RACHCHA movie review: Technically sound, but lacks storyline

Mon, April 9, 2012 12:10pm UTC by 4 Comments
RACHCHA movie review: Technically sound, but lacks storyline

After delivering a blockbuster like Magadheera two years ago, it was felt that actor Ram Charan Teja, son of Telugu megastar Chiranjeevi, would be occupying the pivotal place in the industry that indisputably belonged to his actor-turned-politician father

Unfortunately, his next film Orange after Magadheera, produced by his uncle Naga Babu and directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar, was a flop. Therefore, Ram Charan took a longer time to accept a film and to select a commercially viable script before giving the nod to debutant Sampath Nandi’s screenplay. Rachcha is much better than Orange, but cannot be minutely compared to the Magadheera.In the latest film, Ram Charan has added a lot of appeal with daring action sequences. But he must improve his dialogue delivery.

Rachcha is about the protagonist Raju, who always wins in betting. He finds himself in a tough situation when his father is diagnosed with serious health problems and needs to undergo surgery for a liver transplant. To earn money for his father’s treatment, Raju bets with an underworld hireling to make business tycoon Ballary’s daughter Chaithra (played by Tamannaah), fall in love with him. Raju succeeds in his mission and even wins the bet. The film is filled with twists and turns, which show Raju has a secret mission to accomplish and Chaithra is in fact not the real daughter of Ballary.

Rachcha lacks a credible storyline and boasts of lacklustre and ordinary presentation. Although it is technically well-versed, the film is essentially a formulaic presentation with a mix of everything. The action sequences have taken a little more space than the other commercial elements. The director has taken a beaten path, which lacks variety and freshness. Even the music of the film by veteran composer Mani Sharma fails to strike a chord with the audience. However, the major attraction of the film is lead actor Tamannaah, who sizzles on the screen. She looks gorgeous and creates an impression with her energetic performance. There is not a single dull moment when she is on screen.

The glamour quotient in the Vaana vaana song is aimed at pleasing the younger audience and Tamannaah scores well throughout the song. Ram Charan’s action and dance sequences are a treat to his fans and remind of his father Chiranjeevi. He shows lot of style and energy in his performance, but fails to make an impact in emotional sequences. Comic actors Brahmanandam, Ali, Venu Madhav and Krishna Bhagawan excel with their performances. Mukesh Rishi, Kota Sreenivasa Rao and Dev Gill, who play the baddies, are also quite impressive.Subscribe to me on YouTube

  • SURESH

    RAM CHARAN RACHA

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  • Ann

    Rachcha’s storyline is a pot-pourri of recent telugu films. There are too many quotes and dialogues that refer to popular telugu cinema. Tammannah’s role mixed her character in Badrinath+Oosaravelli and seems weak in the end.
    I am not particularly impressed by Ram Charan as an actor, but his dances are a treat to watch (he delivers the best expressions when dancing!) and he is ALWAYs up for unusual stunts (horseriding, rollerblading, motor/car racing, etc…) which is becoming his trademark.
    I would NOT give it a 3.5/5 as much of the Andhra media did. I think it deserves 2.5, only because the technical department made it a WOW!. Story is very very common.

  • srujan

    bokka cinema


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