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Ungarala Rambabu Story:
A man has to prove his worth to the father of the woman he loves. What happens when capitalist and communist ideologies collide, will Rambabu be able to achieve what he set out for?
Ungarala Rambabu Review:
Ranga (Prakash Raj) believes in the communist philosophy. So much so that he disses foreign products and deeply dislikes capitalist consumerism. He is the most respected man of a village in Kerala and when his daughter Miya (Savithri) falls for her boss Rambabu, a flamboyant businessman who runs a successful travel business, Ranga challenges him to prove his worth which Rambabu accepts.
This is when the plot of Ungarala Rambabu takes pace. The plot is weaved around the ideological conflict between Ranga and Ramababu and in the process takes a dig at both the political systems - communism and capitalism.
The point director Kranthi Madhav wants to drive home is that humanism is the best ideology and he tried to convey that through the character of his protagonist Rambabu.
To think of the movie to be a solemn one, however, won't be correct. The script does have some entertainment moments that will glue the audience to their seats. From the beginning to the end there is enough humour in the script to keep tickling the funny bones of the audience every now and then.
Rambabu's character wears monochromatic outfits throughout the movie and that makes him a butt of jokes among his friends and peers. And then there is this bogus baba who extorts huge sum of money from Rambabu in the pretext of giving him precious gemstone rings, which he happily wears on all this fingers.
Savithri and Rambabu's relationship blooms when he gets to know that they both share the same star sign. However, later Savithri reveals that it is not true after which Rambabu walks away. Does he return? Or was it Lenin (Vennela Kishore) with his communist ideology marries Miya?
The movie is worth a watch for its subject, comedy, Sunil's dances, Miya's innocent charm and Prakash Raj's performance.
communist ideology is farce and this socialism brough misery for 60 years and kerala is the least developed state for jobs and we are using foreign products starting from railways cycle motercycles and so on. i am not against made in india products but realistic.