Starring: Raj Tarun, Kashish Khan, Posani Krishna Murali, Aadukalam Naren, Ajay, Ravi Krishna, Sudharshan, Temper Vamsi, Aadharsh Balakrishna, Ariyana
Director: Sreenu Gavireddy
Producers: Supriya Yarlagadda
Music Director: Gopi Sundar
Cinematography : Vijay Binni
Editor: Chota K Prasad
Release Date : November 26,2021
Raj Tharun needs to score a hit under his belt at any cost. So, he is ready with a fun drama called Anubhavinchu Raja. Read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.
Raju(Raj Tharun) is a rich kid in his village. He lives life king size but a dramatic turnaround of events makes him join as a security guard in a software company. There, he comes across a beautiful IT girl played by Kashish Khan. When things seem to be going well for Raju, he gets attacked by unknown persons who have a connection with his village. What is the connection and back story is the crux of the film.
When it comes to playing carefree characters, Raj Tharun is the best of the lot and he performs ably as the spoilt village guy. He also evokes comedy with Sidarshan which is also neat. Kashish Khan gets a decent enough debut and the girl surely has promise. Ajay is getting routine in dull roles. The rest of the cast do their bit but have not much impact on the film.
The film has two different moods. One is the city angle where Raj Tharun is showcased as the security guard. The other is the village backdrop where the story happens. But it is the city backdrop that takes the cake.
The makers bring in good comedy in the first half and make sure that the audience does not get bored. There is a good interval twist which has also been thought well and it rakes curiosity.
But the moment the film moves to the village, things go down like a pack of cards. There is no seriousness in the film as the village politics and Raj Tharun’s overaction has no bounds.
The saving grace is the songs and the fun scenes in the first half. Raj Tharun needs to think out of the box and come up with new films otherwise, things will be more difficult for him going on further.
Bottom Line – Stale and Boring