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Times of India
they say that the second film for a director is mostly jinxed but Anil proves that wrong. Because his entertainer is amazing. Zing. Zing.
The thing about commercial cinema is that despite having a run-of-the-mill narrative, films can still work wonders if executed well because telling a cliched, masala story is no easy task, especially if it is done with a lot of meaningful and effective entertainment weaved in. And it seems director Anil Ravipudi has become a master of that craft as he manages to do so with Supreme after showing us a sample of his ability in his debut film Pataas.
Anil interestingly uses Ramayana as an outline to tell this story where the little Rajan is Rama and Balu, Hanuman. We even have a sequence where a handicapped man tries his best to save the little boy reminding you of the scene where Jatayu attempts to save Sita from the clutches of the evil Raavana. But all these references are to be read between the lines and to be observed through the various references as you make your way through this story.
The biggest asset of Supreme is that it's racy and has hardly any dull moments. For a person who enjoys the typical commercial entertainers, there's everything in place. Brilliant comedy - If the chemistry between Raashi Khanna and Vennela Kishore is a high, the scenes where Prudhvi and Prabhas Srinu appear are "amazing. Zing. Zing"; you'll be left in peals of laughter each time they appear on screen! Heart touching emotions - The moment when the little boy likens this taxi driver he just met recently to his father is a tear-shedding moment. And then the, innovative fight sequences! - Be it the hide and seek fight or the tool kit attack, or even the fight involving the disabled men, each one of them breathes novelty and for that, Anil definitely needs a thumbs up.
Raashi Khanna's new avatar is very appealing and her performance is endearing. You actually wish there was more screen time for her in the second half. Mikhail Gandhi, the child artiste is the film's biggest highlight and does a commendable job.
Sai Dharam Tej has definitely seen an upward graph in terms of his performances and this is his best because the director brings out the best in him and we see that his promising performance is use fully making the actor in charge of every frame he is a part of.
One big disappointment in the film, though, would be the oh-so-hyped Andam Hindolam which could have been way better in terms of the choreography. Matching up to Chiranjeevi and Radha is no easy task but still we were left asking for a lot more.
But then, they say that the second film for a director is mostly jinxed but Anil proves that wrong. Because his entertainer is amazing. Zing. Zing.
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