Rakshasudu Review

Movie Review : Rakshasudu 

Director : Ramesh Varma

Producer: Satyanarayana Koneru

Banner:  A Studio

Music: Ghibran

Starring: Bellamkonda Sreenivas, Anupama Parameswaran, Saravanan, Rajeev Kanakala

Release Date: 2nd August 2019

Rating: 3.5/5        

Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Anupama Parameswaran starrer crime thriller drama Rakshasudu, directed by Ramesh Varma, has hit the theaters today on 2nd August 2019. It is remake of Tamil blockbuster movie Ratsasan. Let’s see the storyline of Rakshasudu .

Story: An aspiring film maker  Arun (Bellamkonda Sreenivas)  left the film industry due to the family circumstances, and becomes  a cop. At that time city is panic about a serial killer who is killing the school girls.  Arun starts the investigation and comes to know about this serial killer? How does Arun solve the case of serial killer and  catches him, form rest of the story.

Plus Points:

·         Bellamkonda Sreenivas

·         Anupama Parameswaran

·         Performance

·         Screenplay

·         Background score

 Minus Points:

·         Villain’ Flashback

Performance:  The performance of Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Rajiv Kanakala are the major assets of the film.  Both Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Rajiv Kanakala excelled in emotions. Bellamkonda gives his heart and soul for Rakshasudu and his genuine approach towards the character is seen. Anupama Parameswaran got lesser important role as a school teacher and she is just ok. Suzane Goerge, Saravanan, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, Vinod Sagar have done a great job with their roles.  The rest of the cast performed accordingly.

 Technical:  The story of Rakshasudu is  in line with how psycho thrillers work. When the cop figure out there’s a serial killer on the prowl, Arun, who is an underdog, persuades them to take an unconventional route. This sets the pace for a cat-and-mouse chase that’s extremely well packed.  Venkat C. Dilip ‘s cinematography is fantastic. Ghibran’s BGM uplifts the film to a whole new levelThe art work designed for the psycho’s residence is good. The editing is ok.

Analysis: Watch Rakshasudu for the structured and engaging screenplay that makes it an intense psycho thriller.


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