Director Sai Ramani has given it all in his debut film Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva and pinned his hoped on the movie. Sadly, the movie ran into a lot of troubles and Raghava Lawrence along with producer RB Choudary chipped in to release the movie after holding a tonne of meetings. Starring Raghava Lawrence and Nikki Galrani, Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva, which is a remake of Telugu film Pataas is a perfect commercial entertainer. If you watch the trailer, you would know what you are in for. Raghava Lawrence, an unruly cop turns out to support the bad guy and the duo opposes a strict police officer played by Sathyaraj. In a drastic turn of events, Lawrence gets to know the truth and decides to support Sathyaraj and take on the villain. What is the reason for the sudden change in Lawrence’s mind? What happened between Sathyaraj and the villain? Will Lawrence emerge as the winner? Watch the movie to know the answers…
Raghava Lawrence has carried the entire film on his shoulders. His dialogue delivery and over the top action sequences will attract the children.
Director Sai Ramani has done a decent job of remaking Pataas. Even though there are certain cliched moments in the movie, he has compensated it with a lot of punch dialogues.
Amresh’s songs are a huge advantage to the movie and they are all foot-tapping numbers for which Raghava Lawrence has grooved and made the audience dance with him.
Actor Sathyaraj’s performance as an honest police officer is an added advantage to the movie.
With a powerhouse performer like Nikki Galrani, Sai Ramani could have crafted a better character for her.
The screenplay should have been tighter and by trimming few scenes, Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva would be a great watch.
A run-of-the-mill commercial venture with Lawrence’s powerful punch dialogues.
Verdict :A run-of-the-mill commercial venture with LawrenceÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s powerful punch dialogues.