Na Adda : 3/5
Director : Chandra Mohan
Producer : Bhogavalli Bapineedu
Music Director : Radhan
Starring : Sharwanand, Lavanya Tripathi, Aksha Pardasany
Sharwanand is in full swing with back to back super hits. He is back with a commercial entertainer known as Radha which has hit the displays screens all over today. Let’s see how it is.
Radha Krishna(Sharwa) is a a laugh-loving cop who goes to any extent to serve the department. One day, he is transferred to Hyderabad and gets right into a tussle with a would-be chief minister Sujatha(Ravi Kissan).
Upon investigation, he finds out that Sujatha is a dreaded criminal who is making an attempt to bag the top post in the state. Rest of the story is as to how a small time cop like Radha manages to dethrone a powerful politician Sujatha and prevents him from taking the ultimate power.
Radha is absolutely Sharwa’s show all of the manner. The story and placing had been precisely made to take the young hero to another level in his profession and Sharwa does full justice and comes out positive. He has convincingly executed all the trends of a real commercial hero and carries the whole film on his shoulders. Sharwanand’s comedy timing, his romantic perspective and critical avatar, the entirety has been showcased in a perfect avatar.
Despite the fact that Ravi Kishan plays a position just like his Race Gurram character, he does full justice to his component. The first half of the movie has good laugh with the romantic angle among Sharwanand and Lavanya shown in a humorous way.
Saptagiri’s comedy works in parts. A few confrontational scenes among Sharwa and Ravi Kissan were showcased in a pretty innovative manner. Shakalaka Shankar and Sharwa’s song is decent as properly.
The story of the film is quite old and has not anything to provide. As stated in advance, it is just to exhibit the hero in a mass perspective. The second one half of and villain’s song has traces of Race Gurram.
As soon as the twist is revealed all through the second half, the last 15 minutes are quite predictable and ordinary. Lavanya has to seriously stop doing these traditional and normal looking characters as she is getting repetitive. She needs to reinvent herself and come out with something new.
Production values are high because the movie has been made on a decend scale. Radhan’s muic sounds good with the visuals and his background score is apt. Dialogues are humorous and were written with a variety of wits. Editing is just about ok and so was the camera work. Sharwa has been styled nicely as he appears handsome.
Coming to the director Chadra Mohan, he has performed a safe sport and has narrated the movie in a easy way. There may be absolutely nothing new in his story or narration but he rankings full marks in showcasing Sharwa in a splendid way which holds the movie together.
On the whole, Radha is one film which has best been made to show off Sharwanand as mass and commercial. Even as Sharwanand passes the test with full marks, the movie finally ends up as a routine and predictable watch for most of the time. There’s not anything new that you will see in this film but as Sharwanand has become pretty famous of late, this movie will carry in decent crowds because of its trademark fun and commercial factors.
Na Adda : 3/5