Movie Reviews

Sita

Director by:       Teja
Producer by:     Anil Sunkara
Written by: Teja
Starring:    Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Kajal Aggarwal
Music by:     Anup Rubens
Cinematography:    Sirsha Ray
Edited by:    Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production company:    Ariel Studios
Release date:    May 24, 2019
Rating:    

Star heroine, Kajal has pinned a lot of hopes on Sita as she is doing a powerful role for the first time in her career..

Story

Sita is a career-oriented woman who does not have any feelings. All she needs is to get her work done by hook or crook. In this process, she crosses paths with a dreaded MLA(Sonu Sood) who is after her beauty and wants to win her at any cost. In a crazy situation, she gets into a contract with the MLA to have a live-in relationship with him. Right when the time comes to obey the contract, she tries to get out of it by paying some big bucks.Left with no choice, she goes back to her late dad’s property and tries to get it. But the twist in the tale arises when she comes to know that all her property has been handover to Ram who is an innocent soul.

Plus Points in this movie

The entire film belongs to Kajal as the title suggests. Kajal springs in a surprise in her role which has many negative shades. The star heroine’s body language, dialogue delivery are top notch in the film. The added bonus is her beauty which will attract the youth in a big way. Mannara Chopra is decent as her sidekick and so was comedian Abhinav Gomatam.

Bellamkonda Sreenivas had a very tough role to play and he did it with ease. In this film, he had no heroic dialogues, dances or thrills but the young hero did his role quite sincerely. His performance in the climax was very good. Both Kajal and Sai’s love-hate relationship has been showcased well by Teja..

As usual, Sonu Sood’s villain act was impressive. He as the dreaded Basava Raju brought his role to life with decent comedy angle which was executed through Tanikella Bharani. The film means business from the word go and the story is established well in the first ten minutes. .

Minus Points in this movie

One of the biggest drawbacks of the film is Teja’s jaded narration. He does not make use of the interesting point and narrates the film in a haphazard manner. The film has a roller coaster kind of a feel as some good scenes are followed by some silly and meaningless episodes. Sadly, Bittiri Satthi’s comedy does not evoke any laughs.

The other problem of the film is Bellamkonda’s character which is not justified well. His role has no direction and acts according to the flow of the film which is uneven. The narration is old school in the second half and many scenes are just dragged for no use..