Nela Ticket Movie Review

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Release date : May 25, 2018
Starring : Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma, Jagapati Babu
Director : Kalyan Krishna
Producer : Ram Talluri
Music Director : Shakthi Kanth Karthick

Mass Maharaja, Ravi Teja is back with yet another commercial entertainer titled Nela Ticket. Directed by the talented Kalyan Krishna, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how the film turns out to be.

Story:

Nela Ticket(Ravi Teja) is an orphan who helps the needy with their problems. One fine day, during a small issue, he beats up the goons of home minister Aditya Bhupati(Jagapathi Babu). This small fight leads to a major tussle between the two and things become even more serious with a revelation of a flashback episode between both Jagapathi Babu and Ravi Teja. Well, what is that flashback and how does Ravi Teja dethrone Jagapathi Babu forms the rest of the story.

Plus Points :

As in every film, Ravi Teja gives his best in his role. His comedy timing, aggression and body language have been nicely used by director Kalyan Krishna. But the best of the lot is Jagapathi Babu who once again brings a depth to the film with his ferocious performance. If not for JB things would have looked even worse for the film. Jagapathi is impressive as the corrupt minister and holds the film whenever he appears on the screen.

The interval bang where the flashback is revealed is just about okay. Anchor Kaumudi gets a meaty role and she does a decent job in her emotional character. A major chasing scene in the second half has been executed quite well.

Minus Points:

The film completely falters at the script level itself. Though the key points are joined well at the end, the way they are brought into the plot look logicless. Too many loopholes are clearly visible in the proceedings right throughout the film.

Yet another drawback of the film is that it is painfully long. There was no need to stretch the plot to such extent in both the halves. After a point in time in the first half, you get so irritated to see the first half never coming to an end. The selection of heroine is pathetic as there is absolutely no chemistry between the lead pair and they don’t look good as a pair.

The second half of the film is even more horrible with subplots coming in one after the other. Unnecessary melodrama, over action by the artists, become the core point here and make you look at the exit door at once. The emotions showcased in the second half are completely forced with 80’s theme of story telling.

Technical Aspects:

Production values of the film are just about okay as unnecessary money has been spent on scenes which were not at all useful for the film. Background score is just about okay but the music by Shaktikanth is one of the worse in recent times. Not even one song is decent and bores you completely. The camerawork is decent as it shows some fights in a decent light. Dialogues are okay but the editing was pathetic as at least half an hour of the film could have been chopped off.

Coming to the director Kalyan Krishna, it is very surprising to see a man who made films like Soggade and Rarandoi make such a bad film like this. Kalyan Krishna said in an interview that this script was locked four years back and he was correct because the film now looks outdated with his illogical narration. Except for some emotions which showcase the senior citizens, not even a single episode in the film makes sense. Such is the disappointing work that has been done by the director.

Verdict:

Trying to make a commercial entertainer with a routine story is nothing wrong but the narration should at least be interesting and fun. Sadly, that is not the case with Nela Ticket as it is a botched up and outdated commercial drama which has nothing going its way. Except for Ravi Teja’s sincere performance, this film is logicless, lengthy, and has no entertainment at all. You and can happily ignored the film this weekend and look for something else.

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  • After a heavy duty fight sequence followed by a lengthy dialogue war between the hero and villain the film comes to an end. Movie Done. Keep watching telugunow.com for complete review

  • As the film is heading towards climax, the last and final song in the album Namaste is on now

  • A political game scene where JB is trying to emerge as the CM is going on now

  • A few funny scenes are going on between Ravi Teja and JB’s gang…

  • Flashback completed and now yet another twist regarding Sampath’s role is revealed…

  • The film went back to quick flashback and now the film’s main theme song Chuttu Janam is playing with some crucial montage scenes showcased in the background…

  • Ravi Teja is now trying to save the journalist, who is focusing on the grey shades of JB…a few intense emotional scenes are on now

