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REVIEW : RAJU MAHARAJU

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REVIEW : RAJU MAHARAJU

Film: RAJU MAHARAJU
Rating: 2/5
Banner: Sri Kumaraswamy Productions
Cast: Sarwanand, Surveen Chawla, Tashu Koushik, Mohan Babu, Ramya Krishna, Brahmanandam, Sunil, Dharmavarapu, LB Sri Ram, Rani, Jayasudha (guest role), Raghu Babu, Jayaprakash Reddy, Nutan Prasad etc
Cinematography: Ramesh Babu
Music: Chakri
Director: Durga Shankarnath
Producer: Kumara Swamy Pathikonda
Release Date: 18thJune 2009


Story:
A routine tale, the story begins with Kalyan ( Sarwanand) who is a spoilt brat and the reason for that is he hails from a rich family. His brother Chakravarthy ( Mohan Babu) is a big business tycoon and he is an idealistic man. Meanwhile, Kalyan and his friends are a spoilt lot and indulge in all sorts of fancy pleasures. He becomes very arrogant and does not care for anyone's feelings. His life takes a turn when he comes across Sneha (Survin) and falls in love with her instantly. However, Sneha turns him down knowing his background and nature. This makes Kalyan get into a shell and depressed. Ramya ( Ramya Krishna), Chakravarthy's wife notices this and convinces Sneha to act friendly with Kalyan for ten days and in the meantime she would do something. Sneha agrees for that and soon she develops a soft corner. However, Kalyan does a road accident and kills a person but does not even bother. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

Presentation:
The director has attempted to come up with a family treat and though the storyline is ok, the narrative and presentation was not upto the mark. The dialogues were dull, the script was written shoddily and the screenplay was horrendous. Music was just okay and the cinematography was good in the songs. Editing was needed at many places. Costumes and art department did their bit well. Coming to the cast, Mohan Babu carried off his role gracefully while Ramya still looks hot and ravishing. The real show stealer was Sarwanand who came up with a brilliant performance. Surveen was neat but could have been better, Tashu looked exotic and gave a good visual feast. Brahmanandam and Sunil did their bit to appease. The others were just brief.

Conclusion:
The film was ideally meant to be a mix of family sentiment and comedy but then the first half was a drag with not much to relish. The second half was an overdose of sentiment and it failed to touch the audience in anyway. The real highlight of the film is Sarwanand with his performance which would appeal and enough visual feast from Tashu for the B and C centre audience. The film will survive only through word of mouth publicity.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Disappointing!!!

Tags: Raju Maharaju, Sarwanand, Surveen Chawla, Tashu Koushik, Mohan Babu, Ramya Krishna, Brahmanandam, Sunil, Dharmavarapu, Lb Sri Ram, Rani, Jayasudha
Posted On : 18th June, 2009
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