Rudra Web Series Download Filmywap in 480p 720p 1080p: Rudra, a cop who knows all this (sometimes even before it happens) is living in the darkness of his past deeds.
The city is again engulfed in crime and guess what the world wants Rudra back! He’s back and up for days of savings as the killers pop out of thin air every day.
If Luther’s structure was that simple and the execution was like daily soap, I’m protecting myself from watching it. Yes, this is what is working for me.
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|Directed By:||Rajesh Mapuskar|
|Release Date:||March 4|
In case you still haven’t got it, Ajay Devgn made his digital debut with the official adaptation of the acclaimed British show Luther.
Adapted by Jai Sheela Bhansal and Upen Chauhan for the Indian audience, Rudra doesn’t look like a completely copy-pasted and forced show, at least in a new scenario.
The writing tries to blend the story into the Indian feel as much as possible. But in reality however fails a bit to imitate Mumbai. About that later.
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The makers do take an effort in casting the actors. More than the lead actor, who already has a cop image and gets a more brutal extension to it, the supporting cast is gold.
The villains moreover. The criminals get better with each passing episode. There is one who paints with the blood of his victims claiming it to be his.
He is borderline cannibalistic. Another kills young women to compensate his void. So the intriguing part as for any show in Rudra is the bad men and there are many here.
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Ajay Devgn gets to play the role of an extension to his cop. It is the Gangajal policeman with more swag than Singham. He is quick enough to see things before they happen.
It may sound crazy and even crazy on screen, but Devgn and his big personality sells it, and I can already see many people buying it. But someone please give our man a ton of lip balm, his chapped lips in uncomfortably zoomed-in frames are worth it.
Ashwini Kalsekar is a surprise package. Her character has a command over Rudra and she plays it with honesty. This should be her testimony for filmmakers to give her substantial characters that make the audience realise she isn’t just an actor you hire to create a comic relief out of.
Atul Kulkarni’s character though goes under a 180 degree transformation, isn’t really sketched well. His transition is so random that it looks straight out of Milap Zaveri’s ‘rhyming digs’ universe and not taken from a British show.
KC Shankar gets the award for being the best bad man in the show. He plays a painter who paints with his own blood and kicks other women’s blood. The actor plays his character without any limits.
In a scene where he’s talking to one of his victims, you see him on the verge of losing his last drop of conscience and I wish he had at least two episodes devoted to it.