Vinaya Vidheya Rama review


Rama (Ram Charan) is having a great bond with his four brothers who all are orphans. Rama loves his family very much and whenever if someone troubles them Rama stood first to face the trouble. One of his brother Bhuvan Kumar (Prashanth) is an IAS officer works in election commission. During by-elections, local don Pandem Parasuram (Mukesh Rushi) warns Bhuvan Kumar to lend his support but he denies to do. This makes Parasuram sick and somehow he captures Rama’s entire family. Then Rama starts taking out all the enemies then the main villain Raja Bhai (Vivek Oberoi) enters the scene and tries to stop Rama from saving his family. Why Raja Bhai enters the scene? What is the link between them? How Rama fights against the odds? Finally, how he saves his family forms the rest story.


Ram Charan did a complete mass role in the film which is like never before. His aggression in the film will be in peaks. His six pack body is shown and well utilized to elevate heroism in the film. His dance moves are as usual fantastic. Tamil actor Prashanth is good in the role of Charan’s brother, he did complete justice. Actress Sneha also did a decent emotional performance in the film. Vivek Oberoi definitely a special attraction in the film. He is so fierce in the villain role. He did a good job in the film. Kiara Advani’s role is limited and she has been used for songs only. Other actors Mukesh Rishi, Chalapathi Rao and other did decent performances in their roles.

Technical Aspects:

The production values of the film are good and DVV Danayya provided the best. Cinematography done by Rishi Punjabi and Arthur Wilson is good. Music composed by Devi Sri Prasad is a total disappointment not even single song is catchy. Even background scores are routine which sounds familiar like his other action films. Editing could have been better. Action sequences are composed and well executed in the film. Coming to the direction Boyapati did the same like in his previous films he concentrated more on showing heroism than on the story.


  • Ram Charan
  • Action episodes
  • Interval sequence


  • Routine Story
  • Same old emotional sequences
  • Music
  • Too much violence

Final Verdict:

On a whole Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a typical Boyapati film featuring huge star cast delivering heavy emotions with the routine story. Ram Charan is shown in a next level mass avatar. Apart from showing elevating heroism and action sequences film is a disappointment. Boyapati’s work is weak in this film compared to his previous films. A routine story with an overdose of violence makes this film appeal to mass audience. The first half is normal and used to elevate hero blended with action episodes. In the second half, the story starts but filled with too much violence. Overall, Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a complete mass film which will entertain fans and the mass audience. Nothing is new in the film which is quite disappointing.

Bottom Line: Routine entertainer with mass elements.