Rama Rama Krishna Krishna Review
Ram was quite selective in choosing stories. He used to give an energetic performance and had caught the pulse of youth and mass audiences. He was able to mesmerise them as his films like ‘Ready’, ‘Maska’ and ‘Ganesh Just Ganesh’ fared well at the Box Office.
Srivas made his debut with ‘Lakshyam’ and grabbed an opportunity to join hands with successful producer Dil Raju for ‘Rama Rama Krishna Krishna’. The director penned a story of a youth who had a multi-faceted personality, naughty and at the same time quite rough. Though the story is run-of-the-mill, it is an okay film and had all the ingredients for mass appeal.
Ramakrishna (Ram) is the younger son of Gandhipuram sarpanch (Nazar). He respects his father and his ideals like Rama and at the same time he is mischievous like Krishna and roughs up those who commit mistakes. His elder brother is studying medicine in the city. In their village there is a rice mill owned by Ashok (Arjun). He has two sisters. His elder sister also studying medicine in the same college, where Ramakrishna’s brother is studying.