Urvasivo Rakshasivo Telugu Movie Review: Allu Sirish began his career with a tiny movie named Gauravam. Later, he worked on projects that suited him, and while all of his movies had average reviews, he managed to find both success and avoid failure. Despite the outcomes, he has returned with another intriguing film, Uravasivo Rakshasivo, which is billed as a love story with a fresh perspective. However, the film’s trailer increased anticipation, and once Balakrishna attended the pre-release event, expectations doubled. Since the movie finally came out today, November 4, 2022, let’s jump right into the review to see if it’s worth seeing.
The rest of the story is about how two different mindsets deal with conflict. Sri Kumar (Allu Sirish), an introverted and innocent guy who works as an IT guy, falls in love with Sinduja (Anu Emanuel), an extrovert, career-oriented girl. As time passes, the story changes when Sinduja admits she needs only a physical relationship and not love.
Cast & Crew
Allu Sirish, Anu Emmanuel, Sunil, Aamani, Vennela Kishore, and other actors are featured in the cast of Urvasivo Rakshasivo. Rakesh Sashi is the director of this film, while Dheeraj Mogilineni and M. Vijay are also producing it under the GA2 Pictures label in collaboration with Shri Tirumala Production Pvt. Ltd. Tanveer Mir is in charge of the cinematography, and Achu Rajamani is responsible for the music.
|Movie Name||Urvasivo Rakshasivo|
|Music Director||Achu Rajamani|
|Producer||Dheeraj Mogilineni & M Vijay|
|Cast||Allu Sirish, Anu Emmanuel, Sunil, Aamani, Vennela Kishore, and others|
While the pace of the first half strains the audience’s patience, the perfect amount of comedy keeps them interested. Intimacy sequences between the hero and heroine also definitely draw in certain viewers. The movie jumps right into the tale by presenting the hero and heroine characters. However, the movie makes a point that is somewhat current for today’s generation. Previously, men were the ones who took relationships very lightly, and women were the ones who suffered as a result. Now, however, men have lost their strength, and women are in control. The movie sticks to this point honestly and does so in an interesting way.
Anu Emmanuel as Sinduja did a good job; her character is not just for glamour but has many layers, and she pulled it off quite well; and Vennela Kishore, Sunil, and Amani all are did well. Allu Sirish as Sri Kumar has done a good job; he improved as an actor with this film and as an innocent guy he pulled it off quite well.
Rakesh Sashi handled the movie admirably, even though the plot had a few weaknesses, by adding just the perfect mix of comedy and drama. However, he was unable in evoking any strong feelings.
The remainder of the technical team tried their best, and Urvasivo Rakshasivo’s cinematography by Tanveer Mir is excellent. Achu Rajamani’s few songs are also excellent, but the background might use some improvement.
- Slow Pace