Supreme Movie Review | Sai Dharam Tej | Rashi Khanna
Supreme movie starring Sai Dharam Tej and Rashi Khanna in lead roles, directed by Anil Ravipudi and produced by Dil Raju has hit the theatres today. Let us check the review of the film.
There will be a charitable trust named Jagruthi in Anantapur. The king of Arkapudi donates some land to this trust and 15,000 people live on it. A big industrialist named Vikram Sarkar (Kabir) eyes on this land and plans to earn Rs. 5,000 crores by snapping the land under the trust. Saying that there are no correct proofs to show that the donor gave away the land to the farmers, court will be about to deliver judgment in favour of Vikram Sarkar. Narayana Rao(Sai Kumar), head of the farmers pleads court to grant one month time so that they can look out for the donor ‘s heir and procure related documents. While Narayana Rao is in search of the successor, Vikram Sarkar tries to kill him. Balu (Sai Dharam Tej) is a taxi driver. He finds an Anglo-Indian kid. This kid is the successor of the king who donates land to farmers. Vikram Sarkar kills the parents of the kid. How Balu safely shifts the kid and relevant documents to Anantapur and saves the farmers makes the remaining part of the story.
This is a routine story. That is why director mentions during titles that this is a story told by him. Though it is a regular story, director Anil Ravipudi brilliantly made the film by not boring audiences at any moment, even for 10 minutes, by involving every character in the story and not wasting characters. There are equal measures of sentiment, comedy in Supreme. Except for two songs, Supreme never goes down the line. Anil Ravipudi should not have followed ‘song and fight’ as a rule for the hero ‘s introduction. Both the song and the situation are not good. Only two of the songs composed by Sai Karthik are good. Background music is good. Editing by MR Varma is fine. Sai Sri Ram ‘s cinematography is not bad.
Sai Dharam Tej is well versed with his character in the film and performed with ease. Rashi Khanna entertains as Bellam Sri Devi. The child actor who is seen as successor of the king does very well in the role. While Vennela Kishore, Ravibabu, Prudhvi and Prabhas Seenu entertain during first half, Posani, Srinivas Reddy take up the job for second half. Prudhvi and Prabhas Seenu do well as car thieves. Rajendra Prasad has not much scope for action as hero ‘s father. Ravi Kishore did well as comedy villain. The fight scene of physically challenged persons during climax is the highlight of the film.
Child actor ‘s performance as successor
Lack of seriousness in villain
RATING – 3.5/5.0
Finally… Supreme is a good family entertainer.
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