Motta Siva Ketta Siva Movie Review
Motta Siva Ketta Siva Review: It’s been almost two years since Raghava Lawrence was last seen in Kanchana 2 and today his latest action drama flick Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva has been released, which opened with positive reviews. Directed by Sai Ramani, it features Raghava Lawrence and Nikki Galrani in the lead roles alongside an ensemble of cast in supporting roles. The movie was delayed due to financial decks, as the financier of the film moved to court, imposed stay order which was lifted a couple of days back.
Before moving onto review of Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva, it’s an official remake of 2015 blockbuster Telugu film Pataas. There have been lots of buzz on the film because of the expectation it created through teasers and trailers. Though, it’s a remake, fans of Raghava Lawrence were eagerly waiting for the release of the movie, which has exceeded the expectations of the audience spellbound. Check out Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva review.
Motta Siva Ketta Siva Cast & Technicians
Director: Sai Ramani
Producer: R. B. Choudary
Cast: Raghava Lawrence, Nikki Galrani, Sathyaraj, Ashutosh Rana, Vamsi Krishna, Jayaprakash, Sathish, Kovai Sarala, Devadarshini and others
Cinematography: Sarvesh Murari
Editing: Praveen K. L.
Banner: Super Good Films
Distributors: Sivabalan Pictures, Vendhar Movies
Release date: 9 March 2017
Running time: 165 minutes
Motta Siva Ketta Siva Story & Review
The storyline of the movie is all about an IPS officer, who was a then corrupted and after realising the truth behind the death of his mother and sister, turns against the villains and gets rid of them through exciting blend of action and humour.
Shiva (Raghava Lawrence) is a corrupt IPS officer who abuses his powers and gains benefits out of them. At the same time, he likewise supports a neighbourhood MP named GK (Ashutosh Rana) who often creates problems to Kirubakaran (Sathyaraj), DGP of Police and happens to be the father of Shiva. Shiva was furious over his father because he thinks his negligence had killed his mom and her sister. But the truth is, Kirubakaran admitted his wife to hospital to control a riot. Because of this incident, Shiva abandons his father, gets himself secure in an orphanage and becomes an IPS officer to look for requital on his dad.
Meanwhile, Shiva falls in love with Nikki (Nikki Galrani), who is a journalist. The death of Shiva’s friend will make him turn against Ashutosh Rana and his brother Vamsi Krishna. Shiva arrests Vamsi Krishna and challenges Ashutosh Rana to take him bail in a couple of days. By then, his marriage with Nikki will be fixed and reunites with his father. On the day of his marriage, the villains kidnap Nikki and others. Though, he managed to saved Nikki, he will not be able to save others, including his father, who all will be killed by the villain and that lead to the release of Vamsi Krishna.
The rest of the story deals with how Shiva avenges the death of his father and friends. Though it’s a routine commercial story, what make us to watch, is the engaging and gripping screenplay. To a certain point of time, the pace of the movie goes swiftly but in the second half, it lags a bit. However, it gets its momentum through the end of the movie. Raghava Lawrence steals the spotlight of the episode with his intriguing performance, not only in action blocks, but also in comedy scenes. There’s no doubt how could he blend with humour sequences, and along with Kovai Sarala and Sathish, he evokes laugher in us. Nikki comes for a while, and makes her job perfectly done. Others including Sathyaraj, Ashutosh Rana, Vamsi Krishna, Jayaprakash, Sriman, Devadarshini, and Manobala have done their job perfectly good.
Raai Laxmii has done an item dance in the movie which could be visually appealing. Some punch lines go good with the movie and stunts are beautifully choreographed. Some numbers have already turned out to be a hit and the background score seemed to be terrific with humpy and bumpy score. As it is a commercial outing, logic loopholes and lags are common, but on a whole it’s a complete action and entertaining episode.