Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sitralu Review

Jan 29, 2016

Andhrapulse brings you Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sitralu Movie Review this friday. The film has Raj Tharun, Arthana in lead roles. Sri Sailendra Productions banner has produced this film with S Sailendra Babu and KV Sridhar Reddy as the producers. Srinivas Gavireddy directed this film and Gopi Sundar provides tunes.

Check Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sitralu Review below


Story starts in Ramapuram village with Sriram (Raj Tharun) an easy going guy who has no responsibilities. Sita (Aarthana) belongs to the same village and she is a childhood friend of Sriram.

Sriram who has crush on Sita tries to impress her on many occasions. However, Sriram comes to know that she hates him. Later, the duo gets into thier love track where Sita parents strictly oppose their proposal. To marry Sriram needs to prove what he is upto.

Will Sriram wins the challenge is rest of the story.


Raj Tarun improves his action skills through this film. His comedy timing and dialogues will reach the mass pulse.

Arthana looks as traditional in village girl role with decent characterization.

The other roles done by Raja Ravindra, Surekha Vani are decent with their matured roles.

Shakalaka Shankar once again steals the show with his comedy timing.

Technical Department:

Gopi Sunder's music scores decent with refreshing back ground score.

Production Values by Sri Sailendra Productions is lavish.

Director Srinivas Gavireddy tried to elevate through the entertainment angle and deeply not convincing with what the story motto is. His screenplay has nothing interesting and the film goes on boring note.

Editing could have been better

Cinematography is neat with impressive village visuals through out the film.


Seethamma Andalu Ramayya Sitralu film is all about Sita and Ramu's love. Their on screen chemistry in the film gets decent score and the director has totally failed to execute to reveal the real motto of the film's overview.

Though the movie has decent entertainment, Raj Tharun is the only role which will do all the things onscreen. The director has chosen routine love story and gave predictable touch ups with no interesting elements.

The film's first half goes on fun and latter half deals with the real story behind the emotions of two families and the lead pair love and a challenge with a simple climax.

Final Word:

Neither Sitamma Andalu nor Ramayya Sitralu can save you

RATING: 2.5/5