Raajadhani Files Movie Review

Published On: February 15, 2024   |   Posted By:

Raajadhani Files Movie Review

Raajadhani Files Movie Title

Raajadhani Files Movie Title

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“Raajadhani Files” is a Telugu-language drama film written and directed by Bhanu Shankar and produced by Ravi Shankar Kantamaneni under the banner of Telugu One Productions. The movie stars Akilan Pushparaj (in his Telugu debut), Vishal Patni, Vinod Kumar Alva, and Vani Viswanath in pivotal roles. The film’s music is composed by Manisharma, cinematography is handled by Ramesh, and editing is done by Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao. The film gained significant attention upon the release of its trailer. The movie team claims to portray the struggles of Amaravati farmers. It was released today in theaters amidst controversies.


The story revolves around the farmers of Ayiravathi, who gave land for the capital development and the government of Aruna Pradesh. In the next general elections, the government of Aruna Pradesh changes, with the KRS party coming to power. They decide to establish four capitals for Aruna Pradesh. What will happen to the farmers who gave land for Ayiravathi under the previous government? How will the farmers react, and how will the present government, the KRS party, respond to the farmers?


“Raajadhani Files,” directed by Bhanu Shankar, hit theaters today. It’s a movie that tells the story of farmers from Amaravathi, although in the movie it’s called Ayiravathi, and how they struggled against the government. The plot is based on real-life events, but some parts are made up for the movie. The movie starts in 1995 in a village called Velagagudem, where we meet Vinod Kumar, as the village head, who loves helping people. His son, on the other hand, doesn’t like village life and leaves when he’s young.

Raajadhani Files Movie Release Poster

Raajadhani Files Movie Release Poster

When the son returns, he finds out that the government plans to turn Ayiravathi into a capital city, which means the farmers will lose their land. At first, the farmers are happy because they think it will bring them prosperity. But when a new government, called the KRS party, comes to power and decides to make four capitals, the farmers’ lives get worse. They can’t make a living without their land, so they start protesting.

The movie shows real incidents like the police covering up protest camps so the Chief Minister won’t see them, and how the police mistreat the farmers. It also shows fake cases and corruption in politics. The movie doesn’t take sides with any political party but focuses on the farmers’ struggles and how the government reacts.

Although some parts of the movie feel too dramatic, the cinematography and production values are good. The movie suggests solutions for having multiple capitals, but they might not work in real life. Overall, the movie effectively shows the challenges farmers face without getting caught up in political drama.


  • Shows farmers’ struggles realistically.
  • Includes real-life incidents.
  • Balanced portrayal without Political bias.
  • Good cinematography and production.


  • Some dramatic dialogues.
  • Editing could be better.
  • Solutions may not work.

Technical Aspects:

The production values and cinematography by Ramesh are decent, providing a visually pleasing experience. Mani Sharma’s music adds depth to the story and fits well with the narrative, potentially opening up opportunities for him. However, editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao could have been more concise, as some parts of the movie feel unnecessarily prolonged, affecting the pacing. Director Bhanu Shankar somewhat succeeds in portraying reality but could have focused more on effectively addressing it.


“Raajadhani Files” tells an important story about farmers facing tough times due to political decisions. While some parts may seem too dramatic, the movie’s heart is in the right place, and we can watch it for its message about standing up for what’s right.