Review: Rarandoi Veduka Chudam
Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Rakul Preet
Director: K Kalyan Krishna
Banner: Annapurna Studios
Music director: Devi Sri Prasad
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam has been making headlines ever since it was announced. Right from its title announcement to the recently released audio, the film has been garnering thumping response. The film has hit the screens today. Let us see how it is.
Brahamarambha(Rakul Preet) comes across handsome guy Shiva (Naga Chaitanya) during a family occasion in a village. Shiva falls in love instantly and tries to woo her. But Bramarambha neglects Shiva’s love and return back to city for her further studies.
Due to few issues, Shiva looses his interest on his love and makes breakup with Bramarambha.
After few days, Brahamarambha realizes Shiva’s true love and decides to get back to him. Now the twist in the tale arises with Shiva’s dad(Jagapathi Babu).
What happened to their love a story? What Brahamarambha do now? What are these family problems? That forms the rest of the story.
Rakul Preet Singh is the major asset of the film. She nailed it in village belle look and during the climax Rakul’s expressions are top notch. Naga Chaitanya looks handsome as a cute lover. His performance is excellent in this film.Once again, Vennela Kishore chukles funny bones with his comedy touch. Jagapathi Babu and Sampath Nandi did justice to their roles.
The actual family drama begins in the second half and the proceedings become quite interesting with a good screenplay and fast based narration. Music by DSP is to good.Production values by Annapurna studios are top notch. Dialogues are decent.
The story of the film is quite routine and has nothing to cheer about. The placement of songs is bad and the pace bogs down in the second half.
On the whole, the film is a decent watch and youthful entertainer laced with emotions and family values.
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