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Vasu (Raviteja) is a responsible man who wants to earn money to pay his family's debt.

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Vasu (Raviteja) is a responsible man who wants to earn money to pay his family's debt. His family consists of orphans who came together to live a decent life. But when his stepbrother, Karthik, steals the family's money and flees, Vasu goes in search of him. But an incident in Ladakh injures Vasu and he stays there stranded. His body freezes and no one comes to his rescue until a team of doctors from Relive bio lab decides to help him. They are researching a break-through technique that brings back the dead. Even Vasu is brought back but without any memories. When he wakes up, a woman, Nabha (Nabha Natesh), says that she is Vasu's love interest and starts to explain his life story. On the other hand, Disco Raj (Ravi Teja) is a music-loving gangster who sweeps his enemies in one blow. He is dreaded and feared by his opponent groups. But his enmity with Sethu runs a long way and no one is ready to step down. Disco Raj falls in love with a physically challenged woman named Helen (Payal Rajput). She cannot hear or speak. The relation between Vasu and Disco Raj, what happened to Disco Raj, why was Vasu attacked, Will Vasu ever find out his real identity? - This forms the rest of the movie.

Critic Review

1 year ago | 123TELUGU

2.75

On the whole, Disco Raja is a scientific thriller laced with an action backdrop. Ravi Teja is superb in the retro look but the screenplay and narration are very dull and slow. The film is neither bad or has terrific moments and unfolds at its own pace. A section of the audience will connect to the concept but the general audience who look for masala entertainment will be disappointed. So, go in with an open mind to enjoy this film.

Critic Review

1 year ago | TIMES OF INDIA

2.5

Vi Anand tries to do a lot to mask the fact that Disco Raja, when stripped down to the bare minimum, is nothing but a good ol’ gangster drama. He begins the tale with a massive dose of melodrama to make you think this will be a heart-wrenching film. Then he shifts gears to Sci-Fi to make you think he has finally gotten to the point. There are also two love stories thrown in for good measure before the film gets down to the nitty gritty, the gangster drama it aims to tell. But by then, you’re beyond trying to understand what he’s trying to do. Sure, when thought about, the film falls under the cross-genre category but what happens when none of the genres he touches upon manage to work? Disco Raja is what happens. Vasu (Ravi Teja) has a massive family made up of orphans who have found support in each other. Them and his girlfriend Nabha (Nabha Natesh) are asked to give up on hoping for his return, but they remain optimistic even in melodramatically trying times. A group of scientists from Relive Biolab hit gold when they find a frozen body in Ladakh and the boss, Dr Sharma (Shishir), decides to turn him into his lab rat. The aim is to pioneer in beating death and Parineeti (Tanya Hope) is an unwilling participant. Then there’s the gangster Burma Sethu (Bobby Simha) who suffers from PTSD and his biggest rival remains Disco Raja (Ravi Teja). A hired killer (Naresh) is hot on the heels of Vasu, sent by an unknown man. And when all these storylines connect, what you get is one hot mess. Disco Raja gets into the thick of things right off the bat, which is good. But the way Vi Anand meanders, taking his own sweet time unravelling each tale as if it’s the most important thing in the film, begins to get on your nerves after a while. Despite all the detailing he gives out, he never really spends enough time to keep us invested in the characters at hand. The ‘twists’ remain predictable all through the film and it’s only at the end that he manages to surprise you. But by then it’s too late. But there's a scene involving chicken biryani, Disco Raja and Burma Sethu that is pulled off well. A lot of actors in this film remain wasted, be it Nabha Natesh, Bobby Simha, Naresh or Satya. Nabha Natesh’s character cannot be called anything more than a supporting role as she’s hardly even present in the film. Bobby Simha, Naresh or Satya never really get a chance to take off with their characters. Tanya Hope gets a good enough role and she delivers; so do Payal Rajput and Vennela Kishore. At some point and in certain scenes, you feel even Ravi Teja remains underutilised. But he manages to carry the film on his shoulders, giving it his all, despite the shoddy material he’s offered. He’s a delight to watch on-screen and no matter what, that’ll never change. The surprise package of this film however is (you’ll never guess it) Sunil. The actor delivers a knock-out performance as Uttara Kumar and you’ll just have to watch the film to believe it. Clearly the actor is massively underutilised in most other films and he just relishes the role, playing it with a kind of glee that’s hard to come by. Sunil proves his versatility in this one. Karthik Ghattamaneni’s cinematography is beautiful too, so is Thaman S’ BGM, even if his music fails to impress. Even a song by Disco King Bappi Lahiri cannot make things work. Abburi Ravi’s dialogues are good enough, especially the catch-lines that inject some meaningless fun. Disco Raja is a mixed bag that’s let down by Vi Anand’s writing. Despite picking an interesting aspect to base his tale on, he falls down the rabbit hole of delivering ‘entertainment’ in a routine manner. The build-up to any of these tales is definitely not worth the landing they get. The film is a waste of talent, but it’s Ravi Teja and Sunil that make it worth a watch.

Critic Review

1 year ago | GULTE

2

Critic Review

1 year ago | INDIAGLITZ

2.5

This is the kind of film that doesn't know the difference between being unconventional and looking too unserious in the process.Had the comic doses been strong enough to make the audience forget the flaws in the narration, 'Disco Raja' might have saved itself.

Critic Review

1 year ago | GREATANDHRA

2

Movie Details

Vasu (Raviteja) is a responsible man who wants to earn money to pay his family's debt.

Genre : Drama, Sci-Fi, Action
Language : Telugu
Director : VI Anand
Producer : Sai Rishika , Rajini Talluri , Ram Talluri
Release Date(Theater) : 24th Jan, 2020
Runtime : 2h 29min
Production Co : SRT Entertainers

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