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Raja Raja Chora Movie review

Raja Raja Chora Movie review
Raja Raja Chora Movie review

Movie Review: Raja Raja Chora
Director:  Hasith Goli
Producers: Vishwa Prasad TG and Abhishek Agarwal
Music Director:  Vivek Sagar
Starring: Sree Vishnu, Megha Akash, Sunaina and others
Release date: 19th August 2021
Rating: 3/5


Raja Raja Chora Movie Review: Sree Vishnu and Megha Akash starrer Raja Raja Chora, helmed by Hasith Goli, has hit the theaters today on 19th August 2021. Let’s see the story of Raja Raja Chora.

Story: Bhaskar (Sree Vishnu) who is a thief, loves Sanjana (Megha Akash).  He poses as a software engineer whereas he also works in a Xerox shop. In a dramatic twist, Sanjana gets a huge shock when she comes to know that Bhaskar is already married and also has a son. What is the relation between Vidya (Sunaina) and Bhaskar?  Is Bhaskar really married? What are the problems Bhaskar encounters? To get these answers, one should watch the movie Raja Raja Chora on the silver screen.

 Plus Points:

  • Performance
  • Entertainment
  • Story
  • BGM

Minus Points:

  • Second half slow pace

Performance: Sree Vishnu in  the role of Bhaskar gives outstanding performance. He is one of the major assets of this film. He becomes successful in tickling audiences’ funny bones with the fun. Sunaina as a Law student too does well in the screen time she has.  She does a decent job with her character. Megha Akash plays a character in Raja Raja Chora that most heroines have not played. She  impresses with her screen presence as well as glamour. Ravi Babu’s secret life holds the key to the unraveling of the plot of the film and he is good in this role.  Srikanth Iyengar as a doctor is ok. Gangavva’ character is interesting and she is impressive with her performance.   Ajay Ghosh, Kadambari Kiran, Vasu Inturi and Tanikella Bharani  perform accordingly.

Technical:  The story of Raja Raja Chora is interesting and fresh. Coming on the work of director Hasith Goli, he comes up with a fun first half and gives a good message in the second half. The songs and BGM by Vivek Sagar are good. Vedaraman Sankaran’ cinematography work is delightful. Viplav Nyshadam’s editing is ok. The emotional track in the second half was shown in a more detailed manner.

Analysis: The first half of Raja Raja Chora is entertaining, whereas the second half is slow-paced. Hasith Goli should have to pay more attention to the narrative in the second half. Overall Raja Raja Chora is a good emotional comedy entertainer. Must watch.


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