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N.T. Rama Rao Jr.,
Rabhasa is a 2014 Telugu film written & directed by Santosh Srinivas. The story revolves around a US return student Karthik who pledges to marry his uncle Dhananjay's daughter Indu which was his mother's wish. A small family feud ends up with both the families getting separated. The rest of the story is all about how he controls the relationship and fulfills the wish of his mother.
First of all, I want to make it clear that I used to be a big fan of NTR until he used to make movies like Adhurs and Brindaavanam and I still gave him a chance after the disappointing Baadshah and Ramayya Vastavayya, but this one is seriously frustrating.
The director had no plot in his mind, he just wanted to project the hero as a larger than life as most of the films these days do. He just created a couple of scenes in which the hero is projected as 'God' for all the 'divine' stuff he does(like sacrificing his love, forgiving others, trying to patch up a family for no reason,etc.)and then combined them all with a senseless screenplay. The screenplay doesn't any sense at all. And the fights are hilarious. I think NTR is trying to beat Balayya in this department(and he is successful I must say!)
The way the story progresses is truly hilarious. And look at the coincidences in the movie: The guy who the heroine calls randomly to save a couple(and that guy can be anywhere in the whole country, but he is just few kilometers away from her!!! wow) - is the same guy who happens to be her cousin - the same guy who comes to cast cheap tricks to impress her(and the way he confuses with someone else instead of her is something you should not miss). The way the heroine is convinced that the guy who saved the couple is also praise-worthy. The villains are eager to kill their own brother-in- law but the hero who is a stranger to that family is vying to save him!!!!
Acting: NTR is as usual good but gets nothing new to do in this stale script. Samantha is okay. Nassar, Jayaprakash and Jayasudha are plain mediocres who are palying their routine characters once again. Rest all: ajay, brahmanandam, ali, shinde and others are only overacting.
Verdict: One of the worst films ever made in Tollywood. I hope NTR becomes carefull while choosing 'masala' scripts from next time because even balayya and kalyanram are these days coming up with watchable stuff.
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