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Subramanyam For Sale Telugu Movie Review(2.5/5.0)

Cast: Sai Dharam Tej, Regina Cassandra, Adah Sharma
Directed by: Harish Shankar
Produced by: Produced name
Music by: Mickey J Meyer
Release Date: 24-09-2015
Subramanyam For Sale - Story

Subramanyam(Sai Dharam Tej) is a money minded youth who goes to the US to earn big bucks. One fine day, he comes across Seetha(Regina) who ditches her family for her long time boyfriend. As time passes by, Seetha gets cheated by her boyfriend big time and is left stranded in the states.As expected, Subramanyam comes to Seetha's rescue and solves all her problems. Twist in the tale arises when Seetha requests Subramanyam to come along with her to India and clear the chaos which was created by her elopement.Subramanyam accepts to this proposal by demanding a huge amount. The couple lands in India and to their surprise, the entire family misunderstands them to be already married. What will Subramanyam do now ? Will he keep his money minded nature aside and help Seetha ? That forms the rest of the story.

Subramanyam For Sale - Star Performance

The performance of the actor's ingeminates the fact the story is a rehash of several commercial films that have come before. I know it's a bit too early, but Sai Dharam Tej gets “Supreme Hero” tag line with this film. He delivered an energetic performance through SFS. He not only succeeds in impressing fans with his acting, dance moves, but also does a good job in imitating Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi, though sometimes things go overboard. It high time, he needs to work on his emotions in dramatic sequences.

With a demanding role that requires her to look pretty and tough at the same time, Regina has a great challenge at her hands, but she manages it fine. And she looked damn pretty in “Naalo Em Jarigindo” song. Tejaswini looked just about okay. Suman Talwar and Naga Babu have done a decent job. Rao Ramesh looked comfortable in an extended SVSC role with a pinch of vindictive emotions. Adah Sharma is mediocre in her extended cameo. Fish venkat and Brahmanandam have limited roles to play and they perform it fine as well. Ajay is wasted in a short role.

Subramanyam For Sale - Technical Team
The basic plot of Subramanyam For Sale seems like a ragbag of elements from other commercial films like Brundavanam, Parugu, Yamadonga, Bavagaru Bagunnara, MIrapakaay – with slow pacing and a throwback to the 1990's style of buildup. The characterization of Sai Dharam Tej goes over the top in one scene and get completely matured in the next. There has been a definite attempt to mould the film with all the necessary ingredients in the format of a conventional family drama's to cater family audience.
The script by Ramesh Reddy, Satish Vegesna goes on almost similar lines as Dil Raju's family entertainer Brindavanam. Harish Shankar, who has directed couple of finely crafted films in the past seems have opted for a rather convenient short cut to success. Though he has not been able to do some smart repairs on Ramesh and Satish's shacky script. Here are the situations, characterizations and the performances all that look hokey to the hilt. It seems like there was a desperate attempt to give certain balance to the film, but they just didn't know how to do it in a gripping way.
The climax disappoints big time over here.Music director Mickey J Meyer have created a good sound track while choreographers have succeeded in bringing out promising performances from the actors with their moves. C Ram Prasad doubles the cinematic experience with his beautiful cinematography. Editing by Gautham Raju could have been lot better. Many portions needed trimming and a better editing style would have helped the pace in the film. Dialogues work in parts in the movie, especially lines like “Abbadaniki Thodu Kavali, Nijaki Needa Kuda AVasaram Ledu”, “Nenu Dabbu kosam Deegipotha Deegijariponu”, Paruvu Gurinchi Alochinchani Pilla eppudain Baruve, “Bottle Moyyali annipinche Baruvu, Mandhu thaagali anipinche baadyatha” etc stay with you for a while. The interval highway fight sequence is pretty promising. Production Values of “Sri Venkateswara Films” are good.
Subramanyam For Sale - Analysis
What is the safest way to score a box office hit in Telugu? Simple hire a decent star and get to remold some commercial mass formula – larger than life role, forced comedy, punchlines every now and then, some romantic numbers and at least 3 fight sequences … This magic formula works once again in Subramanyam for sale, a film strictly for fans. However if you're looking forward to some meaningful and innovative entertainment, skip this one and you loose nothing. Overall, SFS is an oldest wine in a new bottle.

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