Supreme Movie Review

May 5, 2016

Andhrapulse brings you Supreme Movie Review today. Supreme Hero Sai Dharam Tej now entertains you as a Supremefrom today which released worldwide. The film is directed by Anil Ravipudi and produced by Sri Venkateswara Creations. Raashi Khanna, Rajendra Prasad, Kabir Singh Duhan are seen in prominent roles.

Pataas Actress Shruthi Sodhi will be seen in a special song. Sai Kartheek provides tunes to this action entertainer.

Read Sai Dharam Tej's Supreme Movie Review below.


Balu (Sai Dharam Tej), an aggressive Taxi Driver falls in love with SI Bellam Sridevi in first sight. When all is well with Balu and Bellam Sridevi, an unknown little boy will comes into the life of Balu.

Balu with no option takes care of this little boy along with his Dad. Twist in the tale arises when the young boy is kidnapped by the unknown gang.

Vikram Sarkar (Kabir Singh Duhan) a dreaded goon keeps an eye on Ananthpur Jagruthi Trust and tries to create problem to the people living in the town. Rest of the story deals with how will Balu save the boy from the Kidnappers. Will Balu clears the problems raised on Jagruthi Trust is rest of the story.


Sai Dharam Tej is energetic in the role Balu and the actor improves his comic timing. His action and dance moves are major assets in the film.

Raashi Khanna role gets limited response as there is not much scope for her role in the movie.

Kabir Singh Duhan looks terrific

Rajendra Prasad does justice to his role

Shruthi Sodhi gives extra boost with her glamour in special song “Taxi Wala”.

The other roles by Pruthvi, Raghu Babu,Prabhas Sreenu are hilarious.

Technical Department:

Cinematography by Sai Ram is impressive.

Music Director Sai Kartheek has done a decent job with extraordinary background score. His songs are visually good and the major credit goes for Andham Hindoolam song for its music.

Production Values by Dil Raju's production is lavish.

Screenplay and Direction by Anil Ravipudi gets a decent score from the audience. His screenplay is racy and the story is routine.


Supreme movie comes with decent expectations leaving the Sai Dharam Tej's mark through out the film. The director Anil Ravipudi has clarified that his story goes on routine note with extraordinary screenplay.

The first half of the film goes on racy note and the latter half deals with simple and predictable scenes. The film has entertainment quotient through out the film and the director has played it safe with all necessary commercial elements.

Final Word:

Time Pass Flick.