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Rakshasudu movie Review

Rakshasudu Review
Rakshasudu Review

Cast & Crew:

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

Rakshasudu  starring Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Anupama Parameswaran has hit the theaters today on 2nd August 2019. It is remake of Tamil blockbuster movie Ratsaan. Let’s see the story of Rakshasudu .


Story: An aspiring film maker Arun ( Bellamkonda Sreenivas) quits the film industry  and becomes a Police SI Job. A serial killer is targeting school girls and killing them. After the research, he comes to know  about the psycho killers, Arun  focuses on investigating the serial killer’s case. How does he catch real culprit form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

  • Bellamkonda Sreenivas
  • Anupama Parameswaran
  • Psycho Investigation
  • Cinematography
  • Interval
  • Story

 Minus Points:

  • Lack of entertainment

Performance: Rakshasudu is one of Bellamkonda Sreenivas’ career best as he looks super fit, confident and carries the role with ease and conviction. Anupama Parameswaran is fine. All the child actors have done their part very well. Even though their screen time is brief, but their amazing performances have lifted the film’s pace. Rajeev Kanakala as brother-in-law delivers his best. Vinodhini Vaidyanathan, who was  seen recently in recently released movie Game Over, has given fantastic performance. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.

Technical: The story of Rakshasudu is  tautly strung. Ghibran’s background score uplifts the film to a whole new level. The sound design is top notch and even very little sounds add to the creepiness.  The visuals and editing go hand in hand with good sync. The dark and night sequences are well lit and shot by the cinematography team. The child abuse angle in  Rakshasudu has been very sensibly done and this is another thing that works for the film. The visuals in Rakshasudu at no point irk you and this is an interesting change in a psycho thriller drama.

Analysis: Rakshasudu has a power-packed screenplay that keeps the game interesting until the end.

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Rakshasudu starring Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Anupama Parameswaran is hitting the theaters today on 2nd August 2019. It is a remake of Tamil blockbuster movie Rahsaan. This movie was initially planned to release on 18th July, but due to various reasons, the film was postponed to 2nd August.

Rakshasudu had a preview show, which was held on 31st July 2019.  Going by the preview reports, Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas starrer Rakshasudu has hit the right chords.

Now, if the reports that have come out after the preview show are anything to go by,  the Telugu movie Rakshasudu has successfully recreated the magic of the original. Both the First and Second half of the film have got good responses.

Stay with us for Rakshasudu movie review, unveiling soon. Keep watching this space.


Rakshasudu Review & Rating by audience: Live updates

Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Anupama Parameswaran starrer Rakshasudu has hit the theaters today. It is all about the story of newly recruited sub-inspector Bellamkonda Sreenivas, who sets out in pursuit of a mysterious serial killer, who targets teen girls and murders them brutally.

The movie has received U/A Certificate from the censor board and it’s runtime is 2.29 hours.

Rakshasudu movie review live updates: We bring you some viewers’ verdict on the movie shared on Twitter.

Anil B @anilgoud960: Just now watched #Rakshasudu FANTASTIC THRILLLERRRRRRRRR……….WHAT A MOVIE… @BSaiSreenivas take a bow bro….BRILLIANT performance @anupamahere you were brilliant too….SURE SHOT BLOCKBUSTER

Movies Box Office @MovieBoxoffice5: #Rakshasudu Censor report 1st half Decent Good 2nd half Good hero acting BGM Excellent Good Film In recent @BSaiSreenivas Movies

Tight_Slapz➿ @Tight_Slapz: #Rakshasudu Review True to the remake. And YES a fantastic show from @BSaiSreenivas A brilliant thriller in recent times. Take a bow to the director.3.75/5

Pradyumna reddy @pradyumnavicky: #Rakshasudu from USA. #Rakshasudu Honest remake, Intense & Engaging screenplay. Perfect Edge of the seat Physchotic Thriller. Must watch in Theatre for #Ghibran’s Background score Experience. Game changer for @BSaiSreenivas @anupamahere @AbhishekPicture @WeekendCinemaUS

My Fav @BSaiSreenivas: Anna .. Wish you All the Best for the Film to become Memorable Blockbuster in Your Carrer. Heay Meri Jaan @anupamahere for you too. Show time = Evening .

Vamsi Tummalachetty @vamsiTc: Disgustingly amazing and disturbing, definitely not for the squeamish!! Intense performance @saisreenivas @RajeevCo #Rakshasudu #not4daughterdads

Vamsi Shekar @UrsVamsiShekar: Early reports of #Rakshasudu: the film is engaging and gripping @BSaiSreenivas steals the show with his performance while the background music by @GhibranOfficial is thrilling Goosebumps guaranteed

Raghavendra @Raghavendrahere: Highly Gripping Pschyo Murder Mystery Suspense Thriller #Rakshasudu Releasing Today.

Movies Box Office @MovieBoxoffice5: #Rakshasudu Censor report 1st half Decent Good 2nd half Good hero acting BGM Excellent Good Film In recent @BSaiSreenivas

Aakashavaani @TheAakashavaani: #Rakshasudu : A very honest remake that keeps you engaged through out. A must watch for thriller genre lovers Positives: Emotional driven story and excellent screenplay @BSaiSreenivas delivered his best performance till date. His scenes with Kanakala came out very well

TRU @TollyTRU: #Rakshasudu Good 1st half and Superb 2nd half, last 20 min excellent. Gripping thriller Superhit to blockbuster @BSaiSreenivas #Guna369 Regular Love and revenge drama, RX100 Shades Flop @ActorKartikeya


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Rakshasudu Review: Rakshasudu starring Bellamkonda Sreenivas and Anupama Parameswaran is hitting the theaters today on 2nd August 2019. It is a remake of Tamil blockbuster movie Rahsaan.Rakshasudu movie Review