Starring: Allu Sirish, Anu Emmanuel, Sunil, Vennela Kishore, Aamani, Kedar Shankar
Director: Rakesh Sashii
Producers: Dheeraj Mogilineni & Vijay M
Music Directors : Achu Rjamani & Anup Rubens
Cinematography : Tanveer Mir
Editor : Karthika Srinivas R
Release Date : November 04, 2022
Urvashivo Rakshasivo is Allu Sirish’s new film which was released today. The film stars Anu Emmanuel as the female lead and Rakesh has directed it. Read on to see how the film turns out to be.
Sree(Allu Sirish) is a sincere boy who loves his parents. But he falls for his office mate Siri(Anu Emmanuel) who is modern in her approach. They become close and even share a physical relationship. But when Sree proposes to her, Siri says no and asks him to live-in with him. Siri says okay but has only one goal: to marry Siri who is not serious. How he convinces her is the biggest puzzle in the film.
Sirish has done well in his simple role. He has developed a lot acting-wise and is good to see on screen. His emotions were also decent and the young hero did well in his character. Anu Emmanuel gets to play a bold role and she goes all out. Be it the steamy scenes or the way she carries her arrogant role was nicely etched. Vennela Kishore and Sunil do well in their respective roles and evoke nice comedy. Amani was good and so was the supporting cast.
Allu Sirish-Anu chemistry
Films on live-in relationship have been made a lot in the past few years. But in Telegu, this subject has not been touched more. So, the makers have taken a risk and narrated this subject in a fun way. The key concept is brought out in such a way that it is easy on the audience and does not look vulgar. All this happens due to the sizzling chemistry between the lead pair.
The music is good, and the visuals are neat. Director Rakesh has done a neat job and gives the audience a lot of things to cheer about. There is ample comedy in the film, and this added up with juicy romance which the youth will enjoy big time. But the screenplay is a bit dull in a few places.
The drama needed was not that great. The heroine’s angle is not touched upon. She is only shown as the one who wants the hero for live in but does not want to leave her career. More scenes should have been etched to make the audience understand her side of the emotion as well. Having said all this, Urvashivo Rakshasivo still has good moments and makes you smile with its fun and simple narration.
Bottom Line – Bold and Funny