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Anubhavinchu Raja: Don't take life too seriously, says the single Bathike Haayiga from Raj Tarun's next

The number composed by Gopi Sundar, lyricised by Bhaskarabhatla Ravi Kumar takes you through the life of a security guard

Srivathsan Nadadhur
Nov 15, 2021
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Anubhavinchu Raja is among the many small-budgeted films to have lined up for a release in November. The film starring Raj Tarun, Kashish Khan in the lead roles is slated to hit theatres on November 26. Directed by Sreenu Gavireddy (who also helmed the watchable Seethamma Andaalu Ramayya Sithralu), the entertainer is produced by Supriya Yarlagadda under Annapurna Studios in collaboration with Sri Venkateswara Cinemas LLP. The thrid single from the film, Bathike Haayiga, sung by Deepu and lyricised by Bhaskarabatla Ravi Kumar was launched on Monday.

Unlike the earlier promos of Anubhavinchu Raja, you realise that the film isn't a full-fledged rural entertainer, as it was being proclaimed. Surprisingly, it has Raj Tarun playing the role of a security guard at an IT firm. The number shows how well has the actor has gotten into the skin of his role, be it his looks, body language or costumes. He is seen as a courteous, happy-go-lucky youngster who enjoys his work, is friends with most of his colleagues, doesn't worked up too easily and takes life as it comes minus any expectations. 

Bhaskarabhatla's strength as a lyricist has always been his simplicity - there's poetry in his work but he doesn't rely on flowery words, cliched metaphors and has a near-conversational approach to his lyrics. This is exactly what comes through in his latest number as well. The song is a plea to remember your human qulaities forget your false pride, embrace your flaws, not take life too seriously and treat everyone with a generosity. Actors like Sudharshan, Bhadram, Kashish Khan and Posani Krishna Murali are also seen in the song.

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Aadukalam Naren, Ajay, Temper Vamsi, Aadharsh Bhalakrishna, Ravi Krishna, Bhupal Raju and Ariyana also play crucial roles in Anubhavinchu Raja. Gopi Sundar has scored the music while Nagesh Banell has cranked the camera for the same. The film is edited by Chota K Prasad and the art directors include Supriya Battepati and Ramkumar. Vijay Binni has choreographed the numbers, with Sathish doing his bit as an action director. Apart from Anubhavinchu Raja, another film of Raj Tarun, titled Stand Up Rahul, is also awaiting release. 


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