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‘Anubhavinchu Raja’, passable flick with dose of comedy

Published: 26th Nov 2021 5:29 pm

Hyderabad: Actor Raj Tarun, who is usually seen in boy-next-door roles, has donned a new hat as a security guard, which is quite an unlikely role for most of the Telugu actors. But do not jump to conclusions: He has a backstory though. His romantic comedy ‘Anubhavinchu Raja’ arrived in theatres this Friday after two years of hiatus.

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The story is set in a coastal town of Bhimavaram, where Bangaram (Raj Tarun) grew up in the safe hands of his grandfather. Saving every penny, he learns from his grandfather how to live modestly even while earning good money and enjoying stature in the society. His association with his grandpa, however, doesn’t last long as the entire family gets wiped out due to a tragic accident.

Even while breathing his last, the old man regrets not enjoying the fortunes that he earned over the years. But Raj Tarun, who escapes unhurt in the mishap, realises the importance of living his life to the fullest.

But how a person from a well-off family landed a job as a security guard in a software firm is another story. To keep the curiosity factor just before the interval, a group of ruffians attack Raj Tarun. Why is he being attacked by gangsters? What made him leave the village and head to the city to work as a security man is the story to be explored further.

A software techie falling in love with a security guard is quite unusual, but Raj Tarun’s chemistry with Kashish Khan hasn’t left any embarrassing moments. Later, in the second half, Raj Tarun is annoyed with the way the village treats him and thus takes a plunge at politics.

Apart from the drama, the milieu of festive fervour, and cockfighting during Sankranti gives a different mood to the story. Raj’s acting, cinematography by Nagesh Banell and Gopi Sundar’s music are some of the highlights of the film. Actors Ajay, Aadukalam Naren and Posani Krishna Murali chipped in well to make a good package.

Bankrolled by Supriya Yarlagadda and Anand Reddy Karnati, Annapurna Studios had proceeded with the project because of the narrative and convincing story that is laced with fun, comedy and thrill. Although director Srinivas Gavireddy rendered a passable comedy flick, given his stature and past work as an actor, it appears that Raj Tarun deserves a much better story than ‘Anubhavinchu Raja’.


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