Raja Rani Telugu Movie Review

  • Film : Raja Rani
  • Producer : AR Murugadoss, S. Shanmugam
  • Director : Atlee Kumar
  • Star Cast : Arya, Jai, Nayantara, Nazriya Nazim...
  • Music Director : G. V. Prakash Kumar

Arya and Nayanatara starrer Raja Rani is the dubbing version of the Tamil flick with same name. South Indian top director Shankar's protege Atlee Kumar directed the film and it is his first directorial debut.

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James [Arya] and Regina [Nayanatara] get married but it is an arranged marriage. Initially James and Nayanatara do not like each other and keep fighting for very small reasons. James boozes a lot and comes to home every night drunk.

One day Regina suffers from fits and will be immediately rushed to hospital by James and takes care of her. From here James and Regina start talking to each other and also both open up about their past. James comes to know about Regina's tragic love story while Regina's learns about James love failure.

So as time evolves, both start liking each other. However, Regina's gets an offer to work in Australia and decides to move on. Will she leave James and move to Australia forms the rest of the story.

Analysis :


The movie has a fresh appeal despite having some routine episodes. Few emotional scenes will be make the audience cry and the scuffle of Arya and Nayanatara will entertain. However, the pace is slow and there are quite dull moments too. Music is good and Cinematography is adequate.

Performance :


Arya is very good and fits aptly for the role. Nayanatara also performed well and balanced her emotions quite good. The flash back love stories of Arya and Nayanatara will appeal to the young audience. Heroine Nazriya has a pivotal role in the second half and performed well, Tollywood directors should watch out for this actress.

Final Word: Raja Rani is urban love story may not appeal to the masses but multiplex audience do give a shot for this film.