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      Naa Rakumarudu - Movie Review


      Filmmaker Puri Jaganandh's protege T Satya is turning independent director with the movie Naa Rakumarudu, which has hit the marque today (February 21). Produced by Vajrang under Harivillu Creations, the film stars Andala Rakshasi fame actor Naveen Chandra and Prema Ishq Kadhal fame actress Ritu Varma in leads. The debutant director manages to impress viewers in his first attempt.

      Naa Rakumarudu is romantic comedy entertainer with all commercial elements to appeal mass audience. Naveen Chandra's performance is the main highlight in the film. Satya's engaging screenplay and dialogues, Achu Rajamani's music, Kumara Swamy's cinematography and a few comedy are other attractions in the film.

      Though it is a regular romance drama of two college students, T Satya has tried to showcase love and romance in unique and interesting way. He has nicely blended comedy, which runs the story without letting the audience feel bored even for a moment. He has added ample amount of twists and turns here and there in this out-and-out commercial film. Both first and second halves are very entertaining.

      Bindu (Ritu Varma) is a bubbly, chirpy and happy-go-lucky girl, who falls in love with a rich, handsome and arrogant guy Vaishnav (Naveen Chandra), who is brought up in a traditional family. Initially, Vaishnav also loves her. However, consequences develop hatredness between them. So Bindu decides to end her life. What happens next will form the crux of the movie Naa Rakumarudu.

      Actor Naveen Chandra, who won the heart of viewers with Andala Rakshasi, has once again delivered superb performance in Naa Rakumarudu. When compared to his debut film, he has shown lot of maturity in his acting. Ritu Varma has done her best and she impresses viewers with her glamour. MS Narayana, Sithara and others have also done justice to their respective roles.

      Naa Rakumarudu has sound production elements and Kumara Swamy's cinematography is the main highlight in the technical front. Achu Rajamani's songs are good and his background score is another big asset of the film. Praveen Pudi's editing is commendable. Satya's dialogues are also among the big strengths of the movie.

      Overall, Naa Rakumarudu is good attempt by debutant director T Satya, who has made everything in place to entertain the film goers. The film is good treat for lovers of romance drama. Especially, young audience will like it very much.

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