his toned body in the action episodes. His dances are a treat to watch as usual. Vivek Oberoi as the baddie is good in his role. Kiara Advani looks hot and she only has a limited role to play and she does her part well. There are many actors in other roles but none of them get a meaty role. Its only Prashanth and Sneha who get decent scenes and they do their part well rest others were okay.
Music by Devi Sri Prasad has already received mixed reports and its no different on screen. Except for a couple of songs he disappoints us with his BGM too. Screen play is horrible as many scenes lacked conviction. Editing could have been a lot better. Cinematography is OK. Production values are grand and the movie has been shot in beautiful locations.
When Mass meets Mass its supposed to be Massive but Boyapati Sreenu disappoints us to the core with his half baked script, lackluster screenplay, and illogical screens. He is at his elements in a couple of elevation scenes with high-intensity dialogues to match the heroism. Interval bang was good and it's all downhill from there till the end. Action episodes look over the top with unnecessary cinematic liberties. The writing lacked conviction and all the characters lacked proper characterization.
A couple of action sequences
Vinaya Vidheya Rama which released with a lot of expectations ends on a highly disappointing note. Ramcharan tries too hard in a poorly written and executed role and setup. Fans can give it a try and watch once it but the rest can stay away. It is highly disappointing to see Charan in Vinaya Vidheya Rama after Dhruva and Rangasthalam