‘Anubhavinchu Raja’ movie review: Nothing redeeming about this one – The Hindu

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A twist within the story occurs halfway via Anubhavinchu Raja. It was an opportunity to sit down up and suppose that lastly, one thing is going on. It appeared like a sign of some semblance of a narrative in the remainder of the movie. For, no matter preceded the pre-interval twist was meandering and lacklustre, to place it mildly. Sadly, the twist is much from intriguing. Had it been written and executed higher, Anubhavinchu Raja might have been a coming-of-age story of an entitled brat. However because it stands, it’s a narrative that’s misplaced in a messy narration.

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The movie, produced by Annapurna Studios, begins by doffing its hat to Akkineni Nageswara Rao and Akkineni Nagarjuna and introduces us to the protagonist named Bangarraju (Raj Tarun), clearly a hat tip to the character essayed by Nagarjuna in Soggade Chinni Nayana (2016) and the sequel Bangarraju which is now within the making. Nonetheless, all this referencing fails to provide this movie’s protagonist a glamorous edge.

Anubhavinchu Raja

  • Forged: Raj Tarun, Kashish Khan
  • Route: Srinivas Gavireddy
  • Music: Gopi Sundar

Bangarraju is the only surviving member and heir of his household’s large wealth and lives by his grandfather’s guideline of residing life king dimension. We see him as an adolescent, with all of the indications of rising up into an entitled jerk within the village. The non-linear screenplay then introduces us to a grown-up Bangarraju who steps out of jail and begins life afresh in Hyderabad as a safety guard.

This Bangarraju is a modified man who’s duty-bound and thoughtful to individuals. What makes him flip a brand new leaf and the way he will get to the underside of a conspiracy varieties the remainder of the story. However earlier than we all know the reality, we endure a movie the place romance, comedy and crime evoke little curiosity.

Bangarraju falls in love with Shruti (Kashish Khan), an IT worker in one of many workplaces in Cyber Pearl. Her characterisation might be greatest described as a stereotypical cute-but-dumb heroine. Is there one thing new? Positive, she hates her wavy hair and straightens it every day. The hero prefers her as she is and he or she makes peace together with her curls. This facet is addressed so typically together with her deliberating on utilizing the straightener that it turns into a bore.

The precise battle level that’s revealed in direction of the climax can be old skool, and never in a great way. Been there, seen that in lots of mainstream movies. A ‘supari’ gang is thrown in to pave approach for a number of motion sequences. Raj Tarun is energetic as standard and emotes in line with what the story requires him to do. However there isn’t one scene that offers him the scope to make an enduring impression, not even within the poignant moments.

Adarsh Balakrishna is completely wasted and so is ‘Aadukalam’ Naren. Sudarshan because the hero’s buddy evokes a number of laughs and later wears a perplexed expression, similar to many people who have been watching the movie.

When the tip credit roll, it comes as an enormous aid.

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