Compelled to retreat from the August 15 war, Young Tiger NTR’s Rabhasa will be taking on Raviteja’s Power on Vinayaka Chavithi. Both these mass-action flicks are heading to theatres for August 29 release. If we have to discuss about the advantages and disadvantages these movies are having, we have to say that odds are even.
Dammu and Ramayya Vastavayya tanked big time for NTR, though Baadshah cloaked him with satisfaction of delivering hit in the middle. We have to attribute the dismal performance of those two super flops to poor stories and uninteresting dialogues. To our surprise, even Rabhasa is looking like a similar cookie if we have to say anything by the trailer. That doesn’t mean NTR is ruled out as the youngster has earlier shown his potential with such regular movies.
Coming to Raviteja’s Power, we are habituated to watch Ravi Teja in such action roles very often. As it is coming from a debutant director now, chances are unlikely for experimentation and some routine stuff is expected. What matters is how powerfully, logically and innovatively his character and story are created, as routine plots are getting rejected by audiences these days.