Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu Movie Review
‘Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu’ is the product or output of a wrongfully contrived mind that is so extremely pervert that its creator Posani Krishna Murali assumes that he is the only surviving single living entity of the fast disappearing species of the Human Genius or the ultimate top notch Homo Sapiens.
rajavari-chepala-cheruvu movie reviwThere was a time, when a particular character in a film is called an ‘Iron Leg’, because whenever the ‘Iron Leg’ character enters any scene, something untoward automatically and actually happens.
Posani, who, once upon a time, was a good script writer, turns into an ‘Acid Leg’ director of mass communication infotainment media and inadvertently or otherwise, burns the media and also annihilates the sensitive, yet equally sensible sensibilities of the cinema crazy Tollywood audience.
I had been a cine buff and a film critic from around 60 years since my birth, right from the first film I saw on the silver screen in my present life.
And so, whatever his own filmy or flimsy business proposition is or was , why this so called auter or helmer Posani Krishna Murali has the right to abuse and misuse my visually audio creative sensitivity through an insensitive Cinema by creating an insensitive audio-visual insensibility called ‘ Rajavari Chepala Cheruv’?
It starts with an inhuman male throwing ‘Acid” on a girl for the obvious reasons that his romantic advances towards her had been willfully or otherwise thwarted by her. And the blighter, who has no essence of maleness to at least seduce a female partner, starts and sets off a programme of vengeance. And then all sorts of characters collude, collaborate and coordinate a drama of revenge and vengence.
Every scene in ‘Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu’ is utterly and easily predictable.
Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu : Telugu Movie ReviewShould I say more about the so called story?
If there is one…
I am now certain that Posani Krishna Murali is a celluloid version of the mega-maniac of the psycho-version of a megalomaniac. Posani should urgently be confined to a psychiatrist’s clinic.
Perhaps, even the Censor Board has to amend its rules and impose a permanent ban on mad mavericks like Posani from doing anything connected to cinema.
Forget about thespian performances; Posani and other fellow actors have to be condemned into eternal damnation because they do not know the basics of Naatya Shastra written by the sage Bhaaratha, after whom our Kharma Bhoomi has been named as Bhaaratha Desam.
What can the poorly paid technicians do, when a madly self-centered, megalomaniac film director, who thinks he is just a simple tetra-pack of the combined genius of Coppola-Spielberg-Sorcerese and/or even Richard Attenborough of ‘Gandhi’ fame or Cecil B. DeMille who made the cult film ’The Ten Commandments’.
A poor concept made poorer by the poorest of narration is a film called ‘Rajavari Chepala Cheruvu’.
Posani Krishna Murali seems to be the under the mistaken impression that cinema is a medium to send a message for reformation to the public at large or just that film is an instrument of moral preaching, because some ‘bakra’ is producing it .
A long time ago, when MGM’s first all-color, “all-talking” sound feature film with dialogue ‘The Rogue Song’, was launched, the producers organised a press conference.
A cinema correspondent asked whether Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer Inc., was giving any message through their latest experimental film.
Goldwin, the principal producer of MGM answered by saying that he would send a simple telegram costing just a few pence to send a message, but he would never resort to a million dollar film just to give a some sort of message to the audience.
Incidentally, MGM made the Oscar winning thriller ‘Ben-Hur’
Posani appears to think that he is a great thinker of all times and he can transform the entire society in a jiffy by throwing a stupid film into the lap-look of the public.
How conspicuously idiotic one can be, when one thinks that he/she is more moral and ethical than you and me; who also thinks that he/she is more loyal than the King or more religious and spiritual than even God?
The Cast and Crew
Posani, Gaina, Brahmanandam, Ali, Kota Srinivasa Rao, Raghubabu, MS, Krishna Bhagawan, Sunil, Venumadhav, Giribabu, Ranganath, Chalapati Rao, Kondavalasa, Zubeda Khan, Shakeel and others
Music: Vandemataram Srinivas
Camera: Gadiraju Srinivas
Producers: Subramanyam and Rupesh Y
Banner: Lakshmi Ganapathi Films
Story, dialogue, screenplay and direction: Posani Krishna Murali
Minus (-) 2 out of a possible plus (+) 5
Review by Deen Kumar