Raa Randoi Veduka Chuddam Movie Review
A billionaire\'s son, Shiva (Naga Chaitanya) visits a village to attend his brother\'s wedding and falls in love with Brahmaramba (Rakul Preet Singh). However, he fails to win her heart despite his efforts.
Starring: Naga Chaitanya, Rakul Preet Singh, Jagapathi Babu, Sampath Raj, Vennela Kishore, Chalapathi Rao, Banerjee, Annapurna, Posani Krishna Murali, Pruthvi, Sapthagiri, Thagubothu Ramesh and others.
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Kalyan Krishna
Producer: Akkineni Nagarjuna
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
A billionaire's son, Shiva (Naga Chaitanya) visits a village to attend his brother's wedding and falls in love with Brahmaramba (Rakul Preet Singh). However, he fails to win her heart despite his efforts.
In order to pursue her higher studies, Brahmaramba shifts to Vizag and Shiva follows her there. Due to a clash between them, Shiva walks out of her life leading to Brahmaramba realizing her love for him and wishes to reconcile with him.
But the rivalry between their families causes hurdles for the couple. How the couple unite their families is what transpires next.
Coming to the lead star-cast, Naga Chaitanya surely has come a long way in his career. In this movie, the actor gives a mature performance and impresses in sequences with Jagapathi Babu.
He, however, needs to work on his comedy elements. Rakul Preet Singh delivers a strong yet believable performance and stands tall in her role although the character could have been given a little bit more significance.
Jagapathi Babu, doesn't have nothing new to offer when it comes to his character and has been seen in similar roles in the recent past.
The supporting cast including Sampath, Kausaya and Vennela Kishore work well with their characters. The main villain fails to impact the audience.
The lead pair's chemistry works perfectly for the movie. In a freshly cast pair, the duo match up with each other's capabilities and the output is convincing. Coming to the story and screenplay, Satyanand & Kalyan Krishna have delivered an ordinary output.
Devi Sri Prasad's music is right on target and even the picturization works for the songs. However, the placement of the songs seem hapazard. Production Values are rich and the writing connects particularly in the emotional sequences.
The director was unable to maintain the same tone throughout the movie as the story is the biggest drawback. The love story fails to keep the viewers engaged. The second half of the movie, brings on a different set-up and elevates the movie to a new level. The character of the female lead is the major positive aspect but the climax falters a bit making it a mixed result for the movie.
A decent family entertainer