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Rarandoi Veduka ChudhamStory:
A happy-go-lucky boy falls in love with a village belle and after initially facing rejection from her, realises that he has a lot to do to win her love.
Rarandoi Veduka ChudhamReview:
Rarandoi Veduka Chudham uses the age-old run-of-the-mill set-up to establish the story and its characters. As far as the plot is concerned, there is nothing new that one can expect from the family drama - fathers pampering their children, children falling in love with the enemy’s son and the clichés. Finally, when things are set to take an offbeat turn, a simple clarification of a misunderstanding brings the plot to a happy ending; bummer!
Siva (Naga Chaitanya) visits a village to attend his cousin’s marriage and falls for Brahmaramba (Rakul Preet) at first sight. Brahmaramba rebuffs his attempts time and again until she moves to Vizag to pursue her MBA. Being a pampered girl who is unassertive, Brahmaramba calls up Siva for support and starts going out with him.
Rift arises when Brahma makes it clear to Siva that she is looking for an appropriate suitor (as her relatives insist on getting a knight in shining armour as her life partner) pushing Siva to eventually confess his love for her. This mostly takes the screen time till the first half, with a few laughs evoked by Vennela Kishore here and there.
Naga Chaitanya has tried this genre for the first time and his efforts are more or less commendable. Especially, out of all, you might like his acting during an emotional scene between him and Brahma before the interval.
Rakul Preet looked average in the movie in traditional langa vonis and did her bit with ease. Characters of Posani Krishna Murali, Raghu Babu, Prudhvi, Tagubothu Ramesh, Sapthagiri and Sudharshan seemed forcefully inculcated to evoke a little humour in the narration. The flow of scenes is so incoherent that it makes you feel like you are watching the movie somewhere from the middle of it (in a forward mode), at least in the first half.
The drama unveils in the second half and the narration picks pace. From the actual reason behind the rivalry of good friends turned foes to how the hero cleverly uses his wit to make things fall into place, the director manages to earn some brownie points here.
Kannada actress Kousalya is seen in a Telugu film after a very long time and she essays a meaningful role. Sampath and Jagapathi Babu too have done their bit well in the roles they played.
Cinematography by S V Visveshwar’s imagery looks rich on the silver screen and the entire setting of the film is visually pleasant. Though Devi Sri Prasad’s initially seems average unlike his previous hits but will surely grow on you after it blends with the cinematography on screen.
The movie has been successful in pulling family audiences to packed theatres with its melodramatic appeal, which, of course is quite a rarity these days. And with a plus point like this, Rarandoi veduka Chuddam might pass off as a one-time-watch this summer.
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రారండోయ్.. వేడుక చూద్దాం సినిమా రివ్యూ