Ramarao on Duty Review and Rating

Ramarao on Duty Review and Rating

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Ravi Teja’s latest film Ramarao On Duty has hit the screens all over the world this Friday (July 29). Touted as an action-thriller, the movie is directed by Sarath Mandava. Ravi Teja will be seen as Deputy Collector B Ramarao in the film. The movie has Venu Thottempudi, Divyansha Kaushik, and Rajisha Vijayan in the main lead roles along with Ravi Teja. 

Rating: 2/5 Site: Telugu360

‘Ramarao on Duty’ film is a wasted effort with a reasonably good premise. Mass star Raviteja didn’t fit in Ramarao character. A forgettable film akin to recent Tollywood movies. 

Rating: 2/5 Site: Greatandhra

All in all, “Ramarao On Duty ” is neither a mass film nor a classy take. The attempt to tell a serious (?) story with mass Maharaja Ravi Teja backfires, mainly due to the unengaging narration. Generally, there is a widespread opinion that the employees in government offices sleep while on duty. Probably to do justice to that opinion, the director made the audience sleep while watching this film. 

Rating: 2.25/5 Site: 123telugu

On the whole, Ramarao on Duty is an outdated, boring and emotionless action drama which fails to entertain. The film is lengthy and has a very dull screenplay and makes the audience get frustrated. Apart from Ravi Teja‘s sincere performance, this film has absolutely nothing new to offer.

Rating: 2.25/5 Site: Gulte

Rama Rao On Duty fails to entertain in any way. It is already a half-baked thriller and the commercial highlights make it poorer. The audience may not be able to feel the punch and thrill of the riddle, not even once. On whole, Rama Rao completely disappoints with his duty.

Ramarao On Duty Screens

Ramarao On Duty is scheduled to open in 850 to 980 theatres across the globe, with the majority in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana which will have about 450 theatres.

Ramarao On Duty Pre Release Business

From satellite, OTT, music and et al, Rama Rao On Duty has reportedly garnered nearly Rs 18 Crore, before its theatrical release.


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