Points to the makers for staging the action sequences with freshness, and keeping them crisp without extending their welcome
Starring: Ravi Teja, Sushanth, Anu Emmanuel, Faria Abdullah, Megha Akash, Daksha Nagarkar, Poojitha Ponnada, Sriram, Rao Ramesh, Jayaram, Murali Sharma, Sampath Raj & Others
Director: Sudheer Varma
Producers: Abhishek Nama, Ravi Teja
Music Director: Harshavardhan Rameshwar, Bheems Ceciroleo
Cinematography: Vijay Karthik Kannan Editor: Naveen Nooli
Without a doubt, the majority of our heroes are indomitable and excessively selfless. It is engrained in us that even when they rob, maim, kill, or even sexually attack someone, there will be a good explanation that will explain everything. We do give in to the peer pressure of hooting and whistling in Ravanasura when a police officer claims the protagonist is not a criminal lawyer but a criminal who understands the law, which is perhaps why we can’t help but wonder if our mass masala heroes can ever be genuinely imperfect.
Working for renowned criminal attorney Kanaka Mahalaxmi (Faria Abdullah) is Ravindra (Ravi Teja), a young lawyer. One day, Harika (Megha Akash) visits Kanaka Mahalaxmi and requests that she take on a case involving her father (Harika), Sampath Raj, who is charged with murder. Ravindra asks Kanaka Mahalaxmi to take care of the situation after falling in love with Harika at first sight. The police department learns that other homicides followed the same pattern, not just one. Who is responsible for all of these crimes? What connection does Harika’s father have to these crimes? What was the killer’s motivation? What connections do the victims have to one another? The solutions are in the film.
Ravanasura is an overall mediocre criminal thriller that primarily depends on Mass Maharaja Ravi Teja’s performance. The actor played a character with several facets, and the first hour of the film left the viewer wanting more. However, the second half’s execution falls flat, and the great twist leaves much to be desired. Anyone can see the film, but be careful not to have any unrealistic expectations.