Rules Ranjann Movie Review: Poor Execution Of Narration

Rules Ranjann Movie Review: Poor Execution Of Narration

Movie Name: Rules Ranjann

Release Date: October 06, 2023

Starring: Kiran Abbavaram, Neha Sshetty, Meher Chahal, Subbaraju, Vennela Kishore, Viva Harsha, Ajay, Makarand Deshpande, Hyper Aadhi, Nellore Sudarshan, Goparaju Ramana and others

Rules ranjann Postponed

Director: Rathinam Krishna

Music Director: Amrish

Producers: Divyang Lavania, Murali Krishna Vemuri and Rinkhu Kukreja

Editor: Prasad G

Rules Ranjann Trailer

Rules Ranjann, starring Kiran Abbavaram and NehaSshetty, debuted in theatres today after a successful promotional campaign. Check out our review to see how the film fared.

Story: Manoranjan (Kiran Abbavaram), also known as Rules Ranjann, is a principled man who relocates to Mumbai to work for a software company. There, he runs across a former classmate, Sana (Neha Shetty), and falls silently in love with her without revealing his feelings. He returns to his village to express his love, determined to marry her. What difficulties did Ranjann encounter on this journey, and did he ultimately realize his dream? The answers are revealed in the film.

Plus points

  • Kiran Abbavaram delivers a full-fledged comic narrative, making every attempt to leave an impact.
  • Neha Shetty gives an excellent performance that is ideally suited to the material. 
  • Hyper Aadi, Harsha Chemudu, and Nellore Sudarshan all do well in their roles, providing pleasant moments, particularly in the second half.
  • The famous song Sammohanuda, featuring Neha Sshetty, not only sounds well but also looks good.

Minus Points

  • Despite Kiran Abbavaram’s promise of a laugh riot throughout the film’s promotion, the film falls short of this anticipation. 
  • Some comic sequences, as well as the performers’ performances in those scenes, are unduly overdone. Kiran Abbavaram is putting in a lot of work, but he must consider why his films continuously fall short. He should reevaluate his project and collaborator choices, especially directors.
  • The film’s dullness gets worse by the poor and slow script and the dull narrative. Some scenes in both halves are cringe-worthy and fall short of expectations.
  • Several characters in the film, including Ajay, Subbaraju, and Meher Chahal, make little contribution to the plot. 
  • Making Makarand Deshpande a beggar with no importance to the plot and cringe-worthy dialogues by Vennela Kishore were terrible choices.

Rules Ranjann Movie Review: Poor Execution Of Narration

Final Words: Overall, Rules Ranjann is a ridiculous and overly exaggerated film. It gains from the performances of Kiran Abbavaram and Neha Shetty, as well as the comedy given by Hyper Aadi and the gang. However, the film is hampered by poor writing, a mediocre storyline, redundant characters, and uninspired situations. 

Our Rating: 2/5