Seetimaarr Review & Rating

Story:

Karthik Subramanyam (Gopichand) is the coach of the Andhra Pradesh Women Kabaddi Team. One day, he meets Telangana Women Kabaddi Team coach Jwala ready (Tamannaah) and falls in love with her. Both the teams get selected to participate in the National Kabaddi Match. But a gang tries to create obstacles for these two teams. A police officer also tries to trouble them. Who is that police officer? Why does he want Gopichand and Jwala to lose? What happened in the end? forms the rest of the story.

Performances:

It has been a long time since the audience saw Gopichand in an entertaining role like this. It felt really fresh and pleasant to see him in a complete entertainer like this. His performance as Kabaddi coach is superb. He blended well with the character and delivered his best performance. Tamannaah also poured her life into Jwala Reddy's character and impressed the audience. The chemistry between Tamannaah and Gopichand also worked out really well for the film. Digangana Suryavanshi grabbed the attention with her role. Rao Ramesh's outstanding performance can be considered as one of the plus points for this film. The rest of the actors also made their presence felt.

Technical Aspects:

Sampath Nandi succeeded in entertaining all sections of the audience with this film. The way he l has narrated the script is too good. Despite having a regular story, Sampath Nandi focused more on the entertainment part and impressed the audience. Production values by Srinivasa Silver Screens are too good. Music by Mani Sharma is one of the biggest highlights of the film. 'Jwala Reddy' song is superb and his BGM also elevated all the scenes in the film. The cinematography by Soundararajan is impressive. Editing is good.

Verdict:

The film has each and everything the audience wants from a regular out and out commercial entertainer. Be it the songs, fights, comedy, or romance, the film is a beautiful blend of all the elements which made it a must-watch for all sections of the audience. Despite having a regular story, the director has succeeded in grabbing the attention with the entertainment. Though the second half and pre-climax are not up to the mark, the film delivers a good message in an entertaining way. The dialogues and scenes related to the women empowerment are really good. Overall, "Seetimaarr" can be a one time watch for all the audience.