Sita Review

Sita Review
Sita Review

Sita Review :
Director: Teja
Producers: Anil Sunkara
Banner: AK Entertainments
Music: Anup Rubens
Starring: Kajal Aggarwal, Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas
Release Date: 24th May 2019
Rate: 2.5/5

After Kavacham, once again, Kajal Aggarwal teamed up with Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas for Sita, which is directed by Teja and is bankrolled by Anil Sunkara, whereas it has the music by Anup Rubens. The movie has hit the theaters today on 24th May 2019. Teja introduced Kajal Aggarwal to Telugu Cinema with Lakshmi Kalyanam and later they worked together for Nene Raju Nene Mantri in which Rana Daggubati played the lead role and this is the third time when once again them up for Sita. Let’s see the story of Sita.

Story: Sita (Kajal) is an arrogant city girl and she is the owner of Constructions company . She signs a contract with Basavaraju (Sonu Sood) when she faces a financial issue. But he fails to help her. Later Sita meets Ram (Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas) in Bhutan and he helps her (Kajal) get over the financial troubles. What happens next, form rest of the story.

Plus Points:
· Kajal Aggarwal
· Songs
· Entertainment
. Minus Points:
· Screenplay
· Too many twist
· Routine story
· Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas

Performance: Kajal Aggarwal is the heart and soul of the film Sita. She has an author-backed role, which has different shades. She has delivered a fantastic performance, which is the highlight of Sita. She delivers her career best performance and looking glamorous in each frame . Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas, Sonu Sood and Mannara Chopra have also done justice to their roles and they are also among the big attractions of the film. Bithiri Sathi’s comic timing is also .

Technical: The Storyline of Sita is just ok. Dialogues are superb. The film has good production values and background score, picturisation, action scenes and punch dialogues are the attractions on the technical front. Production Value is good. The music by Anup Rubens is impressive. The cinematography is good while the editing is just ok.

Analysis: Kajal Aggarwal’s performance is the major asset of the film. She carries the entire responsibility of the film on his shoulder. The major drawback of the film are the routine story and too many twists. Screenplay is dull and comedy hasn’t worked for the most part.