Ravi Teja has his latest venture ‘Nela Ticket’ out in the cinemas and mass entertainment breathes some new life in Telugu films. After a long time, some film maker has made an out and out mass entertainer with immense conviction. Very caricature form of story for which masala films are known where in songs break out with even a statutory warning and absolutely nobody can stop the hero from beating up as many goons. Ravi looks directly into the camera and connects with his audience by shouting out some or the other provocative lines as he is been doing for decades now.
Ravi is one of the last stars who still believe in very commercial blend of cinema and does not even make an effort to present a story like Mahesh Babu. He barely gets on to the scripting part but might be noticing as many few causes of encouraging a fight in the film. Film is unapologetic in the way it is designed and a smaller section of very loyal audience base who would still enjoy this catharsis after having to see it for a million times on celluloid.
Story of the film is about as cliche as it gets with an awkward situation and a loud villain who would see his end at the end of everything. Nature of the narrative is pretty straight forward as it works with the combination of a comedy scene merged with an action and a song till 2.5 hours are done. Ravi is there is nearly every frame of the film and most of it is just the routine films that come and go every week without anyone caring that much about it including the makers. Overall no audience member should really bother watching this film but if someone does not even have a Netflix subscription to watch anything else than they may arrive for this.