‘Kala Prapoorna’ and ‘Nata Virat’ Rao Gopala Rao is one of those rarest breed of artists which any film industry would wish to have one. His son Rao Ramesh who entered into main stream Telugu film arena proving him-self on small screen circuit can be a replacement for his dad, given that film makers thoroughly utilize his acting prowess. Unfortunately, Rao Ramesh isn’t getting any big offers to materialize for the reasons best known to him.
After the inspirational lecturer character in ‘Koththa Banagru Lokam,’ surely Rao Ramesh’s caliber hasn’t come to light. The tricky tongue twisters in ‘All the Best’ movie released last week has once again shown the ease and spark in Rao Ramesh to excel as an artist. With a blessed skill of differently modulating any kind of dialogue, it is just a test of time and we might see Rao Gopala Rao coming alive before us in the form of Rao Ramesh. Need of the hour is, Rao Ramesh should open himself and try top bag big chances.