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Times of India
Story: Two love birds, whose love story finds a romantic host in the picturesque landscape of Rann of Kutch who as luck would have it, get separated owing to various reasons leaving the lover dejected. It's finally love that wins over nefarious forces at work.
Review: The most anxiously awaited movie of the month, rather the year, Rasiya Tari Radha Rokani Rann Ma, enjoys a powerful star cast of Vikram Thakor and Mamta Soni, playing the lead. While the film, with its plot comes across as a regular potboiler meant for the entertainment consumption of hardcore Mamta Soni and Vikram Thakor fans, what makes Rasiya Tari Radha Rokani Rann Ma, as nice Gujarati movie is its music. With melodious tracks numbers like Rasiya Tari Radha Rokani Rann Ma, which is the title track, and the Ilu Ilu (Taari Jode Illu Ilu Karvo Se) song based on the tunes of popular Gujarati Garba add pace to the first half of the movie which appears a tad slow. The pace however picks up with the Ilu Ilu song and the entry of Vasim Bloch, who shows up his potential as a promising debutant to watch out for in the industry. The second half surprisingly moves faster with the storyline getting preppy with the editor doing a good job. The most interesting part of the movie is a romantically inclined camel riding hero singing mushy songs in one scene and the hero doing action scenes again, riding on the camel. While the Gujarati audience gave the action scenes thumbs up with whistles and shouting Shu Vaat Chhe at the theatres, doing action scenes at the Rann of Kutch seems to be a good decision by the action director of the film. Director Hussain Bloch sticks to a predictable storyline. The movie is watchable if you stop comparing it with a Bollywood film. Music scores over.