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Veera Movie Review (Telugu)

Veera Rating: 2/5

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  Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Venkat Site:GreatAndhra

There is always a fine line between coming up with a good script and getting it the right way on the screen. As such, the theme of the film was appealing but the director failed to get it onscreen in a convincing manner. While the emotional situations lacked strength, the serious scenes reminded of few other movies.Nothing is gripping in this movie except the 5 minutes before interval. And again the bumpy journey starts till the end.Overall, this is a film which gives a stale taste of boredom even to the masses. At the box office, chances of success are highly unlikely.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Manvitha Chowdary Site:Andhravilas

Veera is not a good film in the career of Ravi Teja. The film is a rehash of several old Telugu films. The story is boring and the screenplay very bad. Director Ramesh Varma’s taking is very bad. The film fails to take off and the slow pace coupled with mindless violence and senseless drama all add to the pain of the audience. Veera is a boring film with outdated concept and narration. The direction is poor and the overall product is below average. Veera is definitely not worth a watch.

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  Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Suresh Kavirayani Site:TimesOfIndia

After testing new waters with a few comic capers, in “Veera” we see actor Ravi Teja treading the the tried-and-tested formula film path yet again. But he fails to impress. Ravi Teja’s lacklustre performance apart, the movie also suffers due to director Ramesh Varma’s outdated story, which is made worse with a predictable, unimpressive screenplay. “Veera” will only appeal to the front bench fans of Ravi Teja.

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 Ratings: Reviewer:Sunita Chowdary Site:Cinegoer

Veera is an extremely ordinary or routine subject with the regular thrills, frills, love and romance bereft of reality, logic, nevertheless it has it’s share of twists here and there that could take you by surprise. Also the producer has ensured the film doesn’t fall below standard and has multiple stars to keep the front benchers engaged.Veera has two plots and is sufficiently spaced and paced. With more effort from the dialogue writers and some crispy editing, the film could have kept the audiences who see film for time pass as well happy but for now this seems to bring joy only for Ravi Teja fans and the target audience alone.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer: Site:SuperGoodMovies

Veera is a routine film blended with action, comedy and romance.  But is very similar to hundreds of Telugu films from the past.Veera heads in the eighties kind of narration with a song-fight-comedy-song-fight… type of treatment. It lacks the soul and purpose to keep the audience glued to the screen. Highly predictable storyline and boring screenplay are the major drawbacks of this film. Veera is for die hard mass fans who like to see severed limbs and arms flying all over the screen. Audience with sensibilities won’t like it a bit. This is one of the worst films that are released in the recent times, we can say.

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