  • Now its time for title track Nela Ticket…

  • A few funny scenes are going on between Ravi Teaja, Raghubabu and Posani…

  • A few funny scenes are going on between Ravi Teaja, Raghubabu and Posani…

  • Flashback done. Now Ravi Teja has started his action plan against JB

  • Post interval the film went back to flashback…a few childhood scenes featuring Jagapathi Babu are going on

  • With a small twist in the tale the film comes halfway…break now

  • A series of serious political scenes followed by a racy highway chase sequence is going on

  • After a small fight now its time for yet another song Love You Love You…

  • A few more funny scenes are on between Ravi Teja, Prudhvi and LB Sriram

  • Scene shifts to a medical college…heroine is showcased as a medico and Ravi Teja is trying to impress her…a typical comedy track is on now

  • Ravi Teja started social service in Hyderabad…he is giving his extended support to helpless old age people…a few scenes related to it are going on

  • Ace comedian Brahmanandam and Prudhvi make an entry now…Priyadarshi also come into scene as hero’s friend

  • Ravi Teja falls for Malvika at the very first sight and the proceedings lead to a dream song Bijili…

  • Ravi Teja shifts to Hyderabad from Vizag…now its time for heroine Malvika Sharma’s entry in railway station

  • A few funny court scenes are going on between hero and his friends gang…

  • Now its time for the first song O sari Try Chei…a message oriented song canned on the streets of Vizag and elevates hero’s character

  • Here comes Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja makes a simple entry in Visakhapatnam…Ali and Praveen join the scene as Ravi Teja’s friends…now a funny fight scene is going on

  • Jagapathi Babu makes an entry as an aggressive politician…a few introduction scenes are on now

  • Film opens with a political meeting episode…senior actor Sarath Babu and Subbaraju come into scene

  • Hi the film has just started and its runtime is 166 minutes…

  Release date : May 25, 2018 Starring : Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma, Jagapati Babu Director : Kalyan Krishna Producer : Ram Talluri Music Director : Shakthi Kanth Karthick Mass Maharaja, Ravi Teja is back with yet another commercial entertainer titled Nela Ticket. Directed by the talented Kalyan Krishna, this film has hit the screens today. Let’s see how the film turns out to be. Story: Nela Ticket(Ravi Teja) is an orphan who helps the needy with their problems. One fine day, during a small issue, he beats up the goons of home minister Aditya Bhupati(Jagapathi Babu). This small fight leads to a major tussle between the two and things become even more serious with a revelation of a flashback episode between both Jagapathi Babu and Ravi Teja. Well, what is that flashback and how does Ravi Teja dethrone Jagapathi Babu forms the rest of the story. Plus Points : As in every film, Ravi Teja gives his best in his role. His comedy timing, aggression and body language have been nicely used by director Kalyan Krishna. But the best of the lot is Jagapathi Babu who once again brings a depth to the film with his ferocious performance. If not for JB things would have looked even worse for the film. Jagapathi is impressive as the corrupt minister and holds the film whenever he appears on the screen. The interval bang where the flashback is revealed is just about okay. Anchor Kaumudi gets a meaty role and she does a decent job in her emotional character. A major chasing scene in the second half has been executed quite well. Minus Points: The film completely falters at the script level itself. Though the key points are joined well at the end, the way they are brought into the plot look logicless. Too many loopholes are clearly visible in the proceedings right throughout the film. Yet another drawback of the film is that it is painfully long. There was no need to stretch the plot to such extent in both the halves. After a point in time in the first half, you get so irritated to see the first half never coming to an end. The selection of heroine is pathetic as there is absolutely no chemistry between the lead pair and they don’t look good as a pair. The second half of the film is even more horrible with subplots coming in one after the other. Unnecessary melodrama, over action by the artists, become the core point here and make you look at the exit door at once. The emotions showcased in the second half are completely forced with 80’s theme of story telling. Technical Aspects: Production values of the film are just about okay as unnecessary money has been spent on scenes which were not at all useful for the film. Background score is just about okay but the music by Shaktikanth is one of the worse in recent times. Not even one song is decent and bores you…

Nela Ticket Review

Story Screenplay - 2.25
Star Cast Performances - 3.25
Technicalities - 2.25
Direction - 2.5

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Nela Ticket Review

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