Rajatantra Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- PVR Swamy Googaredoddi
- Good plot and decent performance
- Narration is not up to the mark
Rajatantra is a political thriller directed by PVR Swamy Googaredoddi. Raghavendra Rajkumar, Bhavya, Neenasam Ashwath, Doddanna, VenkateshPrasad and Ranjan Hasan are in the cast. Sri Suresh composed the music and JM Prahalad produced the film.
Rajaram, a retired military officer, wants to change a society, which has many negative aspects. He aims to make his place clean without any societal issues. He leads a satisfying life and helps people as far as he could. He gets ready to solve an issue faced by his cook’s son. Soon after entering into the issue, he finds that it is not simple but complicated and should be rooted out from the base. Was he able to clear the issues? What happened to him in the end? The answers form the rest of the story.
Raghavendra Rajkumar did his best and he fits well in character.
While reading the script, it looks interesting. But, the makers didn’t concentrate well and missed out on the perfect narration. If a narration is not good, even though the actors play well, the film loses its identity. That’s what happened here. However, the script seems to be penned for Raghavendra. His character is depicted well and he did it well. However, in certain action scenes, Raghavendra Rajkumar looks unsatisfied. The movie deals with various issues in society, including how innocent people are dragged into the drug racket, how the lives of the youth are spoiled and the impact of some politics. If the narration had been better, the film would have reached a good level.
What’s Not There?
Although the film comes with a good story, the weak narration played in the game and pulled it down. If you want to see the matured performance of Raghavendra Rajkumar, watch it for him!