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Rajadhani Files Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Thursday, February 15, 2024 • Kannada ]
Rajadhani Files Review
Cast:
Akilan, Veena, Vinodh Kumar, Vani Viswanath, Pavan, Vishal Patni, Shanmukh, Madhu, Ajayratnam, Amrutha Chowdary, Ankita Thakur
Direction:
Bhanu
Production:
Kantamanenie Ravi Shankar
Music:
Mani Sharma

Rajadhani Files Movie Review

Raajadhani Files features real farmers and their children from Amaravathi, which has significantly increased interest in the film. The movie aims to highlight the trials and tribulations faced by Amaravathi farmers when the AP government, led by CM Jagan, proposed the creation of three capitals for the state.

Story:

Gautam(Pushparaj Akilan)'s parents,( Vinod Kumar and Vani Viswanath), are passionate about advocating for the welfare of the people and society, often engaging in heated debates and discussions to bring about positive change. However, Gautam finds their constant activism overwhelming. Despite this, Gautam's father, who holds significant influence over 40 villages in the state of Arunarashtra, persuades the villagers to part with their fertile agricultural lands for the construction of the capital city, Airavathi, under the government led by Prajakiranam.

Rajadhani Files Movie Review

However, their plans take a dramatic turn when Prajakiranam's government loses the election, and KRS comes to power. The new Chief Minister( Vishal Patani), decides to decentralize the governance by establishing three capitals instead of just Airavati. This decision sets off a chain of events that profoundly impacts Gautam who is about to move to the US and Aiswarya((Veena Panchaparvala)

As the story unfolds, it delves into the complexities of politics, governance, and personal aspirations, highlighting the challenges faced by individuals caught in the midst of changing political landscapes and the struggle to adapt to unforeseen circumstances.

Performances:

Vinod Kumar delivered a compelling performance as the leader fighting for farmers' rights, effectively portraying a range of emotions that added depth to his character. Vani Vishwanath also impressed with her expressive portrayal, bringing her character to life with authenticity. Veena Panchaparvala, though limited in screen presence, managed her role adequately. Pushparaj Akilan's performance was notable for its emotional depth and sincerity. The supporting cast performed their roles effectively, fitting well into the narrative.

Rajadhani Files Movie Review

Bhanu Shankar's story, focusing on the plight of farmers in Amaravathi, started off engagingly but gradually became predictable and lacked innovation. The screenplay followed a linear path, and the direction, while competent, did not offer any standout moments.

The dialogues were impactful, particularly in portraying the antagonist negatively. However, the antagonist's portrayal fell flat, lacking the necessary depth to make the character truly menacing. The film's excessive use of overdramatic scenes and violence detracted from its intended message.

Mani Sharma's music was adequate, with situational songs that complemented the narrative. Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao's editing could have been more polished, especially in the second half, as several scenes felt dragged out, affecting the film's pace. On the positive side, Ramalingam Ramesh Babu's cinematography was commendable, capturing the essence of the story effectively. Overall, the production values were high, adding to the film's visual appeal.

Rajadhani Files Movie Review

Verdict:

Raajadhani Files is a sincere attempt by the filmmakers to shed light on the challenges faced by farmers in Amaravati. Director Bhanu's portrayal of these struggles, however, often felt disconnected from reality. The inclusion of commercial elements, particularly in the second half, detracted from the film's focus and diluted its impact.

Rating: 2 / 5.0

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