Right Right is the latest entry on Telugu box-office releasing 10th June. The film directed by Manu is a rom-com with elements of mystery. As per early reports it is garnering not so good reviews from viewers.
The film features Sumanth Ashwin, ‘Baahubali’ Prabhakar and Pooja Jhaveri in the lead role. The music for the film is given by JB. Produced by J Vamsi Krishna under the banner Sri Satya Entertainments.
‘Right Right’ is an official remake of Ordinary, a 2012 Malayalam super hit comedy movie. But it seems like the story fails to mark any impact on Telugu movies viewers. Its story is about a bus conductor ‘Ravi’ (played by Sumanth Ashwin) who happens to develop a bond with a female passenger during a long journey.
The twist in the film comes when one fine day Ravi was forced to drive the bus when the driver ‘Seshu’ gets too drunk and while coming back he believes he has hit someone. Who is that man? And what happens thereafter? forms the rest of the story.
2nd half – with twists just ok, songs placement is terrible🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻…. Overall below average flick from Sumanth Aswin#RightRight
— Sriram Varma (@sriramForU) June 10, 2016
The mystery in the story keeps the audience engaged otherwise its a simple film with no commercial elements added in it. The impressive performance by Sumanth Ashwin is its major highlight.
First half of the film is slow paced as director utilized it to set the characters but thats a too long time to keep the viewers waiting. If somehow you pass on that time then there is some twist in the second half which is much much better than its first half.
The climax of the story is not at all impressive and background music is also not upto the mark. The romantic tracks are also seemed misplaced and over the board. There is not a single element in the flick that we consider as ‘super’.
The Malayalam flick was also remade in Tamil language titled ‘Jannal Oram’ but failed to impress audiences. It looks like the remakes are failed to catch up with viewer’s taste and interest.
Along with Right Right another big movie that hit Telugu screens is “Okka Ammayi Thappa” and both the movies lack elements to grab audience attention so it gonna help last week’s rom-com “A Aa” to get all the attention. The film is already running with 80% occupancy in theatres.