Cast:Nara Rohit, Namitha Pramod, Naga shourya
Producer:Sudhakar Reddy Beeram, Narra Soundarya, Prashanti, KrishnaVijay
Music:Ilaiyaraaja, Vishal Chandrasekhar
Release Dt :Sep, 15 2017
Kathalo Rajakumari Story
Kathalo Rajakumari is the story of Arjun (Nara Rohit) who plays a film actor as villain. His portrayal in various roles reveals his original character. Shourya (Naga Shourya) plays a hero who hates Arjun’s stardom in real life. Things change completely after Sitha (Namitha Pramod) who is a childhood friend of Arjun makes it into their lives. The rest of Kathalo Rajakumari is all about why Arjun behaves so arrogant in life and what happens next. Watch Kathalo Rajakumari to know about the film.
Kathalo Rajakumari Analysis
The first half of Kathalo Rajakumari starts on an interesting note but it is the narration which makes the film fall flat. Poorly written scenes and logicless narration will sure test the patience of the audience. Though the performances of Rohit and Namitha Pramod look loud, they alone could not make much impact. The songs have been placed well and on the whole the first half of Kathalo Rajakumari is a disappointment.
The second half of the film is a sheer disappointment in all the available ways. The plot of the film has been completely logicless and Kathalo Rajakumari resembles a television serial. Repeated episodes, poor screenplay, badly written dialogues along with disastrous narration makes Kathalo Rajakumari fall flat. The songs make no impact and one never knows why they come and go. The second half of Kathalo Rajakumari is a massive disappointment.
Nara Rohit nails it in style and his performance is the film’s major highlight. The actor has been quite simple and he performed the role of Arjun with utmost ease. Nara Rohit’s arrogant role and his performance are the movie’s major highlights. Naga Shourya has been subtle, decent and did his role with perfection. Namita Pramod delivered out her best and she has been extremely loud and emotional in the assigned role. All the other actors have been decent in their roles.
Kathalo Rajakumari has no interesting plot and the poor writing kills the film completely. The screenplay and dialogues leaves one disappointed and they make no impact. Couple of songs are good and they have been shot well. The cinematography looks decent and the production values look grand. The debutant Mahesh fails to make any impact with his poor narration skills.
Kathalo Rajakumari Final Word
Kathalo Rajakumari is a film that will leave the audience disappointed in all the available ways. Nara Rohit’s arrogant role looks decent but it makes no impact. A film that can be completely given a skip.