Rakshasudu Movie Review

Cast: Bellamkonda Sreenivas, Anupama Parameswaran, Saravanan, Vinod Sagar, Rajeev Kanakala and Vinodhini Vaidyanathan

Director: Ramesh Varma
Music: Ghibran
Producer: Satyanarayana Koneru
Release date: 2nd Aug, 2019

Bellamkonda Srinivas, who has so far done starry roles, picks a character that is devoid of stardom in the usual sense. It is the lead and has a couple of fights, but, in general, the persona is a grounded one and far removed from the over the top ‘superhero’ stuff one gets to see.

Rating:3/5 – Read Full Review on Mirchi9.com

An aspiring film maker Arun quits his futile attempts in film industry , finally takes up a Police SI Job. At that time city is panic about a serial killer who is targeting school girls. As his research for cinema scripts was on psycho killers,Arun dedicatedlyfocusses on investigating the serial killer’s case.

Rating: 2.75/5 – Read Full Review on Telugu360.com

Arun (Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas) wanted to be a filmmaker but he becomes a police officer. In Hyderabad city, series of murders happen and he suspects that a serial killer is on the loose. He uses out-of-the box ideas in investigating this case but he always stumbles on roadblocks in catching the serial killer. A personal loss further determines him to hunt for the killer.

Rating: 3/5 – Read Full Review on TeluguCinema.com

This faithful remake of the Tamil film ‘Ratsasan’ engages the audience throughout, relying more on its story and its anti-social villain.  When it comes to thrillers like this one, it’s important not to lose sight of believability.  And director Ramesh Varma ensures believability factor.

Rating: 3/5 – Read Full Review on IndiaGlitz.com

Director Ramesh Varma rightly, cleverly adopted Tamil hit Ratsasan and made it an engaging thriller throughout. The original was actually a mix of cult psycho killer thrillers from Hollywood. With a solid dose of hair raising elements, Rakshasudu leads in one direction before seriously changing its path post intermission thus keeping firmness intact. 

Rating: 3/5 – Read Full Review on CineJosh.com