Posani Krishna always comes up with shocking ways of conveying various social messages. In his last movie Mental Krishna he tried to do this by acting like an eccentric and sadist. In Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu too he attempts to make people wake up to the present state of affairs in the state in the role of an eccentric and yet upright police officer.
In RCC he takes beautiful pieces of clothes but fails to stitch them perfectly. The dress is colorful alright, but it's kind of garish and too loud.
There is the sub plot of Giribabu, an upcoming politician with honest intention. His election plank is social justice. He is challenged by Kota, a senior and crooked politician. But even more sinister are the daughter and daughter-in-law of Kota. They bend every rule in the book to reach their goals.
Posani catches and puts in lock up a snubbed lover who throws his love interest in to hot cauldron of bitumen. The girl struggles for her life in a hospital. Posani tries to give justice to the girl.
All these have strong resemblance to real life incidents and developments in the state. Giribabu's role is inspired by Chiranjivi's entry in to politics. The girl who suffers because of a snubbed boyfriend is based on the true story that happened in the state not so long ago. Only Posani has modified the role police officers that actually killed the accused in an encounter in AP.
The rationalization of the main character in meting out justice in an unique way is appreciable. But the movie gets loud and sleazy. The attempt to expose the modus operandi of corrupt officials in the state is superb. But the dialogs are very lengthy and get jarring after some time.
If handled with a little sophistication this movie could have been a good one as theme is current and socially relevant.
(2 / 5) : Average