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Ramany vs Ramany 3.0 Season 3 Episode 8 review: Yet another uninspiring outing which engages only in parts

It looks like the makers were confused about its culmination point

2.5rating
  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 11.57 AM, Apr 22, 2022

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Ramany vs Ramany 3.0 Season 3 Episode 8 review: Yet another uninspiring outing which engages only in parts

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Story: Ramany's (Vasuki) father appears panicked and rushes back home after engaging in a war of wards with a biker on the road. The biker follows him, reaches Ramanys' home and demands an apology. He also threatens not to leave the house until the former tenders apology for his rude behaviour. The unexpected situation puts Ramanys on the spot.    

Review: After facing unanticipated problems of various kinds, Ramanys, for the first time, face an issue which involves the senior members of their family. Ramany's (Vasuki) father who often comes across as a composed person, reaches their house, gets out of his car quickly and goes hiding as he claims a biker with whom he had a tiff with on road, is after him.

As expected, the biker along with his girl friend, follows him and reaches Ramanys' home. Ramany's father alleges that the biker has been behaving rudely while the latter claims that it was the senior citizen who used derogatory words. Ramanys have a tough time settling disputes between the two of them.

Despite a run time of 32 mins, the wafer-thin plot engages only in parts, thanks to some of the repeated dialogues and lack of an intriguing conflict. There are many twists and turns, but all of them are depicted verbally because of which the little interest over the plot gets diluted.

Unsurprisingly, the expressions of Ramanys save this episode, too. The conflict in it doesn't involve children, but a few other characters are introduced. However, their performances are okayish and do not enhance the storyline. The repeated allegations by both the parties lead to the plot losing steam after a point, and it looks like the makers were confused about its culmination point.

The maid and security make their entrance towards the end, but they have little to do in this episode which is already stretched beyond a point. The fun element goes completely missing, and the fact that the sequences are happening completely indoors results in making the audience feel cramped.    

The mother character who stole the show in the last episode doesn't have much to do, though she tries her best in delivering a few dialogues in an amusing manner. Overall, the eighth episode ends up as another uninspiring outing in the series.

Verdict: Despite a run time of 32 mins, the wafer-thin plot engages only in parts, thanks to some of the repeated dialogues and lack of an intriguing conflict.

Ramany vs Ramany 3.0 is streaming on aha Tamil.

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