Sita Ramam - Beautiful experience

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Rating: 3.25/5

Cast - Dulquer Salmaan, Mrunal Thakur, Rashmika
Mandanna, Sumanth

Director - Hanu Raghavapudi

Writer - Hanu Raghavapudi, Raj Kumar Kandamudi

Dialogus - Hanu Raghavapudi, Jay Krishna, Raj Kumar

Producor - Aswini Dutt

Cinematographer - P. S. Vinod, Shreyaas Krishna

Editor - Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao

Music - Vishal Chandrasekhar

Production companies - Vyjayanthi Movies


This story starts in 1980s with Afreen (Rashmika) a
Pakistani staying in London a bigot and Hindu phobic, who was given a task to
hand over a letter from 1960s which was written by Lieutenant Ram (Dulquer
Salman) to Sita Mahalakshmi (Mrunal Thakur). Afreen visits India she starts
enquiring about the Ram and Sita and finds no whereabouts of them.

What happened to ram and the Sita?

How does Afreen solve
the puzzle?

Will the letter be successfully delivered forms the rest of
the story?


The first half of the film starts with an interesting
mystery of Afreen finding Ram which then beautifully unfolds into a love story
between Ram and Sita. The scenes and songs between them are visual poetry.
Interval bang holds enough suspense which glues the audience to watch the rest
of the movie.

The second half carries the momentum with the struggles
which occur between Ram and Sita, and how they overcome with strong
determination towards their love which was shown by the director very well, the
last 20 minutes take the movie to next level with perfect emotional turns.


Dulquer as Lieutenant Ram has excelled in portraying a
selfless soldier. Mrunal as Sita gave an extraordinary performance as she got
to showcase ample emotions which indeed is a dreamy debut. Their onscreen
Chemistry is one of the main reasons for the movie’s outcome. Sumanth was
decent, and Rashmika was very good in an important role. Tarun Bhaskar and
Vennala Kishore  were adequate.

As Hanu spoken in the pre-release event, was able to correct his mistakes in the second half which was true because the second half of the film is better than the first half. Dialogues and song placements are his strength which worked Very well in the movie.


Technically this movie is brilliant like any other Hanu
movie. P S Vinod Kashmir visuals are easily one of the best visuals this year.
The music and Background Score by Vishal Chandrashekar has helped the movie a
lot. Special mention “Inthandam” and “Kanunna kalyanam” songs which were
pleasing to both eyes and ears.



Lead Pair Chemistry

Visuals and Music



Slow pace at times

Final Note:

Overall, the director justified the title by showing their
characters the way he wanted but could not conclude Afreen character’s thread
properly, her closure to the story could have been more satisfying but that
does not take away anything from this beautiful experience though.

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