Starring: Sumanth, Vimala Raman, Priyamani
Director: V.N. Aditya
Producer: Kumar Brothers
Banner: Kumar Brothers Cinema
Raj (Sumanth) and Mythali (Priya Mani) will get engaged as decided by their families. Mythali will be very happy for this alliance. After the engagement, Raj falls in love with Priya (Vimala Raman) in some mysterious situation and decides to marry her. All of sudden one day Priya is found missing and Raj gets married to Mythali according to his father’s word. Being seriously in love Priya he doesn’t maintain any closeness with Mythali. Many days after getting married, Raj forgets his love and tries to get close with Mythali. When this happens to take place, all of a sudden he finds Priya. He comes to know that Priya left him due to some obstacles. Mythali who comes to know about this misunderstands Raj. How Raj saves Priya from her problems? Will he get back Mythali in his life or marries Priya makes the crux of the story.
Sumanth is good in the role of. He is excelled a lot in stunt sequences and especially his chemistry with Priya Mani and Vimala Raman in the songs it outstanding.
Priya Mani plays her parts with confidence and looked glamorous all through the film. Her performance is just like earlier films and no improvement is found.
Vimala Raman still needs to improve her acting skills to make her foundation strong in the industry.
Comedy evoked by Ali and Srinivas Reddy is passable.
The basic plot of Raaj is just like some earlier triangular love stories films in Telugu. V. N Aditya direction of the film is adequate as he made nothing fresh to bring in some uniqueness. The screenplay should have been better. Music by Koti is okay. Action sequences are conceivable and were shot well.
It’s like an old wine in an old bottle as nothing is appealing. Find plus points in the film and win a free International trip as more of negatives were found. On the flipside, the first half should have been made in a more interesting way and second half is very boring and was really dragged like a serial. The comedy sequences were not properly handled. On a whole, Raaj is a below average flick.