Rarandoy Veduka Choodham Telugu Movie

Feature Film | 2017 | U | Comedy, Family, Romance
Critics:
Audience:
Rarandoi Veduka Choodham is an average entertainer without the wow factor. But even then, there are not any boring sequences which work in the movie's favour to keep the audience entertained. One Time Watch!
May 26, 2017 By NR

Shiva (Naga Chaitanya) falls in love with Brahmaramba (Rakul Preet Singh) after he meets her at a marriage. Later, they meet again in Vishakapatnam when Brahmaramba comes there to study but Brahmaramba is that kind of girl who has no interest in love for her. How Shiva manages to win her hand is the rest of the movie all about?


Naga Chaitanya is seen a jovial guy in the movie. But in emotional scenes, the actor has pulled off a couple of scenes in terms of performance but then as a whole in the emotional sequences, the actor should have done very well. The role of Brahmarambha is going to be the career best role for Rakul Preet Singh since it is a heroine-centric role mostly. She struggled at places but performed well in few places. Jagapathi Babu stood out in a limited appearance. Sampath Raj is also good well in a father role. There are several comedians in the film but only Vennela Kishore made an impact even though it is a small role.


Kalyan Krishna Kurasala came up with a routine story for his Second film and as in the case of Soggade Chinni Nayana tried to bring freshness with the treatment. The first half is good with the scenes between the lead pair and Vennela Kishore comedy and the second half is stuffed with emotional sequences. There are some scenes which work but as a whole the experience lacks novelty.


A couple of numbers composed by Devi Sri Prasad are impressive and they are well shot. The background score is excellent. Cinematography is good with colourful visuals. Editing could have been better. The Pen is solid and production values are good.


Finally, Rarandoi Veduka Choodham is an average entertainer without the wow factor. But even then, there are not any boring sequences which work in the movie's favour to keep the audience entertained. One Time Watch!

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