Sita Ramam Review: Jaw Dropping Plot With Incredible Performance

At present where Bollywood is facing its downfall. The southern industry film is getting a lot of love from the audience. After Vikram Rona, the Telugu film Sita Ramam managed to capture the hearts of the audience. Sita Ramam was released worldwide today (Friday August 5, 2022) and the film is receiving positive reviews from audiences and critics. The film stars Dulquer Salman, Mrunal Thakur and Rashmika Mandanna in the lead roles.

Story of Sita Ramam

In the period romance film set in the 60s, Dulquer plays the role of Lieutenant Ram, while Mrunal tries his love and Rashmika plays the role named Afreen. In the mid-1960s or thereabouts, Lieutenant Ram (Dulquer) fell in love with a stranger (Mrunal Thakur as Sita Mahalakshmi) after exchanging letters with her. Twenty years later, Ram and Sita’s love story has had an eventful journey full of twists and turns. Afreen (Rashmika Mandanna) is looking for Sita and she realizes that she must find Ram first. In the process, she learns Ram’s pissed off story which is a bundle of unexpected incidents.

Exam

Sita Ramam is a must watch movie with an excellent plot. It contains all the elements of love, emotion, war and suspense. The performance and the story are also worth seeing. The song’s cinematography and timing are also jaw-dropping. The film has it all. Mrunal Thakur who made his Telugu industry debut with the film, his performance is breathtaking and his chemistry with Dulquer chemistry looks fresh on the screens. Rasmika Mandana’s acting is also good in the film.

Netizens praise the film

The film managed to win the love of audiences and critics. Various social media users are praising the film and the film’s characters on Twitter. A netizen declared the film one of the best Telugu films.

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