Nagarjuna Raju Gari Gadhi-2 Movie Review

Director : Ohmkar
Producer : Prasad V. Potluri, Niranjan Reddy, OAK Entertainments
Music Director : S. Thaman

Ohmkar, the director who tasted a big hit with Raju Gari Gadhi came up with a new film Raju Gari Gadhi 2 now. Nagarjuna and Samantha have played the lead roles in the film. The film released today and let us check out the review of the film.

Story:

Ashwin, Praveen and Kishore are three friends who start a Resort Business. They have bigger plans in life to expand their business. Meanwhile, they come to know that there is a ghost in the resort. Initially, they undergo a couple of struggles because of the ghost but to put an end for it, they approach a mentalist Rudra (Nagarjuna) for a solution. Rudra steps into the resort and begins his investigation. Rudra finds that it is Amrutha (Samantha) who is waiting to take her revenge. How did Rudra solve the issue reveals the entire story of the film.

Performances:Nagarjuna and Samantha played the key roles of the film and their presence for the film helped the film grow big. Nagarjuna as a mentalist and Samantha as a ghost delivered natural performance.

It was a treat watching them perform and they did an amazing job in the climax. Rao Ramesh is also good in his role. Seerat Kapoor is just okay and has nothing to do except to reveal her glamour side. Vennela Kishore, Ashwin Babu and Praveen are okay in their roles.

Technical Values:

The director Ohmkar has taken an interesting point in the movie. The horror comedy elements are mixed well in the subject. The story is simple and the way it was narrated is also interesting. The characterisations are designed well. The dialogues by Abburi Ravi are wonderful.

The music by Thaman is nice and his background score is impressive too. The editing is nice. Few unnecessary comedy scenes could have been chopped off. The production values by Matinee Entertainments and PVP Cinema are grand.

Plus Points:

Performances
Story
BGM
Dialogues

Minus:

Comedy
Slow Narration

Verdict:

The director Ohmkar is clever enough to come up with an emotional subject. The way the movie was dealt is impressive. The clever narration from the director and the wonderful performances from the lead actors helped the film enter the success path.

The last twenty minutes can be said as a major highlight of the film. Except for some unnecessary comedy scenes and slow narration, the film is good to the maximum extent. The film, in the end, turns out to be a decent one at the box office.