Satyadev is an upcoming actor who impressed the audience with his performances in movies like The Ghazi Attack, Bluff Master and Brochevarevarura. Currently, he is a much sought after actor in the industry.
His new film, Ragala 24 Gantallo, is a murder thriller which stars Eesha Rebba and talented actors Ganesh Venkatraman and Srikanth in pivotal roles. The movie is touted to be Eesha Rebba’s first female oriented movie.
Cast: Satyadev, Eesha Rebba, Srikanth and Ganesh Venkatraman
Director: Srinivas Reddy
Music: Raghu Kunche
Rahul (Satyadev) is a talented photographer who falls in love with Vidya (Eesha Rebba.) Vidya is an orphan who grew up mingling with many friends. However, her closeness to her best friend Ganesh (Ganesh Venkatraman) does not go well with Rahul. Slowly, the problem escalates to a verbal fight between the three and leads to a terrible end—Rahul gets killed in the process. This death raises a lot of questions about Rahul and Ganesh. Who killed Rahul? Who is at fault in this case? The rest of Ragala 24 Gantallo answers these questions.
This movie largely hinges on Satyadev and his fantastic performance as a possessive partner. Satyadev proves his range of choosing interesting scripts with this movie too, by portraying an out and out negative role. His scenes with Eesha Rebba and the way he tortures her are spine chilling.
Eesha excels in her role of a sincere lover and emotes well as Vidya. Her scenes with Satyadev, as already mentioned, are the highlights of the movie. Hero Ganesh Venkatraman has a short cameo, but he does his part well.
Hero Srikanth, in his role of a cop, is in his element and plays his role to the required extent.
Raghu Kunche’s music is good and the background score is impressive in its element. The confrontation scenes featuring Eesha and Satyadev are a few examples of where Raghu’s score is brilliant.
Director Srinivas Reddy tells a suspense story without any unnecessary frills and does a neat job of his craft.
Ragala 24 Gantallo is a decent and logical suspense thriller with an engaging screenplay. Do give it a watch!