Casting: Karthikeya, Payal Rajput, Ramki, Rao Ramesh, Lakshman Meesala and others
Music: Chethan Bharadwaj
Editor: Praveen KL
Director: Ajay Bhupathi
www.moviemanthra.com rating: 3/5
Release date : 12/ july /2018
Shiva (Karthikeya) lives in Athreyapuram along with Daddy (Ramki). He works for Viswanatham (Rao Ramesh). Viswanatham’s little girl Indhu (Payal) runs over Shiva and succumbs to him in a split second. She communicates her adoration to him, and gradually Shiva additionally succumbs to her. Out of the blue, Indhu weds someone else and leaves Shiva. What happens at that point? For what reason did Indhu leave Shiva? What occurs at last? Structures the plot of the motion picture.
Actors and Performances:
Karthikeya is another decent hero in the film industry now, His execution in the film is to be sure a wonderful one in his profession. The on-screen character did well in the songs. He conveyed a decent performance in the film. His non-verbal communication is unique, and he inspired with his showmanship. Payal Rajput is the heroine who awed with her looks and furthermore execution. Ramki, a senior performer who influenced his rebound in Telugu to the film industry with this film is likewise great. Rao Ramesh has played a better than average character in the film and has made his quality felt. The various performing artists were great and did equity for their parts.
The film has cinematography by Raam. His strategy for playing with lighting and hues is astounding. He has demonstrated the areas of the town in an excellent way. The altering by Praveen K L is slick and tolerable. The music by Chethan Bharadwaj is great. Two or three melodies from the sound collection have progressed toward becoming hit. The battles are characteristic and exceptional. The work of art is astounding. The creation of esteems is great. On the whole, the technical team worked well.
Few dragged scenes
Ajay Bhupathi is the writer and director of the film who has penned an exceptional romantic tale for the film which is unique in relation to what all we have found in the ongoing circumstances. The rustic scenery has been an additionally preferred standpoint for the film. The story is nice, and the screenplay is particularly impressive. The motion picture RX100 is a sentimental performer with an intriguing turn. The film shifts from present to flashback and takes us on an energizing ride. The film’s first half presents the characters effectively, however, the contention is just uncovered in the second half. The interim point is likewise exceptionally good. TThe second half of the motion picture seems rushed but has its moments. Rao Ramesh’s scene with daughter during the pre-climax is a highlight. Overall, the film has its moments.
Punch Line: RX100 Is Impressive