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Motta Siva Ketta Siva is directed by Sai Ramani. Raghava Lawrence, the dance choreographer turned hero plays the hero in this film. Nikki Galrani, the Bangalore beauty shares the screen space with him. RB Choudary produces the film on a large scale. The film is the remake of the Telugu film, Pataas played by Nandamuri Kalyan Ram. The film also has Sathyaraj, Ashutosh Rana, Kovai Sarala, Sathish, Vamsi Krishna, Charandeep, Sriman, Manobala, VTV Ganesh and Raai Laxmi. Sarvesh Murari cranks the camera and Amresh Ganesh composes the tunes and background music.
Shiva’s father is a sincere cop. Shiva thinks that due to the negligence of his dad, he lost his mother. As he lost his mother at an early age, he suffers loneliness. So, Shiva dislikes his dad. He aims to become a cop, not like his dad but to earn money and fame. Shiva becomes a corrupted cop and has a good relation with a corrupted politician. The politician uses Shiva and gets his jobs fulfilled. Meanwhile, his best friend is killed in a crossfire. Shiva couldn’t bear the loss of his friend. His dad consoles him and tells him the effects of corruption. Did Shiva accept the advice given by his dad? Did he punish the person, who is behind the death of his bestie? Watch the film in theaters.
As usual we have top performers in Raghava’s flick. Sathyaraj and Lawrence have done justice to their roles. Ashutosh Rana has to improve a bit.
Sai Ramani knows the pulse of the audiences and has shaped the script well. The cast selection is excellent and Ramani gets a pat for his sensible selection. Although it is the usual action entertainer, Ramani has done his job pretty well.
Chemistry between Sathyaraj and Raghava works out well; Both of them have excelled in the performance too
BGM and tunes are good. Best debut for Amresh!
Action script impress the audiences
What’s Not There?
Nikki is a template heroine
Motta Siva Ketta Siva is a complete action entertainer with comedy flakes. This film will quench your summer thirst on action films.
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