Rarandoi Veduka Chudham
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Rarandoi Veduka Chudham

Telugu
DramaFamilyRomance
26 May, 2017
2 hrs 30 mins
70%
23,391 votes
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Shiva, a young man coming from an urban elite family meets Bhramarambha, a village belle at a marriage ceremony and immediately falls head-over-heels in love with her but fails to confront her. He meets her again in Vizag where she is pursuing her MBA and as he tries to woo her, the two discover that their father who were friends once have a past feud.
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Verdict: Wholesome family entertainer with all commercial elements. Rarandoi Veduka Chudham is the second movie for director Kalyan Krishna Kurasala after making a blockbuster debut in the form of Soggade Chinni Nayana. This is the first time that he is directing Naga Chaitanya and it is also the first time that Chaitanya is paired with Rakul Preet Singh. From th... ...Read full review
Krishna (Jagapathi Babu) and Adi (Sampath Raj) were friends for life before Adi found to his horror that the former eloped with his sister. Approximately 25 years later, Krishna`s son Siva (Naga Chaitanya) starts wooing Brahmaramba (Rakul Preet Singh), who is the unpredictable daughter of the expected character. ...Read full review
Brahamarambha(Rakul Preet) shares a very close relationship with her father. During one of her family weddings, Shiva(Chaitanya) falls head over heels for her. The scene shifts to Vizag where Brahamarambha comes to pursue her further studies. Shiva continues to charm her but Brahamarambha never acknowledges Shivas true love and gets into a huge fight because of a silly incident. ...Read full review
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam has nothing new and interesting. It has been inspired majorly from Nags yesteryear super hit film Ninne Pelladatha. If one ignores that the films plot has nothing new to reveal, the film is a treat as the name suggests. Kalyan Krishna showed no interest on the story and he was focused much in impressing the family audience. ...Read full review

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