The unexpected sensation of the year, “RDX,” has arrived on the streaming platform Netflix, captivating audiences all over again. Starting its digital journey on September 24th, the film, which previously won hearts at the box office, is now making a splash in the online realm.
Social media platforms, especially Twitter, are abuzz with praise and admiration for “RDX.” Enthusiastic viewers are sharing their excitement by reliving the film’s heart-pounding moments through screen recordings from their cinematic experiences.
The film’s triumph owes much to the outstanding talent involved. The music by Sam CS, along with the remarkable performances by Antony Varghese, Pepe, and Neeraj, and their authoritative presence on screen, have earned widespread acclaim. Fans have warmly embraced Babu Antony’s performance, particularly his astounding fight sequence in the climax, which continues to receive praise even in the online streaming space.
Notably, anticipation is running high as fans eagerly await to see how director Lokesh Kanakraj will harness Babu Antony’s skills in the upcoming film ‘Leo,’ where Babu Antony is set to portray Sanjay Dutt’s trusted ally.
Simultaneously, “RDX” has secured the fourth position on Kerala’s all-time highest-grossing Malayalam films list. It has recently surpassed “Drishyam” and “Bheeshma Parvam” on this list. The top spots in Kerala’s highest-grossing Malayalam films of all time are currently occupied by ‘2018,’ followed by “Pulimurugan” and “Lucifer.”
Directed by Nahas Hidayath, a promising newcomer, “RDX” has been produced by Sophia Paul, the producer behind hits like “Minnal Murali” and “Bangalore Days.” The music for the film is composed by SAM CS, who also served as the music director for “Kaithi” and “Vikram Vedha.”
“RDX” is a high-octane action film designed to deliver pure entertainment. The action choreography and its execution stand out as key elements that capture the audience’s attention.
The movie incorporates the typical elements found in mass entertainers, including themes of revenge, romance, and foot-tapping songs. It also features the backdrop of a lively perunnal (church festival) where conflicts and drama unfold.