Supreme Telugu Movie Review
Jagruthi Trust in Anantapur has 1000s of acres of land with no legal heir. Some 15000 families live on that land. A crooked millionaire, Vikram Sarkar (Kabir Dulhan Singh) wants to grab it any cost and with forget documents, gets the land through the court. The Trustee (Sai Kumar) files a objection petition over it. The court gives him one month time to present the legal heir before it. What happens finally in the story and how Cab Driver Baalu (Sai Dharam Tej) fits in the story forms the rest.
In to his fourth film, Sai Dharam is already performing as he is friend of camera. He is displaying tremendous ease in the acting, dialogue delivery and dances. He will definitely go places from here. Raashi Khanna is chubby and oozing glamour. The tight fit shirts even in Khaki will drive masses crazy. Sai Kumar and Rajendra Prasad are good as always. Shruti Sodhi sizzled in an item number. Vennela Kishore rocked the show. Posani, Srinivasa Reddy, JP, Prudhvi , Prabhas Srinu and a new entry as villain Bhikku's side kick 'Jenny' are impressive. Rajendra Prasad is adequate as Sai Dharam Tej's father. The kid who played Rajan is cute. Kabir Dulhan Singh as villain is okay.
Supreme is pretty ordinary subject which is wide open right from the start with out any twists. Director Anil Ravipudi however drove it home with good treatment and gripping screenplay. He took Entertainment as his mantra and managed to keep audience glued to their seats. The action sequences came out very well and keep the masses enthralled. The Hide and Seek fight in villain's den and body builders fight came out really well. On the negative side, there are some sentiment scenes here and there which are forced, there is a little drag before the interval and finally the climax is too simple.
Finally, Supreme is an average entertainer. The movie has no novel factor but will keep the audience entertained from start to the end. It falls little short of Anil Ravipudi's last film, Pataas but can steer home comfortable with Summer advantage. Given no mass films round the corner, the film may end up as a decent grosser at the domestic box office.
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