Jathi Ratnalu, featuring Naveen Polishetty, Priyadarshi, and Rahul Ramakrishna, has been released at Maha Shivratri. If a good comedy is what is looking forward to this festival, this only treats it.
The film is around three friends, Srikanth (Naveen Polishetty), Shekhar (Priyadarshi), and Ravi (Rahul Ramakrishna). The trio has a good reputation in their city, Jogipet, remembering their naughty behavior.
The storyline and the plot of Jathi Ratnalu
Three friends went to Hyderabad to establish their careers while ignoring opportunities in their home city. However, given their tendency to interfere. They were finally involved in evil there. How they handle a precarious situation is about what Jathi Ratnalu is.
For any film to succeed, logical storytelling is a must. However, Jathi Ratnalu is an exception to the rules. It swayed with his tone but never lost his entertainment value, all thanks to a solid film’s writings.
The dialogue has never deviated from their goals. Each character was established from the word go. Practically every dialogue leads to laughing, making the film one of the best comedies to get out of Tollywood for a long time.
Appearance-wise, the film again proved the courage of polishetty and his ability to attract the cinema audience. The comedy timing is right and adds to many values for this well-written comedy.
Priyadarshi and Rahul Ramakrishna have given a good show, and a combination of this trio is delightful. They made the film the tick-ticket comedy-drama.
Verdict and review of Jathi Ratnalu
Anudeep KV, Jathi Ratnalu is not intended to be taken seriously, and it is clear from Get-Go. The waste of no time entering the thickness.
Even before the title rolled and while it was a pleasant-rollercoaster trip without time to lose. It made people wonder if the film was necessary for that to tell almost There is no story.
Srikanth (Naveen Polishetty) wants to escape to the city, so he gets a new start. He was pro in helping their village women with the perfect accessory. For their sarees but wanted to know more than that.
On the other side, his father (Tanikella Bharani) on the other side wanted him to stay back and run the Emporium of the woman they had. Sekhar (Priyadarshi) was born from the stove.
It whistles sound and obsessed with everything related to rice. Ravi (Rahul Ramakrishna) is alcoholism under a continuous state of heart.
The city helped them meet Chitti (Faria Abdullah), a wealthy child who fell in love with Srikanth and had a sad background. But Destiny also took them on Jalan Minister Chanakya (Murli Sharma), who was always in touch with something shady. When the trio is framed because of the crime they don’t do, all ‘hell and heaven’ are loose.
Apart from Meksak-figure and a lot that happens on the screen:
Jathi Ratnalu doesn’t have many things to tell stories about. Srikanth and his friends are a more wise touch when they return to Jogipet, even hinting that they might go to the next Dubai, but not much in terms of storytelling that makes you invest.
Of course, there is a video problem that is burdensome to Chanakya. This is difficult to bury. There is also a problem with local electricity companies led by Subhash K Chandra (Subhalekha Sudhakar).
What makes you engaged is that most of the one-liner rolls one by one without time to breathe. Naveen gets the best of the many when it comes to this, while Priyadarshi and Rahul approached the second.
Vennela Kishore and Brahmanandam made Auto Funny, while Keerthhy Suresh and Vijay DevakonNonda lent their support.
But there is a point where the joke repeatedly, especially when they are only banks in English love or broken Srikanth Sekhar. However, nodding to the agent of Sai Srinivasa Athreya and the drama of the Tollywood courtroom during this film climax was a shout.
“Silly fools try to violate the rules and fight this thug,” eliminated song lyrics playing in the film. And the one-liner is enough to describe the best film. Jathi Rathnalu is a mixed bag, but again, Orang Orang Life Oka Zindagi Aipoindi so watches it for comedy and shows.