Sita review


Director Teja’s latest film ‘Sita’ featuring Bellamkonda Srinivas and Kajal Aggarwal in lead roles has been released today. Ak Entertainments bankrolled Sita. After the success of Nene Raju Nene Mantri, director Teja’s latest directorial venture is Sita. With the trailer being interesting it seemed Teja will garner success this time too.

Story: Anand Mohan Ranga(Bhagyaraj) nephew is Raghuram(Bellamkonda Srinivas). Raghuram is brought up in Bhutan. Anand’s daughter Sita(Kajal Aggarwal) is a stubborn lady. She doesn’t listen to anyone. She dreams of building a hotel, for which she acquires a land. She signs an agreement for one month live in relationship with MLA Basavaraj( Sonu Sood) to vacate the people from that land. After her work gets finished, she ignores the MLA. He compels her to live with him according to the agreement. At this time Sita gets to know that her father is no more. The rest of the story continues how Sita met Raghuram? What happened to the agreement?


Analysis: Unlike his previous movies, this time Hero Bellamkonda Srinivas appeared in the character of an innocent guy. In Sita, he did a challenging role and justified it. Kajal Aggarwal is a goal oriented woman who wishes to get work done at any cost. Sonu Sood performance is excellent as the antagonist. He entertained with some light-hearted scenes too. Mannara Chopra, Kota Srinivas Rao, Tanikella Bharani, Abhimanyu Singh, and others justified their roles. Production values of the film are rich which appears in every frame. RX 100 fame Payal Rajput’s special item song is fabulous. Anup Rubens music is fantastic. Sita first half is entertaining with comedy, action, and romance, but the second half seems to be a bit boring and slow.

Rating– 2.25/5


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here