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Rabhasa is a romantic action thriller with high entertainment quotient to rock the mass. Junior NTR's electrifying performance is the main highlight of the movie. Santosh Srinivas engaging script and punch dialogues, S Thaman's music and background score, Shyam K Naidu's camera work, Samantha-Pranitha's glamour, amazing choreography of action and dance sequences, Brahmanandam's comedy, beautiful costumes and locations are other attraction of the film.
Santosh Srinivas has chosen a routine story for Rabhasa and embedded some mass elements as per the taste of NTR fans in it. NTR and Samantha are lovers from two rival families. NTR gives up his higher studies in the USA to stay close to his lover. The interesting twist in the movie is that NTR actually loves Pranitha and due to some misunderstandings between the two, he falls in love with Samantha, who happens to be the roommate of Pranitha. What happens next will form the crux of the film.
As usual, Junior NTR has delivered brilliant performance and he is show man in Rabhasa. He rocks the viewers with his action dance and dialogue diction. Samantha and Pranitha have less scope for performance and they impress the audience with their glam quotient. Their chemistry with NTR is good and treat to watch on screen. Brahmanandam's comedy is a big asset of the film. He tickles the funny bones of the film goers. Others have also done justice to their roles.
Producer Bellamkonda Suresh has made sure that Rabhasa has rich and top notch technical production elements. Thaman's soundtracks are main highlights in the technical front. His background score is also good asset of the film. Naidu's cinematography is another big attraction of the movie. His picturisation in song sequences is a visual treat. The choreography of action and dance sequences are superb. Satosh's dialogues are punchy and funny. Other technical departments are also good.
Overall, Rabhasa may not have good story, but it promises to entertain you sound production values and wonderful performances by actors. It is a good action comedy entertainer. It will be a grand treat for the fans of Junior NTR and Brahmanandam.