Sasana Sabha Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Sasana Sabha Movie Review In Telugu: Despite the presence of a few surprise celebs on stage, Sasana Sabha has created a lot of buzz. Nata Kiriti Rajendra Prasad of 7/G Brindavan Colony fame, as well as the tantalizing trailer and promotion, only added to the excitement. Sonia Agarwal, who went on to become a media sensation, added star power to the film. Now that it’s out, let’s look at the reviews to see if this political drama is worth your time.

Sasana Sabha Movie Review In Telugu


Narayana Swamy (Rajendra Prasad) is a selfless politician who campaigns in Sasana Sabha against the corrupt Sonia Agarwal character. Because Surya (Indrsena), the most dangerous criminal, poses a threat, nothing is as it appears. The plot will unfold as follows, based on the parallels between Indrasena, Sonia Agarwal, and Rajendra Prasad.

Cast & Crew

Indrasena, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni, Sonia Agarwal, Hebah Patel, and Venu Mandikanti wrote and directed the film. Krishna Murali was in charge of the camerawork, Ravi Basrur composed the score, and Sapbro Productions’ producers were Thulasiram Sappani and Shanmugam Sappani.

Movie Name Sasana Sabha
Director Venu Mandikanti
Music Director Ravi Basrur
Producer Shanmugam Sappani
Genre Political Drama
Cast Indrasena, Dr.Rajendra Prasad, Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni, Sonia Agarwal, Hebah Patel
Cinematography Krishna Murali

Movie Verdict

Sasana Sabha is a political film, to which we have grown accustomed after seeing many others over the years. The film starts off strong, delves into the plot, and picks up steam thanks to early appearances by Rajendra Prasad. The rest of the picture, on the other hand, is distinguished by a boring love story and a first half that fails to capture our attention.

The love story, comedy, and many commercial components felt pasted on, with the exception of a few political sections, in the second half of the picture. Although the film’s intriguing premise keeps you interested, there is little tension in the end. The dated premise makes it tough to keep viewers interested until the end.

Indrasena (7/G Brindavan Colony) does a respectable job as Surya, maintaining a dignified fa├žade but completely unable to convey any feeling. Sonia Agarwal is an accomplished actor, yet she appears miscast as a self-centered politician. Rajendra Prasad’s portrayal of Narayana Swami is superb, and the rest of the ensemble is equally impressive.

K. Raghavendra Reddy, the film’s writer, has created an antique plot, and among the recent inflow of content-based Telugu films, Venu Mandikanti has only partially succeeded in capturing the audience’s interest.

Despite the fact that it was shot on a shoestring budget, Sasan Sabha appears to be technically sound. Even though the plot was predictable, Krishna Murali’s superb photography made it appear larger than life, and the technical quality kept the audience engaged.

Overall, Sasana Sabha is a film that will only appeal to a small audience and can be enjoyed in a single viewing.

Plus Points:

  • Few Scenes
  • Cinematography
  • Rajendra Prasad

Minus Points:

  • Routine Story
  • Snail Paces Screenplay
  • Lackluster Performances
  • Predictable Narration

Rating: 2/5

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