Arun Janardhan's Film Reviews
The Prabhu Dheva school of film-making, which includes flying cars, crowd-pleasing dialogues and some loud acting, has worked commercially for him in the past with Wanted and Rowdy Rathore. This time, with R… Rajkumar, the director may have perhaps pushed his luck too far.
There will be far more worthwhile things to do this weekend than watch R… Rajkumar.
This is a layered film, which will hold your attention through every second. There are just two principle characters after the first 10 minutes, actually just one for the majority of the rest of the narrative, but Cuaron uses space and time with such skill that his imagination is to be seen to be believed.