Review: Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam

Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam has been promoted on a huge scale and we need to see whether it lives up to its expectations or not. Read on this review to find out.
Shiva played by Naga Chaitanya falls in love with Brahmarambha played by Rakul Preet. But she somehow does not accept his love and uses him only as a friend. Added to this there is a family drama going on between these two families. Rest of the story is as to how both these love birds end up marrying each other.
The film completely belongs to Rakul Prees as she completely over shadows Naga Chaitanya.  From the time she makes an entry to the main plot the entire film is modelled on her and she is reviting as Bahamara.
Chaitanya is also okay and tries his best to stay in the game.  Jagapathi Babu is getting repetitive and so is Sampath.  Vennela Kishore is excellent in his comedy.
Technical overview and Analysis
The first half of the film is a big bore and has no great moments at all. Not even one scene after the first ten minutes impress you at all. There is no romance nor comedy during this time.
But things get settled in from the second half as some good drama and nice love track fills the proceedings. This is the time things move quite fast and create a good viewing for the audience. The family emotions showcased during this time are pretty good.
Finally, there is not much in terms of story that you have not seen in the film. The story is quite old but the narration is good during the second half and you can watch it only for that.
One line verdict :
Okay but with limitations..