Anu Emmanuel’s Urvasivo Rakshasivo Movie Review: Allu Sirish’s first movie was the low-budget one called “Gauravam.” In the years that followed, he was able to find work in areas where he was good, and even though most people didn’t like his movies, he was still able to be successful and avoid disaster. Even though he didn’t like the results, he’s back with another interesting movie, Uravasivo Rakshasivo. It’s a love story, but it looks like it will be different from other ones. Before Balakrishna showed up at the film’s pre-release event, expectations were already high, but the trailer turned them up to 11. Now that the movie is out in theatres on November 4, 2022, let’s get right to the review and find out if it’s worth your time.
From now on, we see how two very different ways of looking at the world deal with conflict. IT worker Sri Kumar (Allu Sirish), who is shy and doesn’t talk much, falls for the outgoing and ambitious Sinduja (Anu Emanuel). Over time, Sinduja realizes that she doesn’t need love at all; she just wants a sexual relationship.
Cast & Crew
Allu Sirish, Anu Emmanuel, Sunil, Aamani, Vennela Kishore, and a lot of other talented people are in the movie Urvasivo Rakshasivo. Rakesh Sashi, Dheeraj Mogilineni, and M. are some of the producers. The movie is being made by Vijay and Shri Tirumala Production Pvt. Ltd. under the GA2 Pictures banner. Ltd. Tanveer Mir was in charge of the film’s cinematography, and Achu Rajamani did the score.
|Dheeraj Mogilineni & M Vijay
|Allu Sirish, Anu Emmanuel, Sunil, Aamani, Vennela Kishore, and others
The first half of the play moves very quickly, but there is just enough humor to keep the audience interested. Some people are also interested in scenes where the hero and heroine get hot and heavy. The main character and the character who will become the main character are shown right away. But the movie does have a message that is still important today. In the past, men were the ones who were careless with their partners, and women got the worst of this. But now that the tide has turned, women are making the decisions. The movie stays true to this idea in an interesting way.
Vennela Kishore, Sunil, and Amani all did good work, and Anu Emmanuel was great as Sinduja. Her role isn’t just about looking good; it has many layers, and she did a great job of showing them all. Allu Sirish does a great job as Sri Kumar. He gets better as an actor in this movie, and he plays an innocent guy very well.
Even though there were some holes in the movie’s plot, Rakesh Sashi did a great job directing it by adding just the right amount of comedy and drama. He did not, however, make anyone feel anything.
Urvasivo Rakshasivo has great cinematography by Tanveer Mir, and the rest of the technical crew did their best, too. Achu Rajamani’s few songs are also great, but the score could use some work.
- Slow Pace