Starring: Gopichand, Tamannaah Bhatia, Bhumika Chawla, Digangana Suryavanshi, Posani Krishna Murali, Rao Ramesh and others
Director : Sampath Nandi
Producers : Srinivasaa Chitturi
Music Director : Mani Sharma
Cinematography : S Soundara Rajan
Editor : Tammiraju
Release date : September 10,2021
Seetimaarr is a film that needs to click at any cost as Gopichand is looking for a comeback. The film is out now and, read our review to find out if the film has any juice in it or not.
Karthik(Gopichand) takes his women’s Kabaddi team to Delhi for the nationals. But as the goons, there have issues with his cop brother-in-law (Rahman), they kidnap the girls all of a sudden. How will Gopichand rescues the girls and make them champions is the basic story of the film?
Gopichand is a pro when it comes to action films and here in Seetimaarr he does well. He is a bit subdued and does not overact as he plays a mature coach. Tamannah as the Telangana coach is loud but will be loved by the masses.
Digangana is also neat in her role. Some comedy scenes in the first half featuring Annapurna are good. The main villain, Tarun Arora is also neat but he was not utilized properly by the director. Bhumika and Rahaman are wasted in the film.
By looking at the trailers, one would assume that the film will be a total Kabaddi film. But that is not the case as the Kidnapping and action elements are given more focus. The film has Kabaddi as the backdrop and is handled well without giving the feeling of Dejavu to the audience.
Sampath Nandi has directed this film and he has added proper mass elements and they work well for the most part. Mani Sharma’s music is quite good and his BGM also enhances the film. The visuals and rustic action blocks in the climax are good.
The first half of the film is pretty impressive and the interval point is also handled well. The second half has issues as a small kidnapping is blown out of proportion. The villain is a cop and it is so hard to nab him. This episode is dragged. Apart from this, the film has passable moments that will surely impress the frontbenchers.
Bottom Line – Aimed at the masses