Mass Raja Ravi Teja has embarked on a noble mission to support emerging actors and small-scale films through the launch of his production banner, RT Team Works. Under his banner, he has already produced notable films such as "Matti Kusthi" and "Ravanasura." Now, his latest offering, "Changure Bangaru Raja," featuring the talented young hero Karthik Rathnam, is generating buzz for its youthful appeal. The film is set to hit theaters today, and while the OTT deal is yet to be finalized, movie enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating its release. Let's delve into how "Changure Bangaru Raja" is poised to captivate and entertain audiences.
"Changure Bangaru Raja" tells the story of Raju (Karthik Ratnam), a hot-headed bike mechanic in a village who unknowingly accumulates enemies due to his short temper. His clash with Soma Naidu (Raj Tirandasu) sets off a chain of events, leading to unexpected developments. The narrative unfolds with the involvement of Veerabobbili ( Helen Shepard), Tata Rao (Satya), Santoshi( Khushita Kallapu) , SI Sanyasi Rao (Ajay), police officer Mangaratnam (Goldie Nissy), Gateelu (Ravi Babu), Varalakshmi (Ester Noronha), and CI Appanna (Inturi Vasu), as they become integral parts of the story's intriguing twists and turns.
Karthik Ratnam is known for his good acting skills. He did his best to perform well in the role. He came up with good expressions and attracted viewers with his mannerisms. Goldie Nissy is ok in the role of police Mangaratnam, the love interest of Karthik Ratnam. So too is Ester Noronha in the role of Varalakshmi, lover of Ravi Babu.
Satya did justice to his role of Tata Rao and Nitya Sri looked pretty young as his lover. Ajay did well in the role of SI who is out to nab the criminal. Inturi Vasu and Raj Tirandasu performed the other roles. Sunil gave a voice-over to the dog.
"Changure Bangaru Raja," penned by Satish Varma, revolves around the lives of three individuals: Mangaratnam, Tatarao, and Gateelu, who inadvertently become entangled in a murder investigation, causing their once-peaceful existence to spiral into chaos. The unexpected transformation of Veerabobbili, a dog, is at the heart of this intriguing story.
Satish Varma set out to create a riot of laughter with this premise. While the concept held promise and indeed managed to elicit some genuine laughs in a few scenes, at times it tested the patience of viewers with its reliance on conventional elements. But he made up for it with coherent Screenplay and direction. Varma initially captured the audience's imagination by narrating the story from the unique perspectives of Karthik Ratnam, Satya, and Ravi Babu. However, the narrative occasionally lost its momentum, but the interesting comedy segments gave a good overall experience to the viewers.
Aided by the commendable efforts of the cast, Satish Varma with interesting writing offered a wholesome entertainment through the film. The story's pacing remained consistent throughout both the first and second halves, missing opportunities for logical coherence along the way. The viewers were eventually granted a sense of relief when the film reached its conclusion.
The music by Krishna Saurabh received mixed reviews, while the background score beautified the film. NC. Sunder's cinematography was a highlight, offering visually pleasing moments. Unfortunately, Karthik Vunnava's editing could have been more efficient, leaving some room for disappointment in that department. Nevertheless, the production values from Ravi Teja's RT Team Works were of a high standard.
In conclusion, "Changure Bangaru Raja" had moments of humor and intrigue and Satish Varma with his consistent execution and pacing managed to entertain all. Despite some technical flaws, the film's writing and direction is near perfect.
In summary, Changure Bangaru Raja can be described as a rather lackluster entertainer. The initial buzz surrounding the project, fueled by Sathish Varma's successful collaboration with Ravi Teja, had raised high expectations among the audience. Given the presence of a talented actor like Karthik Ratnam, there was anticipation for a quality entertainment experience.
However, the film fell short on multiple fronts, primarily due to Satish Varma's inability to deliver a fresh and engaging story, a lackluster screenplay, and a seemingly disinterested approach to direction. It's unfortunate that he missed a golden opportunity provided by Ravi Teja's involvement.
In summary, Changure Bangaru Raja can be described as a hilarious entertainer. The initial buzz surrounding the project, fueled by Sathish Varma's successful collaboration with Ravi Teja, had raised high expectations among the audience. Given the presence of a talented actor like Karthik Ratnam, there was anticipation for a quality entertainment experience.
Satish Varma's ably delivered a fresh and engaging story, with interesting screenplay, and coupled with novel approach to direction. He made full use of the golden opportunity provided by Ravi Teja's involvement.
Majority of viewers enjoyed the significant portion of the film, which offered moments of laughter. Taking all these aspects into account, Cinejosh has assigned a Rating of 2 to Changure Bangaru Raja.