Rudhramadevi takes you back to the 13th century and let you live in Kakatiya dynasty. The film is directed by Gunasekhar and has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it is.
Ganapathi Devudu (Krishnam Raju) is the ruler of Kakathiya Kingdom in 13th century. He is blessed with a baby girl Rudrama Devi (Anushka). Now, the king announces Rudrama Devi as Prince Rudra Devudu to his empire due to some problems. The minister of Kakathiya dynasty Sivadevayya (Prakash Raj) teaches all the required skills to make Rudrama Devi as the queen for Kakathiya Dynasty. Twist in the tale arises when Sivadevayya announces Price Rudra Devudu as Queen Rudrama Devi. This doesn’t go well with the people and Rudrama Devi had to leave the kingdom. At the same time, the kingdom is attacked by Maha Deva (Vikramjith). To save the kingdom, Rudrama Devi takes help from Gona Ganna Reddy (Allu Arjun) and Chalukya Veera Bhadra (Rana). Who are they? Will they save the kingdom? Watch the film on big screen to get answers for these questions.
Anushka delivered outstanding performance and no one can replace her. She is apt for the role. Allu Arjun will steal the show with his energetic performance. He worked hard to get a perfect look, dictation and slang. Rana did justice to his role. Krishnam Raju, Prakash Raj, Nithya Menon and others gave their best.
The production values of the film are rich and they tried to deliver a grand film. Director Gunasekhar is okay, and he failed to impress audience in the second half. The graphics used in some war episodes are poor. Ilayaraja’s background score is good but music is not up to the mark. The palace sets and the costume designs are superb. The dialogues are awesome and especially those written for Allu Arjun perfectly suit his slang and make an impression.
• Performance of Anushka and Allu Arjun
• Setting and artwork
• Background score
• Slow second half
• Many dragging scenes in second half
• Songs are misplaced
• Poor graphics
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