Rama Rama Krishna Krishna is the 200th film in Keeravani’s career and the veteran music director has composed some good tunes for the film. Editing by Gowtham Raju is adequate. The visual effects and CGI used in the film especially in the action sequences look flimsy. The film’s story, screenplay and direction were handled by Srivas. The film’s first half had an interesting premise which fiddles with marriage and the trust which the parents have on their kids; however the second half is convincingly predictable. In a way, Srivas has not left any loose threads behind, yet it’s the same old concept whose durability has been time-tested.
Rama Rama Krishna Krishna doesn’t try to offer anything; neither does it reinvent the wheel. The film sticks to its formula and the cast, crew did a neat job in making a commercial potboiler. There’s a scene in the film where Ram rotates the locket to see if stops at Rama or Krishna to decide its course of action. The locket stops midway which prompts Ram to take the matter into his own hands instead of relying on the Gods. Perhaps, that’s how the film is too. It has a bit of everything what you expect from an entertainer. On the whole, it’s a breezy entertainer which isn’t overwhelming.
I would rest my thumbs for this film and leave the decision to you to flip the locket.