Raja Cheyyi Veste Review
Movie:Raja Cheyyi Veste
Cast: Nara Rohit,Isha Talwar,Nandamuri Taraka Ratna and Others
Produced :Rajani Korrapati
Directed :Pradeep Chilukuri
Music : Sai Karthik
Banner: Varahi Chalanachitram
Release Date: 2016-04-29
Raja Cheyyi Veste Movie Review:
Nara Rohit’s last film Savitri was discharged precisely four weeks prior and he is back once more. This time he is joined by Nandamuri Taraka Ratna, who played a feared reprobate for a change. Raja Cheyyi Veste made some buzz crosswise over film hovers with strangely cut trailers. Will this film extinguish the thirst of Nara Rohit and give him that quite required hit?
What is it about?
Rajaram (Rohit) is a wannabe film executive. He gets a message from a top executive who requests that Rajaram compose a romantic tale for him. Rajaram composes his own particular romantic tale and sends it to the chief, however he says that he has scrapped that venture and doing an activity performer. He requests a specific scene where the legend executes the miscreant and Rajaram sends the scene to the chief. Consequently Rajaram gets a messenger from the chief requesting that he execute the same arrangement and slaughter Manick (Taraka Ratna). The obscure guest continues irritating Rajaram to execute Manick furthermore assaults his better half Chaitra (Isha Talwar).
Nara Rohit is in his components. He needs to shed down couple of additional kilos to look better especially in sentimental scenes. He is at home in the passionate scenes. Taraka Ratna’s cosmetics is strange. Consideration ought to have tackled his styling and looks. He is definitely not threatening in that lowlife character. Isha Talwar is wonderful and adds marvelousness to the procedures. There are numerous performing artists in the supporting characters. Sivaji Raja, Sashank and Srinivas Avasarala made their nearness felt.
Pradeep Chilukuri attempted to advise a pounded the life out of vengeance story in another style. He succeeded up to some degree, yet couldn’t hold the film together. There are numerous plot gaps that makes this ‘savvy play’ look weak and senseless. Executive succeeded in making an in fact smooth film inside the monetary allowance limitations.
A few melodies are acceptable. Title tune is well shot. Exchanges are great in parts. Altering could have been more tightly. Movies like these ought to keep running dangerously fast. Cinematography is great. Adapted cinematography is the significant resource for this film. Varahi pennant’s generation qualities are admirable.
Pounded the life out of plot
Second half needs steam
Raja Cheyyi Veste has an extremely captivating turn towards the break point that sets the right inclination for the second half. Indeed, even the second half begins on an intriguing note with some exciting scenes directly after the interim point. However executive loses hold over the portrayal before long and the film begins to move at snail’s pace.
The flashback scene is the key for this film to keep the crowds intrigued about whatever remains of the story. However that scene needed passionate profundity and the anticipated consummation makes it an exhausting admission. Chief’s endeavor at wise play didn’t make an interpretation of on to the screen on account of poor execution.
One would expect a hypnotizing peak given the development to saint’s insight. What Raja Cheyyi Vesthe offers is a dreary closure with absurd feelings. This film could have been exceptional if the contention between the legend and scoundrel is set up well. Feline and mouse diversion ought to have been the plot gadget to run this kind of film. Raja Cheyyi Vesthe winds up as an insane film with numerous intriguing thoughts gone squandered