| Cast: || Sumanth Ashwin, Prabhakar, Pooja Jhaveri, Nassar, Pavani Gangireddy, Vinodh, Thagubothu Ramesh And Others|
| Directed by: || Manu |
| Produced by: || J. Vamsi Krishna |
| Music by: || J.B |
| Release date: || June 10th, 2016 |
Right Right - Story
The story begins with the introduction of the hero, Ravi (Sumanth) who is a bus conductor. He aspires to become a police officer. His bus driver is Seshu (Prabhakar Gowd). They drive their RTC bus through a remote village every day. He meets and falls in love with one of the commuters, Kalyani (Pooja). Everything seems very happy-go-lucky. Ravi proposes his love to Kalyani and she accepts it. Just when we thought that everything is going smoothly, bam comes the twist! Ravi, on a fateful day is riding the bus when it collides with a person called Deva. Deva is Nassar's son. Nassar was actually planning Deva's wedding, when he realizes that his son has gone missing. After colliding with the bus, Deva falls into a valley and a jeep driver sees this. He takes Deva to the hospital. Nassar files a case against Ravi and Prabhakar as they have killed his son. It is later revealed that it actually was not an accident, but a murder. Who reveals this secret? Why does someone want to kill Deva? Will Ravi and Prabhakar be acquitted off the charges put on him? To know the answers to these questions, one must watch Right Right!
Right Right - Star Performance
Sumanth Ashwin showcases his acting skills and comes off quite impressive in his role. Prabhakar gets a meaty role and makes use of it entirely. Pooja Jhaveri and Pavani Gangireddy manage to do their parts well. The rest of the cast are at their usual best.
Right Right - Technical Team
Though the film is made with a small budget, the production values are quite good. Music by JB is mediocre. Editing is acceptable although a few scenes and songs could have been left out. Camera work is appreciable as the locations have been showcased well. Dialogues are at par. Coming to director Manu, he does an average job for a newcomer. Although he has chosen a remake, he failed setting it up well in Telugu. The way he has narrated the proceedings, especially in the first half is very slow and a tighter screenplay could have done wonders for the film.
Right Right - Analysis
Set in the village backdrop, the movie initially moves at a very slow pace. Not serious plot of story is revealed until the interval bang. Though the twist is pretty impressive, the actors sadly could not carry it out until the end. Sumanth Ashwin and Prabhakar both do a commendable job. Nassar is as natural as ever with his acting. The heroine Pooja Jhavery was wasted in the movie with not much of a role given to her. The supporting actors do their bit well. The cinematography and the locations are shot very well. The background score is just apt, while the songs fail to make too much of an impact. The second half of the movie picks up speed when the twist in the actual plot is revealed. An overall good effort made to bring forward a nice thriller.