Star Cast: Sai Dharam Tej, Raashi Khanna, Rajendra Prasad and others
Director: Anil Ravipudi
Producer: Dil Raju
Music Director: Sai Kartheek
About 15000 people live on the thousands of acres belonging to Jagruti Trust. Sensing that there is no legal heir to the property, a crooked millionaire Vikram Sarkar (Kabir Dulhan Singh) gets a favourable court order using forged documents. Later Trustee (Sai Kumar) files a counter petition and gets one month time to present the legal heir of the property before the court. Who is the real heir? How Cab driver Balu (Sai Dharam Tej) fits in the story? is all about the remaining story.
Sai Dharam Tej is undoubtedly the best actor from Mega family after Ram Charan. He is just four years old but displays tremendous ease on screen, be it is acting or dialogue delivery or dances. This film will for sure improve his market further. Raashi Khanna is red hot even in Khaki. She did good justice to her role in the film. Rajendra Prasad is decent as Hero’s father and Kabir Dulhan Singh as baddie is fine. Vennela Kishore gets a good character. Posani, Srinivasa Reddy, JP, Prudhvi , Prabhas Srinu and a new entry as villain Bhikku’s side kick ‘Jenny’ are impressive. Shruti Sodhi of Pataas fame shook her booty for an item number and she did that well. The kid named Rajan is cute and impressive.
Anil Ravipudi is a pakka commercial director. He always depend on his treatment and racy screenplay than on the story. The film’s story is wafer thin and is wide open after the first sequence as well with out any twists. But Anil make sure the audience are not bored since start to the end. The comedy is not rib-tickling but is good. The negative points are some forced sentiment scenes here and there, the drag before the interval bang and a simple climax.
Sai Kartheek is always struggling to move above that average standard music. This is also the case with Supreme. But Anil covered it up with good picturization of songs. Back ground score is good as well. Action Sequences worked out really well. Dil Raju’s production values are lavish. Camera work is good while Editing is okay.
1. Sai Dharam Tej
2. Racy Screenplay
3. Decent Comedy and good fights
1. Predictable Story
2. Forced Sentiment
3. Simple Climax
Supreme is a decent entertainer with only Entertainment as Mantra. The director managed to keep the audience entertainer from start to stop. If you are expecting anything more than that, you will be disappointed. Given that there are no mass releases in this month, it will end up well at the box office.