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Ram’s show with Karunakaran’s touch

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Ram is a happy-go-lucky person. He is not bothered about anything and doesn’t take life seriously. It seems that he is visiting Paris (wonderful presentation of Paris Vineyards is very appreciable) on an official business tour. But he very soon realizes that his father (Siyaji Shinde) has sent him to teach the lessons of the life.

The Indian Ambassador (Suman) to France is very possessive and protective about his daughter Sravanthi (Tamannah). Her father takes care of her very well but she doesn’t enjoy much freedom. She is a girl who wants to enjoy life to the fullest. She chances upon Ram and seeks his help to slip away from her father’s security and fly to India. The film takes an interesting turn. The story shifts to India and how everything moves to “a happy ending”, is the crux of the entire film.

Cast: 

Ram, Tammannah, Sayaji Shinde, Kona Venkat, Suman and others

Director:
A Karunakaran

Producer:
Sravanthi Ravikishore

Music:
G V Prakash Kumar

Cinematography:
I Andrew

Story Review : 

The tag of Energetic Star that appears in the title cards has been completely justified by Ram. He carries the film with ease and his performance is more matured.  His dances are a delight to watch and he has given his 100% for this film. Tammannah is apt in the role and looks, as usual, beautiful. Anu Hassan and Rishi of A Film by Arvind fame take major credits for their roles. Surprising as well as disappointing was Kona Venkat. His performance was bad and a wasted effort. It is much better if he sticks to his profession!

Cinematography by Andrew is very impressive. Editing is apt and nothing extraordinary to talk about. The major disappointment comes from music department. Could have been better, but a failed effort from GV Prakash.

 The film which has some twists in its plot fails to thrill the audience due to its slow paced narration. The first half of the film is interesting and we are promised of a wonderful fare ahead, but somewhere the director gets lost and ends up churning up a stale second half and dull climax which could seriously affect the prospects of the film.

After Kandireega, Ram had established himself as an energetic hero and Endukante Premanta has a lot to live upto. But with slow narrative style and boring moments, this film may not match up to his earlier hit. If only the youngsters enjoy the slow pace then it is sure to be another hit for Ram and Karunakaran.