RX100 Telugu Movie Review


Release date: July 12, 2018

starring: Kartikeya, Payal Rajput, Rao Ramesh

Director: Ajay Bhupathi

Producers: Ashok Reddy Gummakonda

Music Director: Chaitan Bharadwaj

Cinematographer: Raam

Editor: Praveen KL

The movie Rx 100 has stayed in news for a really long time now, thanks to an impressive trailer that had a lot of youthful content. Let us see whether the movie is worth the hype.


Siva(Karthikeya) is handraised by Ramky and these two share a common understanding, making them inseparable. One fine day Siva meets Indu(Payal) and the couple falls in love with each other instantly. However, things take interesting turns as the moving story is hit by a massive debacle. The rest of the story unfolds what went wrong and why it all happened.


The lead cast how come up with great performances and the casting department has done a fine job here. Karthikeya is apt for his role and Payal sets the screen on fire with her performance in the intimate scenes.

The entire supporting cast has complemented each other very well and add a lot of depth to the movie. We need to admit that both the lead actors took the intimate scenes to whole new levels with their settled performances.


The director sources and novel plot and sticks to his own style of narrative all through. The near to life treatment that has gone into the making of the film adds a whole lot of authenticity to the proceedings.

Music is a major asset to the movie as all the songs are good to hear. However, the editing department messed up things by placing songs in wrong timings and affect the tempo of the movie.

The production values are rich as the entire film looks vibrant. The camera department is right on point as every frame looks settled and offers a new experience to the viewers.

Final verdict:

RX 100 is nothing like a regular romantic drama entertainer. It is high on emotional content and has a near to life narrative style. the director does not sugarcoat any aspect of the movie and that is one point to be noted here. All in all, RX 100 will end up as a decent watch this weekend.