Movie : Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam
Director : Kalyan Krishna
Producer : Nagarjuna Akkineni
Music Director : Devi Sri Prasad
Starring : Naga Chaithanya, Rakul Preeth Singh
TeluguSquare.com rating 3.25/5
Bhramaramba (Rakul Preet Singh) is a village girl who is very fond of her father (Sampath). She is committed doing anything that comes into her mind and also sticks to her commitments. In an unexpected situation, she lands into the city for studies. Her mom cautions about city boys and she promises that she would marry the one who is acceptable to her father.
Shiva (Naga Chaitanya) becomes acquainted with her in the town and Bhramaramba tells Shiva that whenever he feels the love for her in his mind, she would leave him. Although Shiva loves her he doesn’t reveal her in a fear of losing her. But Bhramaramba understands his feelings, in the name of friendship and says goodbye to Shiva. How both of these meet again? What is their family background?. What is the relation between Shiva’s father (Jagapathi Babu ) and Brahamaramba’s father? forms the plot.
The main attraction for the film is Naga Chaitanya-Rakul Preet’s pair. Even though they have shared the screen for the first time, the chemistry was well developed. Chaitu as a jovial boy is impressive. Rakul looks apt in the role of Bhramaramba. This is the first time in recent times, a heroine was seen in traditional dress throughout the film, giving a feeling of seeing a Telugu girl. Jagapathi Babu and Sampath Raju have impressed with their roles. Though there are many comedians in the film, only Vennala Kishore has created some laughs. The director was able to focus only on four roles while casting was heavily visible.
Devi Sri impressed with his music, Each scene was a colorful rainbow, thanks to cinematography. The scenes are beautifully written but the director should have concentrated on the plot.
Director Kalyan Krishna Kurasala made the film very colorful with a family atmosphere and beautiful Village locations. It gives a felling as if we are watching Nagarjuna’s’ Ninepelladutha film. There are no key twists in the film. In the first half, the scenes between Shiva and Bhramarambala are very funny. Vennela Kishore’s comedy is another major highlight.The two songs in the first half are pretty good. The director gave importance to Love, comedy scenes in the first half.
In the second half, Emotional scenes have dominated. The director tried to show the story of a girl who had a mental conflict between her father and a loved one. Compared to the first half, the second half lacks entertainment. The film is predictable with no twists. The climax is impressive. Keeping the mass audience in mind the action scenes are designed. The director should have concentrated on other characters other than the lead characters.
Rakul Preet Singh
There are now boring scenes
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam is a decent Family entertainer