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Lasya, Revanth, Noel Sean, Taraka Ratna
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June 16, 2017
Raja Meeru Keka - Story
Ravi (Revanth), Sasank (Noel), Swetha (Lasya), Seenu (RJ Hemanth) are best friends. Ravi and Swetha work in a software company named Truetech. Naga Raju (Tarak Ratna) is the CEO of the company which is worth 1000 crores. With the hunger of money, Nagaraju joins hands with the CM (Posani) and invests his entire money in real estate. The board members who are not interested in this resigns from the company which results in the company shares growing down. As a result, the company comes to a close situation. Nagaraju surrender to the cops and CM tries to help him out. On the other side, Swetha and Ravi lose their jobs. Ravi's father dies of a heart attack and Swetha including her family attempts suicide. What did Ravi, Sasank and Seenu do to Nagaraju who is responsible for many families getting affected is the rest of the story of the film.
Raja Meeru Keka - Star Performance
Noel, Hemanth and Revanth have all done well. They stick to their roles and did a neat job. Lasya is at ease. She come up with good show. Lasya is easy on eyes. Taraka Ratna is good as baddie. Posani is at his usual best. Other cast is okay.
Raja Meeru Keka - Technical Team
As said above, the way director Krishna Kishore deals with the film is highly disappointing. Editing by AV Prasad is not up to the mark as many unnecessary scenes can be easily chopped off. Camera work by Ram.P.Reddy is decent. Music by Sricharan is okay but his background score impresses in parts. Production values are just okay.
Raja Meeru Keka - Analysis
Raja Meeru Keka is a film that has a good story. The film was more or less an inspiration from the real incidents that took place when Satyam Software Company has got into a trouble. The same has been changed to cinematic flexibility very well but it was presented in an uninteresting manner. The film has a lot of interesting elements that are presented in a way that was not engaging anymore. The screenplay is boring. There are hardly any highlight scenes in the film and the narration of the movie is slow-paced. The audiences who are watching the film could easily predict the immediate happenings but they do appear on the screen with delay indicating the drags. The first half of the film is slow when compared to the second half of the film. On a whole, the film is a good attempt which can be a lot better.
Raja Meeru Keka - Trailer