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6.4 / 10


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Jul 17, 2020 at 01:03 pm


Shatrughan Sinha as Shivaji Rao
Vivek Oberoi as Pratap Ravi
Suriya as Suryanarayan Reddy / Surya
Sudeep as DCP Mohan Prasad
Priyamani as Bhavani / Gangula Bhanumati

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Movie Reviews

Somewhere between average and good

There are many positives going for this movie. The story is true to its land, the acting is great, no commercial elements so on paper everything seems to be right.

But when you stretch a small story for more than 2 hours then it becomes a big bore. RGV could have easily put both the movie parts together in 1 piece and that would have made it a great watch.

Many scenes move in slow motion. The technique works at the start but then you see too many scenes following the pattern that it tires you, especially in the end.

I would still give this 7/10 since the movie tells an important story something which is still not very well understood by many.

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Good attempt, not as great as the first.

There have been blood, lot of blood, in Rakht Charitra 1. The second installment, Rakht Charitra 2, or 'Raththa Saritram' in Tamil, is no different. It follows the same track of the prequel, with lot of bloodshed, revenge, extreme expressions, symbolic scenes, etc etc. Plus, this movie has a surprise element to it, none other than 'Surya the Ghajini'. Thanks to RGV, we see a completely different Surya on screen ,one who roars and spits venom in dialogues, rather than play guitar or fight as a responsible cop of the state.

The story of Raththa Saritram can be told in a few lines, but they have executed it well. The movie is performance based, rather than a story based one. It has similar incidents as Rakht Charitra 1, but the basic plot is the never-ending chain of vengeance and revenge.

While the former movie belonged to Vivek Oberoi, this Raththa Saritram belongs to Surya, just because of the way the actor has performed in the movie. The character is not penned so deeply, it is nowhere near Pratap Ravi's character (Played by Vivek Oberoi), but Surya overcomes this problem, and carries out a commendable performance, almost par with that of Vivek Oberoi. There are many scenes that just make us say 'wow!! What a performance!!'. Surely, this is one of the best performances of 2010, and a notable one in Surya's career, after 'Pitaamahan', 'Ghajini' and 'Vaaranam Aayiram'. His action sequences are awesome, the fight scenes in court and jail are very good. Also, he is on the top, in the scene of TV Bomb blast.

Vivek Oberoi, the protagonist of Rakht Charitra 1, performs equally well in this movie also. He overshadows Surya in various instances, and his expressions are just great!! Everything is perfect, and such a performance can't been so often in Indian cinema. Even though he doesn't get much screen space in this, he manages to excel in whatever he does. What a performance, man!! I just want to recall a few sequences, such as argument scene and the next scene with Radhika Apte, conversation with Surya and the very next scene, etc etc.. He is a show stealer, and people who watched the first part will surely be sad about him not getting lot of screen presence.

The remaining cast do their jobs well. Radhika Apte, Priyamani, Sudeep, Shatrughan Sinha, and all others are fine.

Cinematography is very good, but looks a little bit awkward and bizarre at times, especially the 360 degree rotating scenes. It would have been used in just 1 scene, but it is used in 3-4 scenes, and doesn't look good at times.

There are nothing much to mention about the lower sides of the movie, but I really felt sad during the final assassination. Camera should have focused to Pratap also, but sadly it doesn't happen. It would have been a great cinematic experience, considering how Vivek performed throughout the movie. But sadly they don't give much focus to his expressions during the assassination.

The songs are used frequently in the background, and they are good. One notable song is 'Nagendrahaaray Trilochanaay', it is awesome!! Also, there are many excellent dialogues in the movie.

Revenge never ends, and that is what the closing scene of the movie implies. And the director has been successful in his effort to reach the message to the viewers. This is among RGV's finest works, and is very good in all aspects.

On the whole, I personally liked the first part rather than the second, but that is just a personal choice.This one is equally good!! Go watch it!! PS: If you are a movie lover, then you must watch both the movies Rakht Charitra 1 and 2, and if you are a Surya lover, watch the second one!!!

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Perfection, emotion and brilliance

Raktha Charithra-2 is based on a true story. There are many positive elements in this movie like Acting, especially Surya Sivakumar i can't write down this by not preferring him. Outstanding performance .. Also Vivek, he also done very well, Actresses also keep their stand of acting. next is Technical side, all technical elements are good, cinematography, editing, sound design are very good. while we watching the movie we feel that we are watching it as real, thats the brilliance of RGV. Slow motion scenes were taken very well. by watching this movie we can conclude that RC-2 is a good movie but not for sensitive hearts. i will give 8/10 rating to this movie.

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Surya bloody-well rise in Bollywood

Its Blood Story once again! And we cant blame or complain, as we were already warned about it earlier. We were aware of this coming! The Prequel had its share of Blood Bath and the overflow continues with Blood on the Screen with more violence and more torture! For all those, who had skipped out from the Blood Galore in the First, here is a Flashback (A recap) of the Part I

I would rather put it this way, you like it or you hate it, but you cannot ignore it. And RGV's Charitra is rough, scary, disturbing, horrifying and bloody hell! He loves it too! A man who does not think from the heart, but pours blood out of the heart! Indeed, with so much violence and no violins at all, he could give any viewer a Heart Attack!

Its the rise of the Sun. And this Son (Surya, the actor who also is the Character - Surya Reddy) sparkles the screen with his first rate performance. He is here to avenge the murder of his father, who was brutally killed by Pratap. Oberoi and Suriya stand face to face to face all the consequences of their brutal rivalry in and out of Prison. Shotgun Sinha is powerful as the Politician who is for this sequel, a bit Khamosh! Kannada Actor Sudeep has got his due in this film after that minuscule role in the prequel. Here it's a RANN-ing performance. With regard to other characters, they are all Telugu Actors portraying Telugu characters in a Hindi film. (P.S: This is a 3 language film) and for that matter, you almost feel that you are watching a Telugu Dubbed Film!

Despite the overdose of violence, it can be called an intense film, with so many sub-plots. The screenplay also paints a true picture of the political parties with which they were involved, their families and the moral support from their non glamorous women (Zarina Wahab, Radhika Apte and Priyamani) in their lives.

While the Part I was more on reality, the Part II looks fictional. If Oberoi's fans are expecting more from him, sorry guys - this is meant for Suriya's launch pad, so he gets more footage and no doubt that Oberoi has been appreciated, Suriya is the one who takes all the credit this time. And before we say 'all is well, that ends well' - who knows, if RGV is already planning for the third series? And if he seriously does so, then - RGV is indeed a Bloody Fellow!

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