Story: Sree Kumar (Allu Sirish) is a middle-class IT worker who was raised in a traditional family. His mother, who suffers from a heart condition, especially, and his parents are very close. His parents actively seek a bride because they want to see him get married. However, Sindhu Jha (Anu Emmanuel), his coworker who has a positive outlook on life, has our boy’s heart. She prefers a live-in relationship even though Sree Kumar tries to get her married because she is focused on achieving her dream. Will they ever find a middle ground in their ideological disagreement?
Review: Urvasivo Rakshasivo, written and directed by Rakesh Sashii, explores the tension that arises between marriage and live-in relationships when two people fall in love. The lead actors Allu Sirish and Anu Emmanuel play out the debate, which has been going on for some time. Sindhu is a modern girl who wants to realise her dream of opening a restaurant in Paris, and Sree Kumar is a typical corporate employee in love with a modern girl. She views marriage as a compromise once she falls in love, but he views it as the fruit of their union. These are prevalent issues in society that everyone can relate to. In this romantic comedy, Allu Sirish shines and gives a pleasing performance.
Anu Emmanuel also dazzles with her portrayal of a contemporary, aspirational young woman. The main characters’ on-screen romance and chemistry work well and are a plus. The comedy produced by the characters, including Sunil and Vennela Kishore, takes the cake and helps to make this movie work even though it contains equal amounts of romance and emotion. The film benefits from Sunil and Vennela Kishore’s best comedic performances and lighthearted tone. Aamani, Kedar Shankar, Babloo Prithiveeraj, and Posani Krishna Murali all performed admirably in supporting roles.
The movie appears to be a visually appealing adventure with high production values. This aspect benefits from the cinematography of Tanveer Mir, the editing of Karthika Srinivas, and the art direction of Srinagendra Tangala. Achu Rjamani and Anup Rubens’ music adds to the overall appeal of the experience. Rakesh Sashii creates wholesome entertainment as a whole. However, it’s possible that some of the clichéd humour and inferences about typical relationships and girls in particular could have been avoided.
Rakesh Sashii’s film Urvasivo Rakshasivo, which stars Allu Sirish and Anu Emmanuel in the lead roles, has equal parts humour, romance, and emotion. If you’re looking for an entertaining film that is both wholesome and fun, this one is a great choice thanks to the cast’s strong performances and the visually appealing production values.