Supreme Movie Review

Mega hero Sai Dharam Tej’s Supreme has hit the big-screens today on May 5 on a grand scale. Here is Supreme Movie Review on

Supreme is a commercial mass entertainer directed by Pataas fame Anil Ravipudi casting Raashi Khanna as the leading lady. Anil Ravipudi says Supreme is a complete family entertainer and will entertain you from the word go. Sai Dharam Tej will be seen as Taxi driver while Raashi Khanna played a cop role.

Dil Raju produced the film on Sri Venkateswara Creations banner with music by Sai Karthik. Check Sai Dharam Tej Supreme Movie Review below.

Industrialist Vikram Sarkar (Kabir Khan) plans to grab hold of the Jagruthi Trust and the agricultural lands surrounding Ananthapur district.

Narayana Rao (Saikumar) hopes to safeguard the trust to protect the 15000 villagers residing in the place. On the other side, (Sai Dharam Tej) is a taxi driver and he falls for local SI Sridevi (Raashi Khanna).

A kid Rajan enters Balu’s life, but when his family gets emotionally attached to him, Rajan is kidnapped by Biku Bhai (Ravi Kishan). Why is Rajan kidnapped? What is his story and how does Balu save the kid is the rest of Supreme plot.


Sai Dharam Tej is at his ease in both comedy scenes and fights. He is even improved in emotional scenes though there is more scope for betterment in his expressions. All in all he did a fine job and is evolving as an actor with each of his movies.

Rashi Khanna oozes glamour, and she brings in some laughs with her cop act. Her chemistry with Sai Dharam Tej makes a good watch, while her fun scenes with Vennela Kishore are good.

Mikhail Gandhi, the child actor bagged meaty role, and he is very cute and convincing in the role.

Kabir is brilliant in negative role, while Ravi Kishan is entertaining. Rajendra Prasad and Sai Kumar are apt, while Vennala Kishore, Raghu Babu, Prudhvi, Prabhas Sreenu are entertaining in hilarious scenes.


Sai Kartheek`s musical scores are passable and Andham Hindolam remix has been shot well.

Cinematography is on top notch while the BGM goes with the theme of mass entertainer.

Anil Ravipudi once again leaves his mark as director. The story is routine and twists are predictable, but the entertaining screenplay and dialogues make the difference. Editing could have been better.

Action scenes are well choreographed.

Production Values are rich.

Supreme film sticks to its genre commercial mass entertainer, where the director Anil Ravipudi has neatly packaged it with right blend of commercial ingredients including action, drama, emotion, dances and loads of fun.

 While the story is not novel, it’s writer Anil Ravipudi’s magic that worked, say in handling the screenplay and having a grip over the execution. The comedy is neatly woven into the story and not as any separate episodes. Besides the emotional scenes hits the mark with impressive dialogues.

 Supreme definitely helps Sai Dharam Tej step up the ladder of his stardom, and he is evolving as an actor with each of his movies. Despite routine story and some illogical scenes, Supreme has its entertaining elements that provide you with loads of fun.

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