The movie will be a positive hit, feels the producer Korrapati Sai and director Trikoti. Sana Maqbool's performance in the movie is also something to watch out for.
Overall, DCR is a one-time-watch movie, especially for youth.
On the whole, Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya is a refreshing change from the routine commercial flicks which are coming out recently. Ajay and Naga Shourya’s performance, music and some comedy episodes are basic plus. Even though this film lacks proper narration in parts, it will still make up for a decent watch this weekend.
Dikkulu Choodaku Ramayya is not avant-garde. For all the efforts to package old wine in fresh bottle, it fails to pack the punch. True, emotions are mostly under-played, melodrama doesn't go over-the-board, scenes come with brevity, but somehow it ends up looking less than normally intense and curt.
After a point, the novelty fades off as the audience realizes that if Sana were not X's muse as well, Y's weird romance with her would have seemed oldish.