Hyper movie review: Ram-Raashi Khanna’s film bags mixed response from audience

Hyper Movie Review

Hyper Review
Rating : 3/5
Direction:Santhosh Srinivas
Producer :14 Reels Entertainment
Star Cast: Ram, Rashi Khanna, Satya Raj & Others
Music :Jibran
Release date:30th September 2016
Genre :Drama film/Romance
Censor :U/A

Energetic actor Ram Pothineni starrer ‘Hyper’ is romantic action movie, which is laced with a good dose of comedy, sentiments and commercial ingredients. The movie deals with the bond between a father and son. It is directed by Santosh Srinivas and has hit the theatres today on 30th September. Actress Raashi Khanna is playing the female lead role. Let’s see the story line.

Editor Review
Story: Surya (Ram) is an happy guy who is obsessed about his father Narayana Murthy (Sathyaraj) and falls in trouble all the time. One day a local don Gaja( Murali Sharma) saves Narayana Murty from a truck accident and Surya starts to help him. Narayana Murthy is a sincere government office and one day a Powerful Minister Rajappa (Rao Ramesh) lock horns with Surya’s father as he wants signature of Narayana Murthy on a file to seek clearance for his illegal mall construction plan in Vizag but Narayana Murthy who believes in values, refuses to sign the file. As a result of it, Rajappa starts to create problem for his family and deploys Gaja to take action against Surya’s family. How Surya will resolve this problem? Form rest of the story.

Plus Points:
Performance of Ram
Glamour of Raashi Khanna

Minus points:
No thrill
Predicable story line
Lack of Entertainment

Performance: Actor Ram is at his spontaneous best and proves that he can pull off any role with ease. He has delivered energetic performance and has done justification with his role. His energy level is superb and suited to his character. His body languages and way of dialogue delivery are superb. Sathyaraj in the role of father performed well and takes the movie to another level with his wonderful performance. The sequences that Ram shares with his father keeps the audiences hooked to the seat. Raashi Khanna as Bhanumathi, became successful to drag the attention of the audiences by her glamour but she did not get much screen space to prove herself. Sathyaraj is perfect in his role. Naresh, Tulsi Shivamani, Fish Venkat, Prabhas Sreenu and others justified with their characters.

Technical: The production value of 14 Reels Entertainment is good. The cinematography is breath-taking and the cameraman captured the visual of Vizag in splendid manner. The music of Ghibran is just ok and the background score by Mani Sharma is below average. The director Santosh has become successful to utilize the talent of Ram and became fail to engage the audiences as the second half of the movie tests the patience of the audiences. The editing is below par. The comedy works well for the film. The concept of the story is good but it also succumbs to the usual template of a thriller.

Analysis: Overall Hyper is a complete entertainer with all the emotions in right proportions. The performance of Ram, and the chemistry between Ram and Sathyaraj, screenplay and funny scenes with father love are the major highlights. The major drawback of Hyper is its predictable story line and second half. The movie carries social message which is conveyed by powerful dialogues. Hyper doesn’t have anything new to offer in terms of plot. The director Santosh Srinivas became fail to execute the movie with good flavour.

Overall, Hyper is a regular mass movie that is neither quite dismissible nor it is very impressive. Okay movie with entertaining first half.


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