24 May 2019 02:41:22
Sita is a Telugu movie starring Kajal Aggarwal and Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas in prominent roles. It is a drama directed by Teja.
Sita (played by Kajal Aggarwal) is a city-bred successful youngster who is arrogant and adamant. She is met with financial trouble which pushes her to sign a contract with Badavaraju (Sonu Sood). However, Badavaraju ends up bothering her.
The proceedings bring Sita al the way to Bhutan to meet Ram (Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas). He is a man, but a child at heart. Sita is forced to marry Ram to inherit his wealth. Will Sita marry Ram? What will happen between her and Sonu?
Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas has almost played a role who is half retarded. He aims to be innocent but ends up looking retarded.
Kajal Aggarwal plays a sadistic role and overreacts in most of the places. Her expressions are perfect when she deals with money, but in scenes with Bellamkonda, she is a mess.
Sonu Sood has delivered a decent performance but there is nothing new to his character. We have seen him play this role several times before.
Tanikella Bharani offers some respite with his timing comedy. Bittiri Satti, too has managed to evoke some laughs in this otherwise boring film.
Director Teja should be applauded for taking Ramayana and giving it his own twist. Despite making Sita a holy man, he has given her a negative twist.
The comedy sequences work well in the first half. It is quite sad to say that Tanikella Bharani and Bittiri Sati offer some laughs with their good performance.
Though Director Teja has taken a decent storyline, he messed it up by employing silly characters who don’t know what common sense or logic is.
Kajal Aggarwal’s character thinks that she is intellectual, but in several places, she proved that she is a dumb female who thinks to put up a tough face would get her everything.
Bellamkonda Sai Sreenivas is a total misfit in the role. He looks animated and doesn’t emote naturally. It looks caricaturist on screen.
Music by Anup Rubens is totally atrocious as he had added music straight from video games as BGMs. The songs are nearly memorable.
Director Teja was missing in action for two years, but his comeback film of sorts, Sita, is a sheer disappointment as it doesn’t have anything enjoyable or entertaining.