Young mega hero Sai Dharam Tej starer ‘Supreme’, directed by Anil Ravipudi, featuring Raashi Khanna, Master Gandhi, Ravi Kishan, Kabir, Vennela Kishore, Raghu Babu, Rajendra Prasad, Posani Murali Krishna, Srinivasa Reddy and others in lead roles, was properly planned in terms of pre-release promotion as the ultimate summer season entertainer.
Have a look at the review report to find out, whether or not this family entertainer has stood to up to the promise made.
Supreme Story Background:
Balu (Sai Dharam Tej), a taxi driver tumbles in love with Bellam Sridevi (Raashi Khanna), a police inspector at the very first look and just when he perceives his life is as simple as that, he gets to meet an orphan kid, Rajan.
Precisely what role does indeed the little boy play in Balu’s life and in what ways a taxi driver end up saving the livelihood of a large number of farmers, builds other parts of the script.
Actors & Performances:
Sai Dharam Tej ‘s skilled screen presence, vigour along with dances tends to make him this unique commercial hero. Though he requires to strengthen considerably in the emotional sequences, he has proven a sizeable progress from movie to movie.
If you are not a hard-core mega fan, an excessive amount of references to his uncles Megastar Chiranjeevi & Powerstar Pawan Kalyan along with the imitation of them could possibly give you a handful of face-palm moments.
Raashi Khanna will leave you in splits in some scenes.The little boy Gandhi, who performed Rajan, ended up being the absolute show stealer. And the comedians Vennela Kishore, Raghu Babu, Posani and others gave their best interms of entertainement.
Supreme showcases the influence of a director on his creative endeavor. The writer and director Anil Ravipudi though failed to create a new story, he made sure he shows the acceptable moments to keep you stuck to the narration.
A refreshing comedy track will definitely make you smile and an equally well-written emotion, laced around Rajan’s character, elevated the feel.
Regardless of taking a few commercial liberties and burning off the pace at the start of the 2nd half, the film director got hold of the story like a perfectionist.
Editing and production values complimented the show very well. Music by Sai Karthink seemed to be acceptable and cinematography could have been superior.
Supreme is a successfully executed commercial entertainer with a right level of comedy and emotion .
Verdict: If you are looking out for a movie with a right amount of comedy and sentiment, then Supreme is for you!!
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