Cast: Ram,Rashi Khanna,Srinivas Reddy,Sapthagiri,Bramhanadam,
Directed by: Srinivas Reddy
Produced by: Sravanthi Ravi Kishore
Banner: Sri Sravanthi Movies
Music Composed by: Devi Sri Prasad
Soon after the success of Gunde Jaari Gallanthaindhe, Nithin had launched a movie introducing Srinivasa Reddy. After the opening ceremony, the film didn’t take off and eventually Ram agreed to do the movie. So it raised curiosity why Nithin dropped the movie and what made Ram to accept it. Thus Shivam was made. Let’s see whose judgment is right?
The story is about Shiva or Ram (Ram) who is a nightmare of sorts not only to his enemies, but also to his friends. While running away from the goons, he gets on to a train. En route, there is this girl who calls out saying she loves him and that turns his entire life upside down. Will Shiva or Ram find out who the girl is? Is he Shiva or Ram? Will he get rid of the goons? That forms the rest of the story
The first half of the movie has been engaging throughout with fresh comedy and romantic episodes along with the energetic performance of Ram. The entertainment has been rib tickling throughout which brings a decent impact on the first half.
The second half of the movie has nothing much to reveal and the audience knows completely what’s happening next. The comedy has not been natural and it seemed indulged completely. Even the action episodes have been faked throughout. The pre climax and the climax have been decent. But on the whole the second half of the movie is a fall down.
Ram: Ram as usual has been energetic throughout the movie and he carried the film completely on his shoulders. He has been stunning with his dance movements in the movie. Rashi Khanna has been glamorous all over the film.
Raashi Khanna: Rashi Khanna, who was quite a delight in Jil, has put on oodles of weight which shows on screen.