Raju Gari Gadhi 2 Movie Review

Critics METER

Average Critics Rating: 3
Total Critics:7

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Release Date
2017-10-13

Critic Reviews for The Boxtrolls

Raju Gari Gadhi 2 is a horror-comedy with intelligence and strong emotions
Rating: 3.25/5

www.teluguodu.com

Emotionally charged horror
Rating: 3/5

www.123telugu.com

Nag and Sam are the pillars
Rating: 2.75/5

www.gulte.com

Melodramatic ghost
Rating: 2.75/5

www.greatandhra.com

Melodrama cloaked in a horror story !
Rating: 3/5

www.telugu360.com

Nagarjuna, Samantha Made Difference
Rating: 2.75/5

www.cinejosh.com

Less comedy, more emotions
Rating: 2.75/5

www.tupaki.com

Cast: Nagarjuna, Samantha Akkineni, Seerat Kapoor, Vennela Kishore, Ashwin Babu, Praveen, Shakalaka Shankar

Director: Ohmkar

Music: SS Thaman

Producer: Prasad V Potluri

Banner: PVP Cinemas, Matinee Entertainments and OAK Entertainments

Raju Gari Gadhi 2 Story

Ashwin, Kishore (Vennela) and Ravi (Praveen) are three friends who start a beach resort. Suhanisa (Seerat) comes as guest to the resort along with her friends. Three friends go head over heels for her beauty. They try all antics to impress her. In the process, they experience strange things.  They realize that resort is haunted by a ghost. They meet a renowned mentalist Rudra (Nagarjuna) who helps even police to solve cases. Rudra encounters with the ghost and investigates her past. He learns that it is a spirit of Amrutha who was a lawyer. Amrutha commits suicide following a tragic incident in her life. What’s her link to the resort? Why is she troubling 3 friends? What happened to her in the past? Who’s responsible for her fate? Watch the mystery unfold on big screen.

Raju Gari Gadhi 2 Movie Review:

Screenplay:

Raju Gari Gadhi 2 comes as sequel to horror comedy that released in 2015. The storyline is based on Malayalam fim Preetam. However, Raju Gari Gadhi 2 is made more entertaining with ample comedy and glamour. First half is fun watch with hilarious comedy track between Vennela Kishore and Praveen. Seerat Kapoor oozes oomph and titilates. The film takes serious tone with Nagarjuna’s entry and his encounter with Samantha towards the interval. The film gets heavier with emotion in the second half. Flash back episode is set to leave audience with moist eyes. Rudra investigating suspects with psychological instincts is interestingly dealt. Some unexpected twists thrill. Climax is simple without too much of ghostly ruckus.

Performances:

Nagarjuna is classy as Rudra, the mentalist. He looked a dapper and his detailed expressions makes his extraordinary exercises convincing. Samantha’s surprises with a intense performance contrast to her regular bubbly roles. Vennela Kishore and Praveen add humour. Ashwin Babu is okay. Shakalaka Shankar and VidyuRaman who had meaty roles in first part didn’t have space in the sequel. Seerat Kapoor sizzles to the max in minimal clothes.

Technically:

Raju Gari Gadhi 2 is made with rich production values. Background music by SS Thaman is the biggest asset of the film. BGM has elevated the mood of the scenes be it the spooky part or the emotional flashback. Rudra’s theme BGM is terrific. Cinematography is top-notch. Dialogues by Abburi Ravi needs special mention. There are some educating and heart-touching dialogues in the film. Theaters roar in laughter when Vennela says,”Happy ending is still pendinf for me.” On the other hand, Nag’s dialogue “Ammayi ane maata lo kuda Amma ane pilupuntundi” will remain foreover. Ohmkar did a decent job in presenting emotional subject in thrilling and funny style.

Bottom-line:

Raju Gari Gadhi 2 is a assorted entertainer with mix of all emotions. It fulfills the expectations of a horror-comedy genre. Surprise factor in the sequel is the emotion and sentiment part. The film deals with a serious contemporary  issue girls face in this mobile generation and gives a strong message that would leave an impact. Raju Gari Gadhi 2 is worth a watch.

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