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Supreme Telugu Movie Review(2.75/5.0)

Cast: Sai Dharam Tej, Raashi Khanna, Ravi Kishan, Kabir Khan
Directed by: Anil Ravipudi
Produced by: Shirish
Music by: Sai Kartheek
Release Date: 5th May 2016
Supreme -Story
Balu(Sai Dharam Tej) is an aggressive taxi driver who stumbles upon a young boy(Mikhail Gandhi) and takes care of him along with his father(Rajendra Prasad). Twist in the tale arises when the young boy is suddenly kidnapped and taken to Orrisa. Left with no choice, Balu decides to go to Orrisa and bring the little kid back. But to his shock, he comes to know that a dreaded gang headed by Kabir Singh and Ravi Kishan is behind all this. Rest of the story is as to how Balu fights against all odds and saves the boy along with his girlfriend(Raashi Khanna)
Supreme -Star Performance

Sai Dharam Tej as Balu is terrific. He has grown as an actor compared to his previous movies. He has all the qualities and capabilities to be a star. He has done a superb job in comic scenes and in emotional scenes. Rashi Khanna as Bellam Sreedevi, SI, is good. She has good comic timing. Rajendra Prasad is superb as a drunkard father. Ravi Kishan of Race Gurram fame is nice as Beeku. Child actor Mikhail Gandhi is fantastic. Kabir Duhan Singh as Vikram Sarkar is good. Vennela Kishore, Raghu Babu, Surekha Vani, Tanikella Bharani, Jayaprakash Reddy, Raghu, Srinivasa Reddy, Posani Krishna Murali, Prabhas Sreenu, Prudhvi Raj and other actors performed according to what they are given.

Supreme -Technical Team
Anil Ravipudi came up with a weak story for the film. The story gets totally predictable in the first fifteen minutes in to the film. However he managed it with good treatment and racy screenplay. Comedy is the biggest asset of the film. Anil Ravipudi further took care to stuff, mass masala elements like fights, good songs to keep the masses interested. Sai Kartheek comes up with average music once again. But the director increased the songs value with excellent picturization. The camera work during the Andam Hindolam song is top notch. Editing should have been better in the second half where things get dragged to a good extent. Dil Raju's Production Values are excellent.
Supreme - Analysis

The first half of the film is largely entertaining with good comedy. There is a little drag just before the interval bang. However the proceedings in the second half turn wayward as the film moves on a single thread. Logic goes for a toss at many places. The comedy hide and seek fight in villain's den in the second half and the body builders fight episode are interesting. Finally, Supreme is yet another routine mass masala which only banks on entertainment from start to stop. It will probably go well with the mass audience in the holiday season.

Supreme - Trailer

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