Naan Rajavaga Pogiren (U)
26/Apr/2013 Action, Drama

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Naan Rajavaga Pogiren
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Impressive in Parts

NRP has a solid storyline with a twist at the end that not everybody can see coming. But it somehow ends up as a product that delivers little compared to what it had promised. The movie tends to drag at places and a crisper screenplay should have helped. The mandatory crude item number does no good to the pace of the movie. >> more

by - MovieCrow on 26/Apr/2013

Rating (2.5/5)


It is well-worn, formulaic fare

Among the positives, the director brings in a character Jeeva (Nakul) who lives in Himachal Pradesh, speaks Hindi and his link with Raja, which forms the suspense. Except for the songs and that unwarranted item song (Zarine Khan) the film is fast paced. GV Prakash's songs are hummable and is a major plus for the film.

by - Sify.com

Rating (2.5/5)

Give it a miss if you don't want to get bored

The film has a lot of twists and turns, flashbacks, song and fight sequences and of course the much-talked about item number; in short the film has all elements of a quintessential masala film. However, nothing seems to work for the film. Not even the dialogues by popular director Vetrimaaran do any wonders.

by - Rediff.com

Rating (2/5)

Ambitious, but let down by a less engrossing screenplay

The story is the strongest element of Naan Rajavaga Pogiren. On paper, it looks excellent but what spoils it is the screenplay. Prithvi Rajkumar has attempted to do a Vetrimaaran's style of screenplay, but hasn't done it quite well. Too many flashbacks leave the audience befuddled at places. Another let down in the film is its poor pace.

by - Behindwoods.com

Rating (2/5)

This Masala works

We feel that the director was in a hurry to rush through this material in two-and-a-half hours - there's no other explanation, in a film otherwise so well-thought-out, for a contrivance as ugly as the sudden appearance of the hero's father in an action sequence.

by - The Hindu

Rating (3/5)

Melodramatic cliches

Rajkumar, who relies on melodramatic cliches to sail through the emotional moments, overdoes them at times. In the scene when Reema is about to propose to Raja, Valli literally comes in between them. But he doesn't stop there and goes for a shot of Valli (unknowingly) stepping on the rose meant for him.

by - Times Of India

Rating (2.5/5)