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Memphis Masti - Racha Review
Posted On: Apr 05, 2012 - Admin

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Hero : Ram Charan
Heroine : Tamanna
Supporting Actors : ---
Director : Sampath Nandi
Producer : N.V.Prasad,Paras Jain
Release Date : 05/04/2012

Story Line -:
Raju (Charan) earns money with his clever and adventurous bettings and he gets into a betting with James (Ajmal Ameer) to make the Chaitra (Tamanna) falls in love for him. He arrives city and joins as a medical student in a college where Chaitra studies. Finally, Chaitra falls in love with Raj after few incidents. Meanwhile, Ballari (Mukesh Rishi), a powerful mining don enters the scene as Chaitra’s father and the remaining story to be watched on the big screens.
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Performances of Artist:
Ram Charan has done wonderful action in the film. His desperation to score a hit can be seen on screens. Charan imitated Chiranjeevi in most of the scenes and the fans will definitely enjoy it. His energy levels are high in fights, dances. Ram Charan sure gets nearer to masses with Racha.
Tamanna looked extremely hot in the film. She is on par with Ram Charan in dances and it’s a visual feast to watch her in Vana Vana… song. She has set the screens on fire with her hip shaking moves and expressions and she seems to be reaching top chair soon with her looks, action and sex appeal.
Brahmanandam is hilarious as dance master Rangeela, Ali, Jayaprakash Reddy, Dharamavarapu Subramanyam brought few laughs. Parthiban is brief but leaves an impact, Ajamal Ameer is impressive, Mukesh Rishi, Kota Srinivasa Rao turned out good villains.
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Technical Analysis:
The production values are great in the film. It is technically brilliant with producers spending lavishly on the product without any compromise. Sameer Reddy’s cinematography is on top notch. The exotic locales are beautiful captured. Mani Sharma’s music is fine and Dillaku Dillaku being ear-pleasing while Vana Vana is shot aesthetically. Background score is an asset again elevating lot of action scenes. Dialogues by Paruchuri Brothers are on expected note. Editing is not smooth, Action sequences are choreographed well.
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Plus points::
Ram Charan, Tamanna’s performances
Screenplay and Songs visualization
Dialogues and Background score.
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Minus points:
Routine & predictable story
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After the disaster Orange movie, Charan took a long break to get back in form and Racha is definitely such a film to prove his capabilities. This time he did not experiment but went with commercial elements to establish himself as mass hero. Racha worked and proved to be a commercial break for Ramcharan. Sampath Nandi as said earlier, he did not get a great story for Racha but took the maximum care on screenplay and commercial format and tried to elevate the hero’s character. Sampath seem to have kept fans in his mind and his aim was to impress all the fans and he succeeded in it. The songs are the visual feast. Ram Charan has stunned with his dances in Title track and Dillaku, though the latter was in wrong placement. Scenes like Ram Charan doing Shankar Dada MBBS, proposing the lead lady, Charan-Brahmi combo scenes got thunderous response.

The first half of Racha was quite entertaining with good comedy, fights and dances while the second half unfolds the story and the much talked bamboo fight sequence came out well. With a good twists and twirls and a powerful climax, second half turned a good watch.
Content wise, Racha is not a unique one but it does not fail to impress you or keep you engrossed with the good entertainment. And with the long weekend ahead and no big release in the coming week, Racha assures to turn commercial hit.

Verdict - Rachcha is a mass masala entertainer.
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