Raja Vikramarka Review: Predictable fare

Telugu360 is known for breaking news first on web media and is referenced by all the major publications for Telugu news. Mirchi9, as always, will bring you the ‘first-on-net’ Raja Vikramarka 2021 review, genuinely and honestly. — Vikram along with couple of others operate as a secret NIA. He is posted at Home Minister’s house to act as an under cover. — Muddu Krishna as LIC agent is trying to bring some laughs. Kartikeya along with Sudhakar Komakula working on under cover operation.

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The film is carrying a decent buzz as it is titled after Chiranjeevi’s yesteryear classic. With Chiru himself wishing Raja Vikramarka’s team a day before the film’s release, the expectations around the film have reached the next level. As I had mentioned, earlier the film suffers from severe predictability.

One wrote that it was a ‘below-par action thriller’. He shared that the ‘weak script’ and ‘illogical scenes’ proved to be its undoing while adding that narration too did not create an impact. He, however, praised Kartikeya’s work, the background music and cinematography. Not just that, many other scenes and plots are also predictable. A novice NIA officer Raja Vikramarka aka Vikram will be assigned his first major case after a silly mistake he does. Vikram’s responsibility is to save Home Minister Chandrasekhar from a notorious Naxal leader in exile, Guru Narayana .

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The first half is filled with comical scenes, romantic sequences and a good interval block. The second half had a good setup but once again the lack of engaging and unique narration makes us get bored. Karthikeya looks perfectly fit in the role of an NIA officer. His antics in the comedy scenes are great but he needs to focus more on emotional sequences.

He looks fit and possesses the finesse to play an NIA officer. Not to mention, has good comedic timing and can dance well. As in basterin.com reviews his previous films, he’s let down by a dull script. Sudhakar Komakula is decent but doesn’t really show what he’s capable of.

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