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Anubhavinchu Raja Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, November 26, 2021 • Kannada ]
Anubhavinchu Raja Review
Banner:
Annapurna Studios Pvt Ltd, Sree Ventakeswara Cinemas LLP
Cast:
Raj Tarun
Direction:
Sreenu Gavireddy
Production:
Supriya Yarlagadda
Music:
Gopi Sundar

Anubhavinchu Raja Movie Review

'Anubhavinchu Raja' hit the screens today. In this section, we are going to review the box office release.

Story:

Raju, also known as Bangaram, hails from Bhimavaram. After suffering from a tragedy in childhood, he becomes a seeker of pleasure. He starts living life full size. The film takes a leap and the grown-up Bangaram (Raj Tarun) is now a security guard in the city. His affluence may have deserted him, we suspect. But Bangaram is soon going to settle scores with a bunch of supari killers and their ringmaster.

Why does he want to do it? Why did he leave Bhimavaram in the first place? What is his link with an altruistic village head (played by Aadukulam Naren)? Answers to these questions are found as the story progresses?

Anubhavinchu Raja Movie Review

Analysis:

Writer-director Sreenu Gavireddy belongs to a category of filmmakers who want to take the audience on a nostalgic ride. 'Anubhavinchu Raja' is more a 1990s-style film where the hero's flirtations with half-saree-clad girls (only one of them is shown and she is, unfortunately, Ariyana Glory) are romanticized. His greatest crowning glory is his undying interest in the cockfighting sport (which is visualized in a very basic manner, giving no visual highs). There is a villain and he is more a black sheep (in a TV serial kinda way).

The premise of the film is primitive. Therefore, the characterization had to be novel. And the rom-com track should have been memorable. The film, however, would have none of it.

Anubhavinchu Raja Movie Review

Kashish Khan is introduced as Shruti, who is Hyderabad's only techie managing to survive without GPay/PayTM/PhonePe. Bangaram, the security guard at her company, bails her out every single time. At one place, he saves her from ignominy by making a 'bakra' out of a cop, who is conveniently played by a comedian. Comedian Sudarshan plays his sidekick, who doesn't mind body-shaming himself.

The rom-com track makes the entire first half nearly unbearable. The second half is at least less immature, considering that Naren, Ajay and the conflicts involved around the characters played by them come to the fore. But even these segments have too many stale elements.

Anubhavinchu Raja Movie Review

Gopi Sundar's music was lively in 'Most Eligible Bachelor'. Here, it is made lifeless by the mediocre picturization of songs. The cinematography by Nagesh Banell is listless. The technical department does a shockingly average job despite the fact that the film has been produced by two good banners: Annapurna Studios and Sree Venkateswara Cinemas LLP.

Anubhavinchu Raja Movie Review

Raj Tarun looks convincing in the portions where he is his own 'Raja'. He fails to look the part of a security guard in the city. Kashish Khan is rendered obsolete by the poor characterization. The rest of the cast are average, including seasoned actors like Naren.

Verdict:

'Anubhavinchu Raja' can be given a miss.

Rating: 2 / 5.0

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