Anubhavinchu Raja is directed by Srinivas Gavireddy Scriptwriter and director Srinivas Gavireddy will >> Read More... and produced by Supriya Yarlagadda Supriya Yarlagadda is an Indian actor and producer >> Read More... . Gopi Sundar The precious icon of the Indian music industry, Go >> Read More... composed the music. Vijay Binni Bio coming soon... >> Read More... took care of the visuals. “ Chota K Prasad Chota K Prasad is an editor by profession in the I >> Read More... ” edited the film. Raj Tarun Raj Tarun is a Tollywood actor who made his debut >> Read More... and Kashish Khan Bio coming soon... >> Read More... played the lead roles. Posani Krishna Murali Posani Krishna Murali is a Telugu celebrity actor, >> Read More... , Actor Ajay Ajay is an actor, known mostly for his movies in T >> Read More... , Aadukalam Naren Aadukalam Naren was born in Chennai the heartland >> Read More... , Ravi Krishna Ravi Krishna is a South Indian actor who predomina >> Read More... , Temper Vamsi Temper Vamsi is a Telugu actor, who is well known >> Read More... , Sudharshan, Ariyana, and Aadarsh Balakrishna Aadarsh Balakrishna is a Telugu cum Hindi actor wh >> Read More... are seen in supporting roles.
Bangaram is from a wealthy family and is the sole owner of the property left by his grandfather. All his family members are killed in an accident. On the death bed, his grandfather tells him to enjoy life. He was just 8 when his grandfather handed over his properties and passed away. He grows as a spoiled brat. Although he is wealthy, he joins an IT company in Hyderabad as a security guard. There, he falls in love with Shruti, an IT employee. His job is a hindrance to his love life. Besides this, his life is in danger, and some gangsters target him. He escaped from them, luckily. Why did he come to Hyderabad? What is the purpose of joining an IT company as security? Who tries to kill him? The answers are discussed in the rest of the story.
Raj Tarun did his part well. Kashish looks good. But, the chemistry between the leads is not impressive. Naren, Ajay, Sudharshan, and the other stars had done a satisfactory job.
The story has brought nothing new. The first half looks exciting, and the second half is lengthy. Many scenes didn’t have logical explanations. Certain characters are not designed well, and some roles are inserted in the story with no purpose. Some stars are wasted in minor roles. Dialogues are not much impressive. The film is good, technically. The songs and the BGM are decent. The visuals are fantastic. The editing should have been better in the second half.
What’s Not There?
Anubhavinchu Raja has a decent first half and a weak second half. If certain scenes had been cared for well, the film would have come out as an attraction. However, Anubhavinchu Raja is watchable once!