Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sitralu Movie ReviewApr 21, 2016 06:38 AM
Raj Tarun who has scored a hat-trick of hits with his first three films has come up with his fourth film Seetamma Andalu Ramayya Sitralu. The village drama which stars Aarthana as the female lead has hit the screens today. Let’s see how it turns out to be.
Ram (Raj Tharun) is an aimless youth and poor student who always dreams about marrying his childhood love Seeta Mahalakshmi (Arthana). When Seetha, brilliant in studies and studying MBBS, gets to know Ram’s love, she rejects without hesitating. Slowly, she falls for Ram seeing his honesty. But Seetha’s family wants her to marry a cricketer. Ram has to win the groom-to-be to win Seetha’s family.
Raj Tarun once again plays the character that suits his age. His carefree attitude suits his role and the mood of the film quite well. The chemistry between Raj Tharun and his gang is showcased nicely and also evokes huge laughs.
Arthana is good looking and did well within her character's limitations. She performs well in all her emotional scenes. Shakalaka Shankar is at it again. He tickles the funnybone of audience. Be it his demeanour or humour, Shankar’s charm continues. Adarsh, Randhir and the actors that played hero's friends have made their presence felt. Raja Ravindra played the heroine's father role and he is convincing.
Technical Aspects :
The director Srinivas, he has done a below par job. He has chosen a very outdated story line and tried to narrate the film in a simple way. Music is alright. Gopi Sundar’s music is pretty good and the background score is also impressive. Editing is alright. Cinematography is good with vibrant locations.
screenplay is disappointing as several scenes during the second half go out of place. Producers have made a quality product without any compromise on the costs.
Plus Points :
Minus Points :
Except for Raj Tharun’s sincere performance and some comedy by Shakalaka Shankar, this film has nothing much interesting going its way and ends up as just an average.
Telugureporter.com Rating 2.5/5