Rajanna review: Rajanna movie review - Rajanna Telugu movie review: King Akkineni Nagarjuna’s yet another experimental movie Rajanna has finally arrived! Rajanna movie is coming with deceptive publicity and an underdog play. So let&.....
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Rajanna review: Rajanna movie review - Rajanna Telugu movie review: King Akkineni Nagarjuna’s yet another experimental movie Rajanna has finally arrived! Rajanna movie is coming with deceptive publicity and an underdog play. So let’s check out Rajanna Telugu movie review to find out whether Nag was able to grab all eye balls for not!
Set in 1950 era, after British left India, these Zamindars, Razakkars and the Nizam's men brutally ruled the villages. Rajanna (Nagarjuna) was an inspirational and passionate frontrunner who fought against the oppression and tyranny of the feudal 'Zamindars'. Eventually, Rajanna’s dies to save the village from the Razakkars. Later, Rajanna’s daughter ‘Mallama’ is brought up and she’s caught ignorant of her father’s daring repute. The plot unveils as how Mallama comes to know the truth about her father’s bravery and how she brings the matter to the fore.
Rajanna movie comes with fantastic camerawork and gripping screenplay. Director Vijayendra Prasad has done a praiseworthy job to successfully and effectively portray Razakkars ruthless ruling and how Rajanna rescued them. And Rajamouli’s works on action episodes were simply remarkable. One of the best parts of Rajanna includes how Vijayendra Prasad was able to envision and made the characters follow his loop. Parts like Rajanna singing revolutionary songs about rising against the order of the day were just terrific.
Rajanna characterization and his willingness to rise and fight injustice against the Nizam's kingdom were brilliantly shot. Vijayendra Prasad has done lot of research and homework on the Nizam’s rule and that’s evidently seen on the camera. The Nizam’s and the autocratic rules of the Zamindars were well shot and high temp scenes involving the small girl were also well picturized.
Undoubtedly, Rajanna is one of the best movies of the year and director Vijayendra Prasad has done an excellent job in penning the anecdote. The lead character (Rajanna) is more inspirational rather heroic. Also, Kudos to Nagarjuna for choosing such a script. Rajanna is a film depicting the true story of how Razakkars ruthless ruling affected lives and how people were able successfully counter. And in this connection, the scenes and setting shown during the era of post-independence was simply superb. The art work needs a special commendation. Rajamouli played his part too – spicing up the movie his spectacular action sequences.
MM Keeravani is another hero behind the screens. His brilliant music and background took the temp of Rajanna to a completely different level. Nagarjuna’s revolutionary fight against the British resembles scenes from Sr. NTR’s Major Chandrakanth and Krishna’s Alluri Seetharamaraju. The first half might play a spoilsport till the lead character’s entry but the movie gains momentum later. The small girl’s performance is a excellent. Since she drives the movie all through, her performance deserves great applause. Don’t be surprized if she’s sweeps all awards.
Nagarjuna is great as Rajanna. His costumes, Telangana accent dialogue delivery is wonderful. Although he previously uttered Telangana slang in King, Nag has done a fantastic job in this backdrop.
Annie – (the small girl) is outstanding. She has done a terrific job and has stunned everyone with her spellbinding performance. Her apt expressions and dialogue delivery are impeccable. Surely there are several offers beckoning her! Sneha looks adequate as Nagarjuna’s wife and Swetha Menon also looks good as Dorasani.
Hero’s late entry
Songs are a huge strength to the movie. Keeravani has done more than justice with his fabulous background score. Camera and art work were commendable but the editing should have been crispier, particularly in the first half.
Rajanna movie review: Rajanna’s talk has already been positive and no wonder. Rajanna is one of the best movies of the year. Nag once again proved why he’s ‘king’ of experimental movies and Watch out for Annie’s performance.
Rajanna Rating: 3.5 / 5