Nice movie. However, it is too nice to believe to belong to the current generation of youth/stories. Nevertheless, the authentic village backdrop, the almost-real-characters, the comedy, the songs and dialogues, the background score, will make you feel good during and at the end of the movie. And as Neema mentioned, we will surely keep talking about those comedy scenes even after the movie.
More than halfway into Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru, a character remarks, and I paraphrase, "There are many stories about those who manage to express their love, but there are hardly any stories about the ones who fail to do so." Raja Vaaru Rani Gaaru is the story of one such man who just cannot summon the courage to confess his feelings to the woman he loves.
Raja (Kiran Abbavaram) has been in love with his classmate Rani (Rahasya Gorak) from even before he knew the meaning of the term. However, he is never able to bring himself to convey it to her.