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REVIEW : RAJAVARI CHEPALA CHERUVU

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REVIEW : RAJAVARI CHEPALA CHERUVU

Film: RAJAVARI CHEPALA CHERUVU
Rating: 1.75/5
Banner: Lakshmi Ganapathi Films
Cast: Posani, Gaina, Brahmanandam, Ali, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Raghubabu, MS, Krishna Bhagawan, Sunil, Venumadhav, Giribabu, Ranganath, Chalapati Rao, Kondavalasa, Zubeda Khan, Shakeel etc.
Music: Vandemataram Srinivas
Camera: Gadiraju Srinivas
Director: Posani
Producers: Subramanyam, Rupesh Y
Release Date: May 15, 2009


Story:
A typical story, the tale begins with inspector Raja (posani) who is known for his eccentric ways but then there is always truth in it. He picks up a feud with the local MLA Kota (kota) since his son throws acid on a girl. Their rivalry becomes big when Sivaprasad (Giri Babu) a kind hearted man joins politics but his family is dragged into the picture by Kota. However, Raja intervenes and makes Kota apologize in public. Meanwhile, his daughter (Zubeida) and son in law ( Shakeel) decide to use this as opportunity and kill Kota portraying it as suicide and the son in law becomes MLA. Meanwhile, Raja is suspended due to this and they also succeed in making his wife Sirisha ( Gaina) not to conceive. Raja takes all this into his stride and applies for a fishing pond for business. He approaches the MLA and due to the heavy corruption involved, he is forced to bribe the entire chain of government officials. But all this happens for a reason, what is that forms the rest of the story.

Presentation:
The director has attempted to come up with a social awakening message and though the idea is good, the narrative and presentation was extreme. The dialogues were sleazy as usual, the script was written well and the screenplay was suitable. Music was alright and the two songs were time pass. Camera was shaky all the time causing eye strain. Editing could have been better. Posani was his eccentric self and showed traces of his hyper energy. The girl Gaina who did his wife's role was cute and sexy. The other cast like Brahmanandam, Kota, Krishna Bhagawan, Brahmaji, Kondavalasa, Venu Madhav, Sunil, Sana etc., contributed their bit. Shakeel was raw, the one to watch out for is Zubeda Khan since she is sensuous and has got enough oomph. The others were okay.

Conclusion:
Though the film was slated to be a satire, the dose of it was less. While the first half goes off with moderate pace and enough moments for the mass audience to relish, the second half loses the momentum and though the idea was good it was dragged a bit too far. Also, the nudity aspect was not something to be relished on the screen and it was another embarrassing thing. The film might go well with the mass audience for the typical eccentricity of Posani and few good points he wanted to make for the society but then there is nothing more to it.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Partly sensible, mostly sleazy

Tags: Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu, Posani, Gaina, Brahmanandam, Ali, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Raghubabu, Ms, Krishna Bhagawan, Sunil, Venu Madhav, Giribabu, Ranganath, Chalapati Rao, Kondavalasa, Zubeda Khan, Shakeel, Vandemataram Srinivas, Gadiraju Srinivas, Posa
Posted On : 15th May, 2009
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