Radhe Shyam Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

by Aravind
Radhe Shyam Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew
  • Rating:
    2 out of 5 (2/5)
  • Director:
    Radha Krishna Kumar
  • Cast:
    Prabhas, Pooja Hegde
  • Banner:
    T-Series Films, UV Creations
  • Producer:
    Bhushan Kumar (Hindi), Vamsi, Pramod, Praseedha (Telugu)
  • Music:
    S. Thaman, Sanchit Balhara, Ankit Balhara
  • Release Dt :
    Mar, 11 2022

Radhe Shyam Story

Radhe Shyam is a poetic tale and is set in 1976 in Europe. The film is all about the battle between love and destiny. Vikramaditya (Prabhas) is a palmist of Indian origin and he flies to Europe. He meets several bigwigs and predicts things well about their future. Vikramaditya meets Dr Prerna (Pooja Hegde) and falls in love. Prerna suffers from a health issue but Vikramaditya assures her a long life. The rest of Radhe Shyam is all about the predictions of Vikramaditya and his love for Prerna. Watch the film to know about the real story.

Radhe Shyam Analysis

Radhe Shyam Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

The first half of Radhe Shyam is packed with romance and the visuals are spectacular. Each and every frame looks poetic and sounds like a perfect painting. But the first half is slow-paced and lacks commercial ingredients. It's high time for Prabhas to shed his weight and work on his looks. He looks pale and out of shape. The makers have spent a bomb on his corrections Most of the film is shot in special sets which look rich and remind us about the vintage Europe. Some of the exterior shots are canned in real locations of Italy and Europe. The train episode is decent and the interval episode is shot well. The first half of Radhe Shyam is pretty decent.

The second half of Radhe Shyam is a huge disappointment. The film offers nothing new and the narration happens on a snail pace. The songs are shot well and the cinematography work, background score stand out. The most hyped climax portion shot lavishly on a ship is a huge disappointment. The pre-climax episodes too are boring and the second half of Radhe Shyam is a huge let down. The love story is also not well narrated and it lacks the needed emotional connect. The production values are grand enough.


Prabhas has to work on his looks immediately. The actor looks out of shape and lacks sharpness. Some of the episodes make it clear to the audience that they are digitally corrected. The actor does his part well and his voice modulation should have been better. Pooja Hegde looks gorgeous on screen and does her part well. She looks like a princess and nails it with her performance. All the other actors like Jagapathi Babu, Sachin Khedekar, Bhagyashree and Priyadarshi have crisp roles and they are of less prominence. All the other actors did their parts well.

Radhe Shyam is a film that lacks an interesting script and plot. The movie is set in Europe and is visually fantastic. The technical aspects are the major highlights of the film. The screenplay and dialogues also make no impact. The music by Justin Prabhakaran is good and Thaman dominates the show with his background score. Manoj Paramahamsa's cinematography work stands out and is a treat. The film takes you to the vintage mood. The production values by UV Creations are grand enough. Radha Krishna Kumar should have worked on the script well. The narration is pale and boring and it happens on a slow pace.

Radhe Shyam Final Word

Radhe Shyam is a film that is laced with grand production values and technical aspects. An interesting plot and some gripping narration would have done wonders.

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