Raarandoi Veduka Chuddam movie review -3/5
Cast: Naga Chaitanya, Rakul Preet Singh
Director: Kalyan Krishna
Producer: Nagarjuna Akkineni
Music Director: Devi Sri Prasad
Naga Chaitanya, who has been waiting for a desperate hit is, pinning hopes on his upcoming family drama Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam. As trailers and tunes of the film have created huge hype, makers expected that it would strike a chord with audiences. Today, it has finally hit the screens. Let’s find out the content and performance of actors.
Brahamarambha (Rakul Preet) attends one of her family weddings and Shiva (Naga Chaitanya) who also attends the same wedding, falls in love with her. When Brahamarambha comes to Vizag for further studies, Shiva continues to run after her. But, she ignores him and never thinks of his true love.
When Shiva decides to drop his love and looks for his career, she comes back to him. As they come to know each other, there are few issues which rise up in their families. How does Shiva solve and reunite is the rest of the story.
Naga Chaitanya looks good and did a decent job. He played the role with ease and his chemistry with Rakul is pretty good. Rakul Preet Singh’s character is superb and she maintains balance in all emotional scenes. Jagapathi Babu once again got a performance based character and he is superlative. Vennela Kishore offers a few laughs.
The screenplay of the film goes like a Nagarjuna’s Ninne Pelladutha but Rarandoi missed out the substance to get the attention of audiences. The story might not be new but somehow director tried his best to present in a new way to amuse movie lovers. Songs are really good in this film but placement is not up to the mark.
Music of Devi Sri Prasad is the soul of the film but nothing could help the movie. As production values are good and talented actors are part of this film, the audiences don’t feel tedious. Dialogues are good and camerawork is stylish.
Kalyan Krishna, who directed this film, has missed out the soul and it does not match up to his debut film Soggade Chinni Nayana. However, the director brings good emotional scenes with love story to save the film.
Overall, Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam is a decent family entertainer if you ignore a few flaws. Definitely, this summer can help the movie to have huge crowds and reach the expectations.