Radha Movie

Radha Movie Review 2017: Treat for Sharwanand fans with comedy, romance and suspense

CRITIC'S RATING    2.0/5
AVG READERS' RATING:    2.5/5
Movie Name
Radha
DIRECTION
Chandra Mohan Chintada
GENRE
Romance, Suspense
DURATION
02 hours 08 minutes

Radha Review

Filmmaker Chandra Mohan made his debut in the Telugu film industry as a director, with the release of ‘Radha’. The much-awaited action comedy, which follows Sharwanand essaying the titular character of a police officer who deals with the local goons in the funniest and best way possible. In the cast of the film, Sharwanand is joined by Lavanya Tripathi, Aksha Pardhasany, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Ashish Vidyarthi, Tanikella Bharani, Jayaprakash Reddy and Shakalaka Shankar in prominent roles. The movie is light and funny with some undertones of serious and intense politics, throughout the movie.

The main antagonist of the movie, played by Sharwanand is smitten by the teachings of Lord Krishna and believes in playing mind games to defeat the goons in his locality rather than beating them to the pulp and spew killer punch lines at the same time. Sharwanand is shown a cop who is very much intolerant towards crime and criminals and due to this quality of his, he is referred for promotion to the post of sub-inspector by the DGP. He after being promoted, is transferred to a village where there is no trace of crime and this where he meets his love interest ‘Radha’, played by Lavanya Tripathi. The chemistry between the duo is below par but not too bad. The movie in its first half is bit slow and is an average fair but as soon as the second half kicks in, audiences will be pulled back into their seats with some power-packed sequences.

Analysis

    Direction
    2/5
  • Dialogues
    1/5
  • Story
    2/5
  • Music
    2/5
  • Screen Play
    1/5

The Verdict

The movie is light and funny with some undertones of serious and intense politics, throughout the movie.

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