Release Date: November 26, 2021
Cast: Raj Tarun, Kashish Khan, Posani Krishna Murali, Aadukalam Narain, Ajay, Ravi Krishna, Sudarshan, Temper Vamsi, Adarsh Balakrishna, Ariana
Directed by: Srinu Gavireddy
Producers: Supriya Yarlagadda
Music Director: Gopi Sundar
Cinematography: Vijay Binny
Editing: Chhota K Prasad
'Raju' lives as a security guard in Hyderabad doing a small job and falls in love with 'Kashish Khan', a heroine who is a software employee. From here, however, some unexpected consequences arise in his life. And what are the challenges he faces? How will things change until he is killed? To know how the film has a connection to his village backdrop is to watch this film on the silver screen.
Those who want good fun in this movie will find good comedy for the occasion. Also, Raj Tarun was impressed with his good looks and acting in this movie. Everyone already knows his comedy timing but dialogue delivery but the director was able to get it right in his two shades in this film. Settled performance as a fun guy in the countryside as a security guard.
This is a good debut for heroine Kashish Khan. His looks but dialogue delivery and demeanor all appeared neat in the film. Raj Tarun also had a good chemistry workout between himself. Also, Tamil actor Naren appeared as a villain in the film and was impressed.
Along with them, comedian Sudarshan generated some good fun for a while. Also, actor Ajay and Adarsh Balakrishna roles should be given special mention. Also the interval twist in the film but the first half but impresses the viewers.
The production values of the producers in this film are good. Vijay Binny’s cinematography on the technical team has been beautiful, especially when it comes to going to the Village Backdrop. Also, the score is given by Gopi Sundar but the songs are impressive. Editing still needs to be done better.
When it comes to director Srinu Gavireddy, I can say that his work is OK overall. The other half had to rethink the presentation even though his performance was somewhat good. Even if the story is not so new, the story has to be presented anew. Care has to be taken in terms of casting as well.
Looking at the finale, this "Anubhavinchu Raja" is good to laugh at, with Raj Tarun and debutant actress Kashish Khan performing impressively. But the lack of novelty in the story is just as frustrating as the lack of proper emotions. The first half was okay but the second half was not so tasty so with a few low expectations we can watch it once this weekend.