RamaBanam Review: Inorganic Family Drama

RamaBanam Review: Inorganic Family Drama

Gopichand, Dimple Hayathi, Jagapathi Babu, Kushboo Sundar, Tarun Raj Arora, Nasser, Shubalekha Sudhakar, Sachin Khedekar, Kasi Vishwanath, Ali, Vennela Kishore, Sapthagiri, Satya, Get-up Srinu and others.

Director: Sriwass
Music: Mickey J Meyer
Cinematographer: Vetri Palanisamy
Producer: T.G. Vishwa Prasad under People Media Factory
Actor Gopichand and director Sriwass have come together for the third time after Lakshyam and Loukyam. Rama Banam was released on Friday (May 5). Did the duo hit the bull’s eye? Let’s check out.


Vicky (Gopichand) is a mafia don in Kolkata. He falls in love with Bhairavi (Dimple Hayati), an Youtube Vlogger. In the past, Vicky runs away from his home after a fight with his brother Rajaram (Jagapathi Babu). Before leaving for Kolkata, Vicky challenges that he would become rich and prove his brother wrong. Bhairavi brings Vicky back to his brother who is in deep trouble. Answers to what reunites the brothers, what are the troubles faced by Rajaram and how Vicky handles them for his family form the rest of the story.


Rama Banam has the best of the actors in the key roles except for the female lead Dimple Hayathi. Gopichand, as usual, did a decent job in his role. He could have improved his dancing skills a bit. Senior actors Jagapathi Babu, Shubaleka Sudhakar, and Kushubu Sundar did justice to their roles. Their presence enhanced the story. Comedy by Getup Srinu, Satya, Vennela Kishore and Ali is a big relief to the audience.

Director Sriwass gave his best but he needs to come up with better plots. The story is so predictable that the audience knew how the events would unfold right from the first half of the film.
There are dialogues and comedy that will impress the masses. The production design is rich and it can be felt on the screen. Music by Mickey J Meyer is below par his level. The only new aspect in the film is the topic – organic food- which the director chose to drive the story. Dimple Hayathi’s role is limited and she did fine.

What’s Good
Action sequences
Organic food backdrop

What’s Bad
Story Outdated script

Watch only if you are left with no choice!

Sarkar Rating: 2/5

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