Nela Ticket Review
Telugu360 Rating 1.5/5
Ravi Teja, who is an orphan finds happiness in helping the needy people around him. Home minister Aditya Bhupati (Jagapati Babu) is a corrupt guy who wants to earn unlimited money. Aditya kills his own father because he is spending lot of money on charity works. Investigating the murder mystery, TV reporter receives life threatening injuries.
Raviteja takes up smaller social issues of neighbors, to resolve works with government and private officials In that process, he confronts with Jagapati babu.
Rest of the story deals with how Jagapati babu handles Raviteja, what is the relation between them etc.
Energetic Raviteja’s performance has been limited because of poor characterization. He could not deliver his core elements. Heroine Malvika Sharma is too young to cast opposite Raviteja, looks wise adequate in an insignificant role. Jagapathibabu as the main villain is good appearance physically but characterization lacks power. Sharat babu played a short special role. Posani, JP, Prudhvi, Brahmanandam are wasted. Subba Raju as Jagapatibabu’s brother has got comedy role
Director Kalyan Krishna had intended to do a message-oriented film with mass elements. But his inability in dealing this genre had resulted to a preachy, redundant scenes filled , insipid movie.
Raviteja character can be summarized by a dialogue he uses frequently in this film : “ Chuttu janam , Madhyalo manam “.
The film starts off in Vizag shifts to hyderabad, as it progresses get dragged beyond limit. Brahmanandam , JP like comedians are wasted. There are many illogical scenes about politics , a minimum background work would have been better.
All songs are major speed breakers. Production values are adequate , action sequence at interval stands out for lavis
- Theme of the film “Pursue happiness by helping others “is good
- Hero RaviTeja
- Interval Chase sequence
- 1970s story line, Pathetic execution
- All songs are bad on screen
- Lack of effective characterization for any role
- No connect between scenes, illogical plot
- No entertainment
Nela Ticket can be termed as the most absurd big hero film in recent years. Director Kalyan Krishna tests patience right from the word go, headache levels increase as the film progresses. With its 1970’s theme, Nela ticket fails to cash in Raviteja’s presence. You can Stay Away from this disastrous film
Telugu360 Rating 1.5/5
Release Date : 25th May, 2018
Director : Kalyan Krishna
Music Director : Shakthikanth Karthick
Choreography : Mukesh
Producer : Ram Talluri
Starring : Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma