Shatamanam Bhavati Telug Movie Latest Review
Sankranthi is the largest South Indian and Telugu festival that lasts three days with guaranteed vacations. It is the season that marks the release of many versions of films to enjoy the season. Megastar comeback movie Khaidi No 150, Balayya Babu’s Landmark 100th film GPSK have both already released which has got rave positive reviews already. Shatamanam Bhavati is the third film among the releases of Sankranthi which features Sharwanand and Anupama Parameswaran as sons and is produced by Dil Raju under his SVC banner. He came for the last Sankranthi with Raja Express among biggies and got a solid shot in his kitty. Hope this season makes him score another shot with Shatamanam Bhavati. Let’s see how it works on us.
Raghavaraju (Prakash Raj) and his wife Janakamma (Jayasudha) and their grandson Raghavaraju (Sharwanand) live happily in a small village named Athreyapuram. They are in a sad feeling that their sons and daughter living abroad do not visit them as they want to see them. Raghavaraju garu makes a plan to make them visit and makes it work. This plan makes his wife uncomfortable to know. There are some problems within the family to create some disturbances added to the problem of his wife. How did they solve the problems? What is Raghavaraju Garu’s plan? What are the problems in the family?
The answers to these questions form the rest of the story.
Cast and Performance
Sharwanand plays the role of Raju very convincing. It is subtle and perfect for the role. The chemistry (as they say) between him and Anupama Parameswaran is superb. Anupama Parameswaran is superb in his role and is the perfect pair for Sharwanand. She makes good choices in her career and in her places with her natural performances. Pair of Prakash Raj and Jayasudha is the best part of the movie and they play with great ease as a real couple and makes the audience feel with their moods on screen. Naresh like Kanakaraju is nice in his role which is crucial for the story and also creates humor. Indraja, the heroine of yesteryear has made a good comeback with the role in this film. Raja Ravindra, Satish and all the other artists are good for their roles.
Concept of this Sathamanam Bhavathi is good and interesting. The script is written convincingly and is committed throughout the film. The dialogues are located and there are some good lines to experience.
The songs composed by Mickey J Meyer are superb and are well picturized in the film. Context score is fantastic and makes the movie feel connect easily. Sameer Reddy proves once again his talent by giving the best visuals for his films. His work speaks more in the film. The editing is correct. The production values are rich.
Prakash Raj and Jayasudha
Sharwanand and Anupama Parameswaran
Music by Mickey J Meyer
Image Sameer Reddy
Shatamanam Bhavati is the third film of the Sankranti race which has good expectations to reach. This film is filled with some lovely moments among family members and has certain values for people to learn from. It sometimes happens that scenes of predicate and comedy seem to be injected with force. The script is well written throughout the film, but it is predictable most of the time. There are so many routine scenes in the second half that we have seen in many family dramas. Director Satish Vegesna has done fine work in manipulating a well-known story and well represented on the screen. He did a commendable job with emotions and his take on NRI families and their relationship with Indian parents is good. The way he cast actors for roles is the biggest advantage for this film. To summarize, Shatamanam Bhavati is a perfect family drama for this Sankranthi and the public will have difficulty choosing between three good films.
Review score: 3/5
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