Sreekaram Movie Review

Sreekaram Movie Review

Certificate: U/A

Language: Telugu

Genre: Drama Family

Release Date: 11 Mar 2021

Runtime: 02:20:00


Sreekaram Review: A emotional ride with a social message

Sreekaram starring Sharwanand and Priyanka Arul Mohan, the film is directed by Kishore Reddy
Bhavana Sharma

Updated: March 11, 2021 13:50 IST

Rating : 3/5

Sreekaram Story:

Ekambaram (Sai Kumar), the rich guy in the village lends money to the farmers for high interest rates and when they can't manage to pay him back, he will buy their lands for low rates because he believes farming doesn’t yield any profits. Sharwanand, son of a farmer called Keshavlu (Rao Ramesh) and he know that his father has debts to clear for Ekambaram. To help his father, Sharwanand takes up a software job and manages to clear. Post that, he comes back to his village to take up farming as a profession and leaves his luxury life behind. What happens after that? Will things in the village change and farmers get their lands back? You need to watch this on the big screen to know more.

Sreekaram Review:

Every film has some really appreciable performances by some of the actors. In this film, everyone has done an amazing job. Performances of Sharwanand, Priyanka Arul Mohan, Rao Ramesh, Naresh, Sai Kumar and Murali Sharma have done a great job and justice to the roles they have been offered. Music by Mickey J Meyer is an asset to the film. All the songs are good and go with the flow.

Dialogues in the film are so meaningful and powerful. There was no such instance or dialogue in the film which will make you feel it was unnecessary. Production quality of the film, and the camera work as well are really great. The importance of farming and how important a farmer is, in the mechanical and modern world, has been shown well. Sharwanand has done a good job by picking up this project.

Sreekaram Verdict:

Sreekaram is a much-needed film is the current scenario and is so much relatable to every farmer, and members of farmer community out there. A must watch film this weekend.