Cast:Suriya, Nayantara, Pranitha
Banner:Eros International, Studio Green
Producer:K. E. Gnanavel Raja
Music:Yuvan Shankar Raja
Release Dt :May, 29 2015
Madhusudan alias Masss (Suriya) is an easy going guy who cheats people in a unique way. His friends support him in these activities. During this process, he suffers many injuries and post the accident, few of the twists starts taking place in the story.
Meanwhile, he meets his love Malini (Nayanatara). Few scenes later, a number of dead souls keep haunting Masss with whom he communicates to exploit them for his personal gains. How are those dead souls related to Masss?, how did Malini react after knowing this?, the answers for these forms the rest of the story.
The start of the movie raises the hopes on the film. But it failed to continue those hopes because of the narration style. Many unimportant scenes are dragged unnecessarily. Except the twist plot, there is nothing that it worth watchable in the first half.
The same thing is carried on in the second half too. The movie dips down gradually, but it is the flashback, which can be considered as the strength of the film. Not the narration, but few scenes are found to be interesting. On the whole, the second half is the heart of the film.
Suriya is the major strength of the film. Though the narration was slow, his performance makes the audience sit and watch. He was fabulous in both the roles he portrayed. A bit of ultra style flavor was added to Suriya’s star image and he had carried it perfectly.
Though, the story has the strength, the screenplay and narration make such an interesting plot boring. The cinematography is quite comfortable and faults can be observed in the picturisation of the songs, but the background score gets a full mark. The production values are fine. It’s the director who was failed in narrating such an interesting script.
Rakshasudu has an interesting plot. But, its the narration that spoiled it. But, as the Suriya’s performance is terrific, his fans might be delighted to watch.