The new movie “Samajavaragamana” starring actor Sree Vishnu and directed by Ram Abbaraju released today. There was moderate excitement surrounding the film prior to its release. Read our review to find out if the movie has managed to entertain the audience or not.
Samajavaragamana Review & Rating: 3/5 – Starring: Sree Vishnu, Reba Monica John, Naresh – Director: Ram Abbaraju – Producer: Razesh Danda – Music Director: Gopi Sundar
Story: The story revolves around Bala Subrahmanyam (Sree Vishnu), a ticket seller at a movie theater, and his father Uma Maheshwara Rao (Naresh). Uma meets a woman named Sarayu during an exam and she later becomes a tenant at their house.
Sarayu (Reba Monica John) falls in love with Balu, who usually treats girls like sisters, and he begins to develop feelings for her too. However, Balu soon discovers a shocking secret about Sarayu’s family. The story follows what happens next and how Balu resolves the issue.
Plus Points : First half – Sree Vishnu performance – Story – Direction
Minus Points : Screen Play – Second half – climax feels unnatural
Analysis: Samajavaragamana is full on entertainer. The writing is brilliant, punches lands perfectly with all the conflicts working. The first half was laugh riot but the second half derails a bit. However, the fun was maximum in both the halves. Gopi Sundar Music is avg but score was OK.
Performances of Sree Vishnu, Naresh and all other actors stands out. Sree Vishnu and Naresh combination scenes, timing and emotion works out. A Good Debut with Reba Monica John where she excels. Cinematography was good. Watch it in theatres, you will laugh out loud with the crowd for sure.
The film has a few important characters, but unfortunately, the director didn’t utilize them effectively. Sudarshan, who is known for his comedy timing, should have been given more scenes to make the audience laugh. Similarly, Rajiv Kanakala’s character could have been developed better. The scenes involving Srikanth Iyengar become dull and repetitive as his dialogue about relationships is monotonous, resulting in a feeling of boredom.
Film is filled with contemporary references that entertain for the most part. Dialogues are the films main strength. Other than a few dips in the latter half, the movie ends up as a fun watch.
Final Words: “Samajavaragamana is a funny and captivating film that is suitable for the whole family. Sree Vishnu, Naresh, and Reba Monica deliver decent performances. Although there are a few repetitive scenes in the second half, overall, it is a great choice for anyone to watch this weekend.”