Critics View :Ramcharan carried the film on his shoulders
Rachcha is what it promises – an entertainer through and through. The film has all the ingredients required of a potboiler that Ramcharan Teja has been so badly wanting afterOrange.
Rachcha does justice to fans’ expectations with some good masala thrown in the form of heroics, a few foot-tapping songs, good dance moves by Ramcharan and some reasonably good action sequences in the climax.
Ramcharan reminds in most part his father, and in some scenes his Babai, especially in dialogue delivery, body language and emoting. Some of his dialogues are aimed for the front benches, and one dialogue even makes fun of Balakrishna. Ramcharan is a good dancer like his father, and his moves in Rachcha title song and remix Vaana Velluvai are great fun to watch.
Ramcharan Teja carries the film on his shoulders with reasonable success and the audience will have some good time-pass with this entertainer. Ramcharan can look for a hit after the cold reception to Orange with this film.