Movie: Anubhavinchu Raja
Cast: Raj Tarun, Ajay, Posani Krishna Murali, Khashish Khan, and others
Director: Srinivas Gavi Reddy
Producer: Supriya Yarlagadda
Music: Gopi Sunder
Run Time: 2h 11min
Release: 26 November 2021
iQlikMovies Rating: 2.5/5
Raj Tarun is back to test his luck at the box office with his new film Anubhavinchu Raja, produced by his debut film production company Annapurna Studios. Khashish Khan made her debut as a female lead with the film. Srinivas Gavireddy is the film's director. Check out the film's review here.
Raj Tharun inherits his grandfather's wealth at a very young age. He lives a lavish life back in his village but he puts all that away to prove his worth and joins as a security guard at an IT company in Hyderabad. Why did he choose to do this? What did he do as a security guard? What happens in the end? Forms the film's story.
Raj Tarun is a good talent who can perform comedy well. The role he played in the film is like a cakewalk for the actor. He is in his element and displayed an entertaining performance. The leading lady Kashish Khan looks fresh and her chemistry with Raj Tarun is impressive. She performed well and looked good on the screen. Ajay essayed a crucial role in the film which is a bit different from the regular characters he played so far. He played the part well. Sudarshan's comedy worked well. The rest of the cast is impressive.
The film's director Srinivas Gavireddy picked up an interesting plotline that has a great scope of entertainment. The situational comedy worked well in the film. The film's camera work is neat. The visuals are appealing. The film's background score is decent but the audio album failed to make a mark. The editing is good. The production values are grand. Technically, the film is good.
Although the director picked up an entertaining plotline, there is nothing new in it. We have seen a similar kind of film a lot of times already. However, the director tried to drive the film to suit the audiences in the current times. The conversations are hilarious in many scenes. Comedy is the major element that the director banked on. The first half of the film is packed with all the required elements in the right proportion but the second half appears a bit dull. The climax is rushed and the narration also goes up and down. But, the entertainment quotient delivered in the right proportion is a big relief to the viewers.
Weak Second Half
Final Verdict: Anubhavinchu Raja is a time pass comedy!
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