Stand Up Rahul is scripted and directed by Santosh Mohan Veeranki Bio coming soon... >> Read More... and produced by Nandkumar Abbineni Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . Raj Tarun Raj Tarun is a Tollywood actor who made his debut >> Read More... , Varsha Bollamma Varsh Bollamma is a 19 year old social media star >> Read More... , Murli Sharma Murli Sharma is a well known actor of television a >> Read More... , “,” and Vennela Kishore are featured in the prominent roles. Sreeraj Raveendran Sreeraj Raveendran is a Producer and Cinematograph >> Read More... cranked the camera and Sweekar Agasthi Sweekar Agasti is an Indian playback singer, popul >> Read More... is the music composer. Ravi Teja Girijala Ravi Teja Girijala is a Telugu Editor in the Tolly >> Read More... edited the film.
Rahul’s father is an award-winning director who is not busy now, and his mother is an air hostess. They got separated due to some personal issues. While his father wants him to go for stand-up comedy, his mother wants him to get a permanent job that feeds him forever. Though Rahul nods to them, he knows what he wants. He doesn’t want to get married. But, he loves to do stand-up comedy someday in his life. Shreya Rao also has some challenges in her professional life. She couldn’t bear her boss’ orders, and at the same time, she couldn’t hear his dad, who wanted her to marry a guy of his choice. What happens when these two characters meet in life? While Shreya intends to marry a guy of her choice after falling in love with him, Rahul’s idea is not to get married. What will Shreya do to make up Rahul’s mind? The rest of the film deals with it.
Raj Tarun and Varsha Bollamma fit well in their roles. Their chemistry is quite okay. The rest of the characters are also impressive.
The story is neat, and the screenplay is okay. The director makes the audience understand the characters, but at the same time, some sequences are left answered. To be precise, Shreya’s character should have been developed better. The first half is more interesting than the second half. The characters are neatly introduced in the first half, while the second half lacks in carrying out those characters. Certain emotional scenes should have been carried out well. The visuals are neat, and the editing is pretty decent. The BGM is good.
What’s Not There?
The movie comes with some good moments, impressive performances, neat visuals, and BGM. If we exclude those improperly executed scenes, the film is watch-worthy!