Rarandoi Veduka Chudham’ Movie/review and highlights:
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam Review – Routine But Passable
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam Review
Rarandoi Veduka Chudham’ Movie review highlights: Passes off as a regular run-of-the-mill offering
Rarandoi Veduka Chudham Just about every hero chooses to be directed by a strike director to get success. There are countless heroes who only give chance to struck directors. Kalyan Krishna who scored a blockbuster with Soggade Chinni Nayana with King Nagarjuna has received a chance to point Naga Chaitanya for his second film under Annapurna studios banner being created by Nagarjuna himself. This movie has got tremendous pre release buzz with it can music and also the controversy it has recently been surrounded due to Chalapathi Rao. It is said that it is a film in the lines of Ninne Pelladatha and the team is excellent confident about the film. Let’s see how functions on us as it is releasing into cinemas today.
Shiva (Akkineni Naga Chaitanya) falls for Bramarambha (Rakul Preet Singh) after seeing her in one of the family wedding, who has a very close bonding with her loving father (Sampath Raj). Shiva continues to try her in Vizag where she is pursuing her higher studies. They get into a huge fight and break up with that fight. They both live their life as singles and then Bramarambha start feeling Shiva’s love. She decides to get back to Shiva but a family problem arises in the form of Shiva’s father (Jagapathi Babu) who is hated by Bramarambha’s father. What is the problem between Shiva and Bramarambha’s fathers? How do Shiva and Bramarambha become one depsite all these problems? Forms the rest of the story.
Cast and performance
Akkineni Naga Chaitanya has done a fine job in performing his role. He is good as Shiva and looks fab with well designed costumes and his body language. Rakul preet is good as Bramarambaa and looks superb on screen. Jagapathi Babu is nice as always. Sampath Raj is as usual in his villainy avatar. Vennela Kishore is humorous and performed well. Posani Krishna Murali, Prudhvi and all other actors are good.
Story of this Rarandoi Veduka Cheddham is simple and screenplay is written well. Dialogues are good.
Songs composed by Devi sri prasad are so good to hear and Thakita Thakajam song is loved by all the music lovers especially. He showed his knack in composing background score and has taken the movie into the next level. Cinematography by Vishweshwar is nice and he had captured some rich and colorful visuals of the village locales. Editing by Gautham Raju is good. Stunts and action sequences are composed well. Production values are rich.
Naga Chaitanya as Shiva
Rakul preet as Bramarambha
Vennela Kishore comedy
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddham is a movie with family emotions with Bramarambha as central character. It’s story has nothing great to talk about just for some scenes. There is actually no story in the first half of the movie where audience are clueless about where the movie is heading. Interval is a surprise and makes audience wait for the second half with the nice twist. Second half is where the actual family story begins and screenplay looks inconsistent as it bores and entertains at times. Director Kalyan Krishna who scored a blockbuster with Akkineni Nagarjuna in the name of Soggade Chinni Nayana failed to live up to the expectations with this movie. He has written some fabulous dialogue but missed in writing a convincing story. This movie can be termed as the one having Naga Chaitanya’s best performance but Rakul Preet has dominated him with well written character of her. Performance of Naga Chaitanya in proposal and break up scenes is the best. DSP has given life to the movie with his background score to this half baked family drama despite having non situational songs. To summarise, watch this movie if you are a fan of Akkineni’s or family dramas.