Supreme Review: Summer Blockbuster

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Movie: Supreme

Release Date : : 5th May 2016

Cast : Sai Dharam Tej, Rashi Khanna, Ravi Kishan, Rajendra Prasad, Vennela Kishore, JP, Prudhvi etc.

Director : Anil Ravipudi

Producer : Dil Raju

Music Director :  Sai Karthik

Editor: M. R. Varma

Cinematographer : Sai Sriram

 

Story

There is no apparent heir for Jagruthi Trust, which is located in Anantapuram. The livelihood of 10,000 people depends on the thousands of acres of trust land.

Politically influential millionaire Vikrram Sarkar’s (played by Kabir Dulhan Singh) eyes fell on the Jagruthi trust and he convinces the courts in his favor with the help of forged documents. Based on the counter made by the trustee (played by Sai Kumar), the court rules if trustee could present the heir within a month, then ruling will go against Sarkar.

How a taxi driver (played by Sai Dharam Tej) comes into picture to find the real heir forms the rest of the story.

What is Good?

With each film, Sai Dhaaram is growing leaps and bounds. He gave a matured performance. His ease in dances, expressions in action sequences are a treat to watch.

Rashi Khanna looked quite glamorous as a cop. Her comedy timing was also impeccable.

Rajendra Prasad, Sai Kumar and Ravi Kishan delivered good performances.

The supporting cast of Vennela Kishore, JP, Prabhas Sreenu, Posani etc succeed in raising the entertainment factor.

The film heavily relies on the comedy scenes and they are abundant in the film.

The kid named rajan has turned out to be the highlight of the film.

Songs have been shot excellently.

Action episodes were well canned.

What could have been Good?

The second half dips a bit but it still has good entertainment.

Sentimental scenes didn’t work out as they look forced.

Story is quite predictable.

Technical Work:

Director Anil Ravipudi, who has impressed with entertainment in ‘Pataas’, has once again relied on the same recipe for Supreme and he scored a brownie. His writing and dialogues are praiseworthy and the screenplay is pacy.

Music is just average but songs were canned beautifully.

Editing was tight and Cinematography is a major plus.

Production values of Dil Raju are grand.

Action episodes are well choreographed.

Final Verdict:

Summer Blockbuster

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