‘Sodara Sodarimanulara’ review: Interesting emotional ride

“Sodara Sodarimanulara” movie starring Kamal Kamaraju and Aparna Devi has grabbed attention with the promotional content of the film. The film also features Kalakeya Prabhakar and Prithviraj in key roles. The movie got released in theatres and pulling audience. Let’s see how it fares at box-office.


Raju (Kamal Kamaraju) is the middle class family man who leads a struggling life as a Cab Driver. Sravani (Aparna Devi) is Raju's wife who takes care of the family. Raju is fond of her daughter and wants to spend a quality time with her whenever he has. All of a sudden Raju is falsely accused of a major crime by CI (Kalakeya Prabhakar), and is forced to prove his innocence to both, a brutal police force and a divided society for unknown dropping of a passenger in a Resort at mid night time.

Raju's innocence will close all the doors due to the Minister's (Prithviraj) political influence. How Raju comes out of this case? Does he really attempted any crime is the main crux of the story.


Kamal Kamaraju did his best in the role Cab Driver Raju and delivers the emotional performance at his best. Aparna Devi as Sravani justifies her role with impressive acting skills. Kalakeya Prabhakar does his best as a terrific cop with the negative shades.Veteran Actor Prithviraj is okay with his role.


Writer and director Raghupathi Reddy Gunda impresses with his work, delivering this crime drama with a neat and clean screenwriting. The runtime of the film is major plus point which has the engaging narration. Vardhan's background score is decent. Editing by Pavan Shekhar Pasupuleti is crispy. 9Em Entertainments, iR Movies production values is decent. Cinematography by Mohan Chary could have been better.


On the whole, “Sodara Sodarimanulara” film is all about the current crimes in the society. The director has selected the sensitive topic and narrated a crime thriller in a short and crispy way with no boring moments through-out the film. This film has outstanding performances by Kamal Kamaraju and Prabhakar. The first half of the film starts with a racy direction and the latter half will unfolds the film's end point.