Radha is comedy cum action based Telugu movie released today in cinemas. In this movie, Sharwanand plays a role of fun-loving cop Radha Krishna. He is back with a commercial entertainer after the super success of Shatamanam Bhavati. Radha movie revolves around the fun-loving cop who goes to any extent to serve the department. One fine day, he is transferred to Hyderabad and gets into a tussle with a would-be chief minister Sujatha(Ravi Kissan). The in the investigation, he finds out that Sujatha is a dreaded criminal who is trying to somehow take up the top post in the state. Rest of the story is as to how a small time cop like Radha manages to dethrone a powerful politician like Sujatha and stops him from taking the ultimate power.
Radha Cast and Crew
Director: Chandra Mohan
Producer: Bhogavalli Bapineedu
Music Director: Radhan
Starring: Sharwanand, Lavanya Tripathi, Aksha Pardasan
Radha is undoubtedly Sharwa’s show all the way. The story and setting have been precisely made to take the young hero to another level and Sharwa does full justice and comes out victorious. He has convincingly performed all the traits of a true commercial hero and carries the entire film on his shoulders. Sharwa’s comedy timing, his romantic angle and serious avatar, everything has been showcased in a perfect way.
The first half of the film has good fun with the romantic angle between Sharwa and Lavanya shown in a funny way. The second half and villain’s track has traces of Race Gurram. Ravi Kishan plays a role of Race Gurram character. Once the twist is revealed during the second half, the last 15 minutes are quite predictable and routine. Production of the movie was pretty good as the film has been made on a decent scale. Radha’s music sounds good with the visuals and his background score is very apt. Dialogues are funny and have been written with a lot of wits. Sharwa has been styled nicely as he looks handsome.
Overall, Radha is one film which has only been made to showcase Sharwa in a mass and commercial angle. While Sharwa passes the test with full marks, the film ends up as a routine and predictable watch for most of the time.