Review Remo

Cast: Siva Karthikeyan, Keerthi Suresh, Yogi Babu and Sharanya

Editing: Ruben

Cinematography: PC Sreeram

Music: Anirudh

Producers: Dil Raju

Story-Screenplay-Direction: Bakkiya Raj Kannan

Siva Karthikeyan and Keerthi Suresh starrer romantic entertainer Remo turned out to be a successful venture in Tamil. Popular producer Dil Raju has dubbed this film into Telugu. The film is releasing all over Telugu states on November 25 and we bring you the exclusive review of it:


SK (Siva Karthikeyan) aspires to be an actor since his childhood. He tries a lot to get that one big chance. Meanwhile, one day SK comes across a girl named Kavya (Keerthi Suresh) on roadside. Generally, SK doesn’t show any interest in girls but he falls for Kavya at first sight. By the time he decides to propose Kavya, she gets engaged to someone else.

Heartbroken SK decides to move on in his life. Next day, when he is travelling in a lady getup to attend one of the film auditions, he again comes across Kavya. Kavya talks with him thinking that he is a girl. SK introduces himself as Remo. Both of them become good friends and SK gets a job as nurse in the same hospital where Kavya works. How did SK then proceed to propose her? Will she marry him or someone else? Did SK become an actor? Go catch the film at the nearest theatre to know the answer.


Siva Karthikeyan does a neat job as both SK and Remo. In fact, he looks good as Remo than SK. This will definitely be a good debut for him in Telugu. Keerthi Suresh impresses in the role of a nurse. She was good in comedy sequences as well as in the emotional scenes. Sharanya shines in the role of hero’s mother. Rest of the cast did justice to their roles.

Thumbs up:

  • Siva Karthikeyan
  • Comedy
  • Music
  • Cinematography
  • Interval bang

Thumbs down:

  • Dragged second half
  • Editing
  • Routine story

Technical and overall analysis:

Inspite of being a debutant, director Bakkiyaraj Kannan did a commendable job. Though the story is quite old, he manges to impress with an engaging screenplay. Younger generation will get connected to the story. The major highlight of this film is cinematography. PC Sreeram’s visuals bring the rchness to the film. The lighting during the interval sequence proves his calibre. His inclusion is a big addon for the film. Anirudh’s music is good and so is the background score.

Remo is basically an old wine served in a new bottle. But it will entertain the audience well. First half moves on a good pace with some nice comedy and romantic scenes. The scenes featuring Siva Karthikeyan and Saranya were well executed and they work well on screen. But the second half is bit dragged to an extent. It could’ve been edited. Overall, Remo is a clean entertainer which caters to both the yoth and the family audience.

One-line verdict:

Decent Rom-Com