Nela Ticket casts Ravi Teja and Malvika Sharma in lead roles. And Jagapathi Babu is seen in prominent role. other casts includes Brahmanandam, Ali, Posani Krishna Murali, Tanikella Bharani and Sharat Babu etc.
Nela Ticket is Written and directed by Kalyan krishna under SRT Entertainments banner. It is produced by Ram Talluri and Music composed by Ram Talluri and cinematography handled by Mukesh G.
Ravi Teja is an Orphan who finds happiness in helping poor and needy people and treats everyone as his family members. He is a medical student fights for the rights of senior citizens. He helps the people in resolving social issues, at that time he faces a Home minister Aditya Bhupati(Jagapathi Babu) who participates in corrupt activities and creates fear among people. Aditya kills his own father when a reporter finds out the mystery about his father death she receives life-threatening injuries. How protagonist Ravi Teja deals with corrupt natured Aditya(Jagapathi Babu) forms the rest of the crux.
Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja entertained the audience with plenty full dialogues this time but his performance is limited because of poor characterization, however, the movie has gone through with comedy, timing and body language of Ravi Teja. The chemistry between Debuntnate Malvika Sharma and Ravi Teja is not worked well. The first half at some point irritates you and entering into the second half it feels you bore with many subplots one after the other which does not create any excitement. The chase scene in the second half is impressive. Senior comedians Brahmanandam, Ali, Posani etc are not utilized well they failed to provide laughs as expected. One strong character to talk about in movie is Jagapathi Babu as an Antagonist involved in his character, performed well as a corrupt politician while maintaining single expression throughout the movie.
The storyline is good and message-oriented but failed to narrate well. The director failed to make the character of the villain stronger there is no new birth anywhere in the story. Emotional action scenes take more strength but director concentrated mainly on romantic and comedy scenes. Music by Ram Talluri disappoints a lot. On the whole, the film left with logic-less.
Nela Ticket will test your patience