Hyper Review And Rating
Buoyed by the success of Nenu Sailaja, Ram came to the movies with Hyper today. There are good expectations on this flick as this is coming in the combo of Santosh Srinivas who gave a hit with Ram earlier in Kandireega.
Suri (Ram) son of a strict government officer Narayana Murthy (Satya Raj) is a kind of hyper kid. He loves his father very much to the extent that he will do anything for his dad. At a time when Narayna Murthy was retiring from the job, he refuses to heed to a wicked minister Rajappa (Rao Ramesh) and faces his wrath. Rajappa pressurizes Murthy to give permission to a mall in Viazag that is being built against regulations. Realizing that his father is facing pressure from minister, Suri comes in to the scene and a game of cat and mouse beings. The rest of the story is how Suri manages to teach the minister a lesson.
Ram packs a punch as the doting son who loves his father too much. The social message of the importance of having a strict government officer is also very good. The scene where the hero requests the help of Rowdy Gaja is nicely conceived. Comedy worked out well in most parts. Rashi Khanna stole the show wherever she was present with her cuteness. Rao Ramesh as villain was menacing. Satya Raj proved his mettle once again in the role of a dignified father. Interval block is excellent. Director wrote a good screenplay. Sameer Reddy did very well in the photography department. Production quality by 14 reels is decent.
Beaten to death plot, silly love track between the lead pair are main drawbacks. Songs also come as speed breakers to the tempo. Raashi Khanna suddenly vanishes in the second half of the flick. Shot movement in some confrontational scenes between hero and villain is not upto the mark.
But overall, made with the emotion of father-son love, Hyper managed get decent marks at a rating of 2.75/5.