Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru, starring newcomers Kiran Abbavaram, Rahasya Gorak, Raj Kumar, Yazurved Gurram in the lead roles has garnered good buzz, thanks to intriguing teasers and trailer.
The youthful romantic entertainer released today. Let us see whether the film keeps the viewers engaged or not.
Raja is neck-deep in love with Rani. But he finds it hard to approach Rani and confess his love towards her. Same is the case with Rani as well. She also loves Raja but doesn’t convey it to him. The duo are later made to go through serious pain due to unforeseen circumstances. Will they ever confess their love towards each other? If yes, how do they? The answers to these questions form the remaining story.
Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru has a tried and tested plot. But the director, Ravi Kiran gives it a new spin with his near-to-heart narrative and screenplay. He scores the brownie points with the beautiful presentation of a complex love story.
There is some lag in the first half as a few scenes were stretched out. But the comedy sequences that follow soon after make it a good watch.
The film was entirely shot in a village and it gives a native vibe to the proceedings. This offers a new experience to the Telugu audience.
The lead pair, Kiran Abbavaram and Rahasya Gorak come up with good performances and their chemistry is really good. The rest of the star cast play their roles well.
Vidya Sagar’s cinematography is very impressive. The film is visually rich. Jayakrish’s music is another asset to the film. His background score is of top quality.
Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru is a natural love drama, which has village backdrop. It is technically sleek and presented neatly. It will be a good watch this weekend.
Rating – 2.75