Cast: Satyadev, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Brahmaji, Tanikella Bharani, Nagababu and others

Director: Gopi Ganesh Pattabhi

Producer: C Kalyan

Actor Satyadev has been trying his luck hard to get into the big league of star heroes and unfortunately, the wait is getting long and long. Despite having tons of talent, Sataydev isn’t getting the much needed break as a commercial hero.

After not so impressive outings with Thimmarusu, and SkyLab and a special cameo in Acharya, Satyadev has finally pinned all his hopes on the latest release Godse. Let’s see how the movie fares at the box-office.


Godse (Satyadev) is a common man who is fed and frustrated with the corrupt system and decides to teach the corrupt politicians and businessmen a lesson by abducting them. The cops in Hyderabad are on high alert after Godse kidnaps the bigwigs and raises a few demands. With the issue getting complicated, Vishali (Aishwarya Lekshmi) steps into solve the issue. Who is Godse? What is his back story and how does Vaishali handle this situation is the rest of the story.


Satyadev who has already proven his mettle as an actor has given his best in the movie and impresses. The manner in which he delivers in key sequences is top-class.
The first half of the hostage drama has been dealt well and engaging. Satyadev’s speech in the climax raises questions on the system.

Minus points:

The biggest drawback in the movie is the lack of depth in the emotions. Except for Satyadev’s character, none of the characters’ wins’ sympathy. The second half that reveals the key flashback is quite boring and tests your patience.
The second half is quite routine and the story has nothing new to offer as such scenes have been dealt previously in many movies.


On the whole, Godse is a half-baked hostage drama which has partly engaging first half and boring second half. Overall, the movie is an okay watch for Satyadev’s performance.