RajDooth Movie Review


Film: RajDooth
Cast: Meghamsh Srihari, Nakshatra, Kota Srinivasa Rao,Ravi Varma and others
Directors: Arjun-Carthyk
Producer: MLV Satyanarayana
Camera Man: Vidya Sagar Chinta
Editor: Vijay Varthan Kavuri
Release Date: 12 July 2019
www.moviemanthra.com rating: 3/5

Sanjay (Meghamsh) falls for Priya (Nakshatra) and one day Sanjay meets Priya’s father to propose marriage. Her father insults and humiliates Sanjay and finally puts a condition for the marriage. What is the condition? Did Sanjay follow it? What happens then? Forms the story of the movie.

It is known that Srihari’s son Meghamsh is new to acting but his performance never makes us feel that he is a debutante. He has succeeded in showing maturity in his acting. Despite having some flaws, Meghamsh will definitely impress the audience with his outstanding performance in the movie. Nakshatra is beautiful to watch. Her cute and promising acting is undoubtedly one of the major plus points for this film. Also, the chemistry between Meghamsh and Nakshatra worked out really well. Ravi Varman got an interesting role and has delivered a decent performance in the film. Sudarshan’s energetic performance will evoke good laughs in the theatres. Aditya Menon delivered an honest performance in the movie. The rest of the cast also made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:
Arjun Gunnala and Karthik employed the super telephone for this task. The film itself is a proof that their coordination is great. They have arranged a fascinating content as well as prevail with regards to describing it in an intriguing significantly additionally intriguing way. The pace of portrayal is additionally generally excellent and not in the slightest degree draggy. The production values by MLV Satyanarayana are luxurious. The maker has put respectable sums without bargaining regarding quality. Music by Varun Sunil included more quality for the film. We can say that his tunes just as his calming BGM lifted every single scene of the film. Cinematography by Vidya Sagar Chinta is excellent. All the camera edges are amazing. Vijay’s editing is not too bad.

Meghamsh Srihari

Slow Narration
Pace Issues

The whole motion picture rotates around the bicycle. The film has a basic but then amazing story. The film begins off on an intriguing note and the enter first half is loaded up with the story foundation. In spite of the fact that the story isn’t that sufficient, the chief has prevailing with regards to implanting a lovely screenplay which will keep the group of spectators drew in from the begin as far as possible. At the point when contrasted with the primary a large portion of, the subsequent half will be somewhat genuine and loaded up with some activity arrangements. The pre climax scenes are likewise somewhat exhausting. But the direction is good. The movie came out well.

Punch Line: Youthful Action Drama Highlighting Srihari’s Son