Ravi Teja’s Telugu Movie Nela ticket Review

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The most awaited film of Mass Maharaj Ravi Teja has finally hit the screens today. His previous film ‘Raja the Great’ impressed the whole Telugu audience along with fans and collected 50 crores at the box office. The film is said to be a Telugu action comedy and the trailer which was released a few days back created more curiosity in people and gained nearly 8 lakh views on YouTube. So, check Nela Ticket Movie Review here to know if Ravi Teja bagged another hit.

Cast: Ravi Teja, Malvika Sharma, Jagapathi Babu

Director: Kalyan Krishna

Nela Ticket Movie Story

Nela Ticket (Ravi Teja) is an orphan who always helps the needy people. One day, he hits up some criminals who are related to Home Minister Aditya Bhupati (Jagapathi Babu). Later, the flashback between Jagapathi Babu and Ravi Teja will be revealed which makes the story a bit serious. To know how Ravi Teja wins Jagapathi Babu, you should watch ‘Nela Ticket’.

Nela Ticket Movie Review

Nela Ticket Movie Review is here for you. Check it out and decide whether the film is worth watching or not!

Actors Performance

The performance of Ravi Teja is as usual good. His comedy timing is impressive but looks a bit aged. Though there is nothing new in the film, Ravi Teja tried to manage the film with his humor. Malvika Sharma is just okay in her role. Jagapathi Babu is impressive as a corrupted minister. Comedians are wasted.

Technical Aspects

It is hard to believe that Kalyan Krishna who directed Nagarjuna’s Soggade Chinni Nayana and Naga Chaitanya’s Rarandoi Veduka chudham has now directed Nela Ticket. The direction was not up to the mark as the entertainment hasn’t reached the expectations of the audience. The narration seems illogical. Apart from the emotions related to senior citizens, nothing seems interesting.

Production values are just okay as it feels that money was not utilized properly. Cinematography by Mukesh G is okay and music by Shakthi Kanth Karthick was not impressive.


When there are 4 other movies this week, there is no point in watching this film, even you got bored.

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