Raja The Great Movie Review – Entertainer

rp_rtg-1-300x300.jpgMovie: Raja the Great
Cast: Ravi Teja, Mehreen, Vivan, Radhika, Srinivas Reddy, Prakash Raj
Music: Sai Karthik
Directed by: Anil Ravapudi
Producer: Dil Raju, Sirish
TeluguSquare.com Rating 3.25/5


Prakash (Prakash Raj) a sincere Police Officer, he knows nothing other than his Duty and his daughter Lucky (Mehreen). Prakash habit to celebrate his daughter’s birthday grandly in his hometown. He promises his daughter next year. After that, Prakash a surprise for her in the next year. He gets transformed to Nalgonda district, the Bhuvanagiri area. He kills criminal Devaraj (Vivan) younger brother, His daughter Lucky also helps him. Devaraj takes revenge of his brother’s death and kills all the officers and Prakash who are responsible for his brother’s death but Lucky escapes. Prakash while dying believes that God will send someone who can save his daughter.

Raja (Ravi Teja) is born blind. Raja is trained in martial arts and his mother, Anantha Lakshmi (Radhika) believes that her son will be the Raja the Great. IG Sampath Lakshmi appoints Raja in a secret mission to rescue Lucky. How Raja saves lucky? Forms the other story.


After two years Ravi Teja appeared on the screen and once again proved that there no short of his energy or mass appeal. He gave his double energy for the film. In his role as a blind man, his humour was dazzled. He once again proved that he is no match in action scenes along with comedy timing. Mehreen looks beautiful as the heroine, her performance in the Emotional Scenes was good. As a villain, Vivan competed with Ravi Teja to generate fun. Vivian scored good marks as a stylish villain. Radhika known for her sophisticated characters on television come up with good comedy timing. Her experience has elevated the scenes during the climax. Srinivas Reddy as the hero friend, Prakash Raj, Sampath and Tanikella Bharani have done justice to his roles.


The director Anil Ravipudi who made an attempt to show the hero in the role of a blind man was successful. Although The hero was blind, the film never missed any commercial elements. The first half is fully entertaining and the second half is slow and boring a bit as there is no novelty in the storytelling. However, he impressed with his screenplay.

Anil was successful infusing humour in every scene, Anil has definitely scared a hattrick with this film. Mohan Krishna’s cinematography is another plus for the film. The scenes shot in Darjeeling are pretty rich, Action scenes are impressive. Sai Karthik’s songs are not so memorable but the BGM was good. Editing and production values are good.
Plus points:
Ravi Teja acting

Minus Points:
Second Half Length

Raja the Entertainer