Raj Tharun is coming to entertain movie lovers with Anubhawinchu Raja. The film directed by Srinivas Gavireddy hit the screens today. Let us find out what Anubhavinchu Raja offered to movie lovers.
Raj (Raj Tharun) works as a security guard at an IT firm. Unaware of his job, a beautiful girl Shruti (Kashish Khan) working as a software engineer in the same company and who hates security guards fall in love with him. Even as their blossoming romance hits the rock-bottom, shocking developments take place in Raj's life. To find out more about it and what flashback Raj has, enjoys Anubhavinchu Raja on big screen
Artists, Technicians Review
Director Srinivas Gavireddy tried to show Raj Tharun elevating his strengths in a mass romantic entertainer. He chose a typecast story, though routine having village and city backdrop and showed Raj Tharun in a mass avatar. He started off the narration in a good manner and the first half sails off with entertaining, romantic, mass, and action elements with few twists here and there. A couple of dialogues are also connected chords with the viewers evoking laughs. The first half ends on a decent note and expectations increase over the second half.
But into the second half, flashback episodes showcasing the village atmosphere turn routine, and the comedy also became outdated. The conflict point is not elevated properly and the way film ended one gets a feeling that it ended abruptly. Even the romantic scenes between Raj Tharun and Kashish Khan looked forced and are not highlighted properly.
Raj Tharun performed well in the role of a carefree youngster who is out to enjoy his life. He showed different variations in emotions as the twists unraveled. He entertained with his antics and screen presence. His dialogue delivery is good and attracts masses with his accent. Kashish Khan got a limited screen presence and she attracted with her looks. She did well as a debutante and impressed with her dialogue delivery and expressions. Sudarshan performed well and entertained with his hilarious antics with Raj Tharun. Adukalam Naren, Ajay, and Adarsh Balakrishnan made their presence felt.
Gopi Sunder's music is good. All his songs are foot-tapping and are well shot and choreographed. He elevated the scenes with his background music. Nagesh Barnell's cinematography showed urban and rural atmosphere and variations in it in a perfect manner giving a new feel to the viewers. Chota K Prasad's editing could have been better in the second half as there are many routine scenes that slowed the pace of the film. Production values are good.
Srinivas Gavireddy selected a story that has routine elements but tried to attract viewers with his screenplay and direction including a few twists and turns and hilarious elements. He emerged successful to some extent but failed to take off the losing plot in the second half. Had he continued in the same vein throughout the narration, Anubhavinchu Raja would have turned out to be a wholesome entertainer. Considering all these elements, CJ goes with a 2.25 rating for Anubhavinchu Raja.