Radha Movie Review: Radha is the latest Telugu movie of Sharwanand and Lavanya Tripathi, directed by Chandra Mohan. This Romantic comedy drama is set to hit the silver screen on May 12th and Here is Our Honest review of Radha Movie.
Main Roles: Sharwanand, Lavanya Tripathi
Director: Chandra Mohan
Producer: BVSN Prasad
Music: Karthik Ghattamaneni
Genre: Romantic Comedy Drama
Radha Movie Review & Story Plot:
Radha Movie Story:
The story starts with a young boy Radha Krishna, who is fascinated to become police officer right from his childhood. He is also a staunch Krishna devotee! Finally, Radha Qualifies the police Entrance, gets trained and gets his first posting at Barsanapalle ( Warangal ) – a zero crime rate place.
Here comes the lead lady Radha, a college student who is not very different. Radha Krishna’s attempts to woo Radha. Both the hero and Heroine are named Radha. Then Radha Krishna gets transferred to Dhoolpet, Hyderabad.
A parallel track with cat and mouse game between Sharwa and Ravi Kishan. Then it goes on with some warnings between villain gang and Radha. Then its gets involved with some ruling political party heads. Why this came and what happened next forms the crux of the story.
In this film, we can see Sharwanand as Radha Krishna and Lavanya as Radha .
Radha Movie Review:
‘Radha’ has created quite a lot of curiosity among his fans with its interesting trailer and songs. When I watched the number ‘Khakhi chokka’, I was thoroughly impressed. sharwa is very different on and off screen.
Coming to ‘Radha’, the content of the film, going by the response to the trailer, is promising. It’s entertaining and a kind of film which is a cakewalk for a performer like Sharwanand. Lavanya playing a college girl and has done a mass song, a modern number, a classical song in this movie.
The film characteristics, acting and behviour are definitely in the mold of a commercial film. Radha’s police training scenes , involving saptagiri -JP are funny. The rich production values and the audio composed by Radhan got a decent response.