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Times of India
Radha is a story of a young boy who gets inspired to become a police officer following his belief that Lord Krishna rescued him in the avatar of a cop when he was a child. How Radha fulfils his desires and earns the respect of the police department after he accomplishes a mission, is what the gist of Radha is.
Radha Krishna (Sharwanand) is a fan of Bhagavadgita and as a child believes that Lord Krishna has come to help him as a cop. When he succeeds in tipping of the police about runaway criminals, DGP offers him a sub inspector’s post. He proves to be ambitious during training and eventually gets posted at a remote place where there is no crime at all.
It is there where he meets Radha (Lavanya Tripathi), whom he refers to as ‘Rabbit’. He falls in love with the village belle at first sight; who dolls around the hamlet in delightful Langa Vonis most of the time.
Meanwhile, a political party is scouting for its chief ministerial candidate and the party chief recommends Sujatha’s (Ravi Kishan) name to the high command. A bomb blast attack on Sujatha spins the tale not before Radha is transferred to Hyderabad.
During the first half, director Chandra Mohan, who debuted with this film, has gone by the book to establish the characters; focusing on the love story and working on the comedy scenes. The story however, is very run-of-the-mill and predictable.
But it’s the film’s second half that comes to its rescue. The narration is quick and interesting as it deals with how the hero tricks the bad guys into confessing their crimes. The movie, which is made as a tribute to police, stands on point with its motto.
The hero is backed by the police department to teach a lesson to the politician who kills cops to his advantage. Sharwanand looked well-groomed and maintained a sleek look throughout the movie unlike his previous ones.