Vastadu Naa Raju Review
Vishnu has only one hit in his career in the form of Dhee. It was not the merit of Vishnu but the directorial abilities of Sreenu Vaitla, which made the film a great entertainer. However, the joy of success did not last long for Vishnu, as he delivered a big dud like Saleem due to the sheer mistake of another director.
Now, Vishnu went for soul searching and shed his weight and took a long gap and finally decided to produce a film for himself as none of them came forward to produce a film. However, due to the spineless direction of Hemant Madhukar, the film has fell flat again. Read on for Vastadu Naa Raju review.
Story: Narasimha (Prakashraj) is a local goon, who resorts to murders and extortion at the behest of Home Minister Adikesavulu (Sayaji Shinde). Narasimha’s life ambition is to become an MLA and sit in Assembly. Though Adikesavulu laughs at Narasimha on learning his life ambition, he agrees to make him an MLA and if possible a minister, as his son Ajay (Ajay) falls in love with Narasimha’s sister Puja (Tapasee). Venky (Vishnu) is a happy-go-lucky guy.
His parents (Tanikella Bharani and Tulasi) run a bakery and Venky has a sister and a brother. Though, Venky and Puja doesn’t know each other, Narasimha mistakes that both of them are in love and attacks Venky’s family. What happens next should be seen on-screen.