Rakshasudu Movie Review


Bellamkonda Sreenivas is lined up with an interesting bunch of films and he is quite eager to taste success. His next outing Rakshasudu is releasing across the globe today. The film is directed by Ramesh Varma and is inspired from Tamil blockbuster Ratsasan. Anupama Parameshwaran played the female lead and Ghibran composed the music. Produced by Koneru Satyanarayana, Rakshasudu is hitting the screens today. Here is the complete review of the film:


Rakshasudu is the story of Arun (Bellamkonda Sreenivas) who dreams of turning a filmmaker. He conducts an intense research on psycho killers. It is during this time, he gets forced to start his career as a cop. Rakshasudu is all about a psycho killer who kidnaps school girls. Arun takes up the challenge and the rest of the film is all about the hunt for the culprit. Watch Rakshasudu to know how it happens.


Bellamkonda Sreenivas
Racy narration
Background score


Pre-climax episodes
Dragged second half
Predictable at times


Bellamkonda Sreenivas steps out with his career’s best performance in the movie. The actor looks super fit and perfect as a cop in Rakshasudu. Anupama Parameshwaran did her job well in the limited role as a school teacher. Rajeev Kanakala shines in his assignment and excelled in the role. All the other actors looked perfect and they delivered their best.

Rakshasudu is the remake of Tamil film Ratsasan and the makers adapted the film frame to frame. The screenplay looked tight and racy. The dialogues looked decent and apt. The background score is one of the major highlights of Rakshasudu and it elevates the film well. The production values have been grand and Ramesh Varma did his job well as a director.


Rakshasudu is an interesting and gripping action thriller which makes a decent one time watch. Bellamkonda Sreenivas shines in his role.

Review & Rating : 3/5

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