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

Director : Ramesh Varma

Producers : Satyanarayana Koneru

Music Director : Gibran

Release Date : 2nd August 2019

Espicy Rating:

Rakshasudu starring Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Anupama Parameswaran, directed by Ramesh Varma and produced by Satyanarayana Koneru, has hit the theatres today on 2nd August 2019. Rakshasudu is a remake of Tamil blockbuster movie Ratsaan. Let’s see the storyline of Rakshasudu.

Story:  Arun (Bellamkonda Sreenivas) is an assistant director looking for a producer who will back his filmmaking debut, but because of the family circumstances, he becomes a cop. A serial killer is in the town is killing the school kids. How Arun (Bellamkonda Srinivas), finds about the serial killer’s presence and catches the culprit, form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

·Bellamkonda Sreenivas

·Anupama Parameswaran




Minus Points:

·Lack of entertainment

Performance: Bellamkonda Sreenivas comes up with terrific performance as an emotionally drained man in a few scenes. He brings believability to the role of a cop with his body language. Anupama Parameswaran continues her winning streak.  Suzane Goerge, Saravanan, Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, and Vinod Sagar are good. Rajeev Kanakala gets the brother-in-law role and he plays it effectively. The rest of the cast justify their roles.

Technical: The story of Rakshasudu is very interesting. The director has succeeded in engaging the audience with his tight screenplay. Ghibran’s music is highlighted. His music helps the film tremendously. Venkat C. Dilip ‘s cinematography is good. The artwork designed for the psycho’s residence is superb. The editing is fine. Rakshasudu also has a good number of gripping moments.

Analysis: Ratsasan, a dark psycho-thriller drama is watchable for the audience who like this genre.