Cast: Gopichand, Tamannaah Bhatia, Bhumika Chawla, Digangana Suryavanshi, Posani Krishna Murali, Rao Ramesh, Rahman, Bollywood actor Tarun Arora and others. Apsara Rani features in a special song.
Story, Dialogues, Screenplay, Direction: Sampath Nandi
Producer: Srinivasaa Chitturi
Banner: Srinivasaa Silver Screen
Presenter: Pawan Kumar
Cinematographer: S Soundara Rajan
Music Director: Mani Sharma
Art Director: Satyanarayana DY
Gopichand’s Seetimaar has finally released in theatres. The movie is getting a positive reviews from the audience. If you are eagerly waiting to read the review then you have landed on the right page. Let’s go and read whether Seetimaar is a hit or flop
Plot: Gopichand belongs to Atretapuram. There will be one Ramakrishna Memorial school which is only source for education and growth for their village people. Unfortunately, some people tries to take, Gopichand has decided to save his school from the people. Gopichand tries to get back the school with his Kabbadi game. He forms his own team for Kabbadi to play national level. What are the odds he faces forms the story.
Performances: Gopichand did a brilliant acting in the film. Tamannah steals the show with her performance. Suryavanshi got a limited screen space, she needs to work on her skills. The other supporting cast Rao Ramesh, Posani Murali Krishna has carried the film on their shoulders. The whole team made the film watchable with their performance.
Analysis: Seetimaar is a new concept film which deals about the sports drama. The makers failed in execution. They had a interesting script but they haven’t narrated well on the big screen. Songs and editing are very poor in the film.
Gopichand and Tamannah
Verdict; The bottom line of the film tell education and sports are both in hands to go. It’s all about women empowerment.