Sita Ramam Movie Review: Sita Ramam, the eagerly anticipated film starring Dulquer Salmaan, is now in theatres. Because of the brilliant marketing campaigns and excellent trailer, there is a lot of buzz around the film’s release. The cast and staff appeared to be intriguing, and the teaser, trailer, and score were all excellent. This program was produced by Hanu Raghavapudi, the master of romantic comedies. Let’s examine this film closely to determine if it’s worth our time.
Sita was sent Lieutenant Ram’s love letter to Afreen by one of his men. Afreen and Balaji eventually located Ram’s former superior, Brigadier Vishnu Sharma. Afreen was unfamiliar with Ram and Sita. Vishnu Sharma was astonished to learn that Afreen was searching for Ram. He ordered his crew to immediately deliver Afreen to him. This demonstrates what is currently occurring with Ram and Sita, as well as what occurred when they were together in the past.
Cast & Crew
Dulquer Salmaan, Mrunal Thakur, Rashmika Mantanna, and Sumanth play the leading roles. The roles of Tharun Bhascker, Bhumika Chawla, Vennela Kishore, Murali Sharma, and Prakash Raj are minor. Hanu Raghavapudi is the director, PS Vinod and Shreyaas Krishna are the cinematographers, Vishal Chandrasekhar is the composer, and Vyjayanthi Movies and Swapna Cinemas are the producers.
|Movie Name||Sita Ramam|
|Music Director||Vishal Chandrasekhar|
|Producer||Swapna Cinemas, Vyjayanthi Movies|
|Cast||Dulquer Salmaan, Mrunal Thakur, Rashmika Mandanna, Sumanth, Tharun Bhascker, Bhumika Chawla, Vennela Kishore, Murali Sharma, Prakash Raj|
|Editor||Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao|
Andhala Raksashi, the debut film of Hanu Raghavapudi, was an enormous success. I enjoy observing how he handles love stories in his fiction. The director of Sita Ramam is a huge admirer of the iconic filmmaker Maniratnam, as evidenced by the film’s excellent love sequences and gorgeous visuals. The first half of the film is excellent, with captivating musical interludes and dramatic situations that captivate the viewer. The second half of the film drags, and there are numerous elements that detract from the tone established in the first half.
However, the excitement generated by the intermission does not carry over into the second half of the film. This is due to the fact that the second half of the film has numerous tedious and needless scenes that detract from its central message. This film appears to be a significant improvement over the director’s early works, particularly in terms of plot and production value, although he still struggles in the second half of his films.
Before this romance drama can connect with its audience, it must elicit the appropriate emotions.
Dulquer Salmaan performs admirably as Ram. He is such a talented actor that his characters rarely recognize him. Mrunal Thakur, who is attractive, has performed admirably in several parts. Rashmika Mandanna’s performance is lackluster, despite her minor role. Sumanth, who is talented but is often disregarded in films, should be cast in such roles more frequently. Each performer, including Tharun Bhascker, Vennala Kishore, Bhumika Chawla, and the others, executed the assignments competently.
Sita Ramam demonstrates that Vyjayanthi Movies lives up to its renown for producing high-quality films. Clearly, the producers spent a great deal of money to hire a director with a high production value and a successful outcome. The cinematography by PS Vinod and Shreyas Krishna is excellent, and the art department deserves kudos for accurately evoking the 1960s. Some of Vishal Chandrasekhar’s music is really sorrowful. This time around, director Hanu Raghavapudi successfully executes a fantastic love story with minor technical flaws.
Sita Ramam is a really lovely love story that will leave a lasting impression on those who view it.
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