Rabhasa Teaches 3 Things For NTR

Posted : August 30, 2014 at 1:42 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

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Jr NTR’s Rabhasa has opened to mixed response, and early reports suggested decent collections on day one from box office. The movie might entertain audiences until some other serious blockbuster hits the screens, but in the mean time let us have look at three things our hero should learn from Rabhasa result.

First of all, even if a star hero chooses a safe format to entertain, there should be freshness in action scenes. It is regular to hit goons during interval bangs, but the phenomenal success of Vikramarkudu and Chatrapathi made ‘interval bangs’ so popular where audiences are expecting hair rising moments. Had NTR attempted something that way in Rabhasa? No.

Among the present lot of star heroes there are three exceptional dancers. NTR, Bunny and Charan are those dominating trio. As we know dancing capabilities of Tarak, is it invalid to demand pulsating choreography for him? Rather coming up with innovative dance-moves, NTR struck to similar floor swiping and sweeping.

Dialogues are quintessential for star hero’s movies, but uttering only ‘rhyming’ lines isn’t the only way to win. In a Brindavanam or Yamadonga, there are no rhyming one-liners for him, but meaningful and logically sensible lines are there. ‘Character kotha ga vundani try chesa, lopala original alaney vundi’, is an example. In Rabhasa’s case, there is no such power-punch that could give sleepless nights.