Ram Charan portrays the role of Ram Konidela and he has done his part pretty well. The actor's macho looks and performance in the mass and action sequences are sure ti turn out to be a big treat for the fans.
Boyapati Sreenu has tried to add in freshness by taking the tale of brothers who in a different way. The emotional elements have worked out well and even the storyline is neatly set up, despite being cliched. But, the screenplay of the film falters with proceedings turning out to be predictable.
Overall, Vinaya Vidheya Rama is an action feast but the movie fails to connect with the audiences because of the over-dependance on the same.
On the whole, Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a typical Boyapati film with his trademark elevation scenes and fights. So, keep your expectations in check as you exactly know what is coming your way.
In one line – it is totally bad from the beginning to end, with illogical sequences, loud and disturbing scenes. Ram Charan said that he got “excited” with the “story” of this movie. Where is the story, Mr Ram Charan?
Boyapati Sreenu at the helm can ensure a commercially viable film, but not all the time. Even he could go wrong with his formula and Vinaya Vidheya Rama is a proof for it. Sad to see Ram Charan picking a lacklustre film like this one after rediscovering himself as an actor with Rangasthalam. Not even festive season could save this dud