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Subramanyam For Sale Movie Review

SDT-Regina-SFS-2Title: Subramanyam For Sale (2015)

Cast: Sai Dharam Tej, Regina Cassandra & Brahmanandam

Director: Harish Shankar

Producer: Dil Raju

Music: Micky J Meyer

Cinematographer: C Ram Prasad

Release Date: 24-Sep-2015

Rating: 2.75/5

Sai Dharam Tej and Regina Cassandra who scored hit with their first film ‘Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham’ are teaming up for the second time. Director Harish Shankar who gave a block buster to Pawan Kalyan is eager to give a blockbuster to his nephew as well. Can the team repeat a hit.. lets see


Subramanyam(Sai Dharam Tej) who stays in USA does different jobs with the only objective of accumulating as many dollars as possible. He happens to meet Seetha(Regina) at the airport when he goes to pick up his uncle Chintakaya(Brahmanandam). Seetha elopes from her home town Kurnool to marry her facebook lover with whom she has been in love for the last 3 years. Seetha shocked to see her fianc’e having an affair with another girl leaves him and felt heartbroken. Subramanyam comes to the rescue of Seetha and convinces her to go home town for her sisters(Tejaswi) engagement. Seetha requests Subramanyam to help her in convincing the truth to her family members. Meanwhile Subramanyam is chased by Ajay as Subramanyam was supposed to marry her sister Durga(Adah Sharma). Why Subramanyam got ready to marry Adah Sharma and what happened when both Seetha and Subramanyam goes to Kurnool forms the rest of the story.


First half of the film starts on a dull note with the unconvincing first fight but films slowly picks up once the actual scenes between the lead pair starts. The comedy scenes in the first half between Brahmanandam, Sai Dharam Tej and Regina falls flat. However the pre interval scenes and the Highway fight will keep up the tempo of the film towards the second half. The script of the film is very routine and unconvincing as the director has concentrated majorly on the commercial elements. Sai Dharam Tej’s imitation of Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi steps might appeal to Mega audience. Second half is better than first half with good comedy between Fish Venkat, Brahmanandam and Dharam Tej. Climax is another disappointment which is neither emotional nor convincing. Overall director managed to run the show with good dialogues, good chemistry with the lead pair and comedy scenes.

Artist Performances:

Sai Dharam Tej carries the whole film on his shoulders, he is energetic and emotes well in comedy scenes. However lot need to be improved on his voice modulation and emotional scenes.

Regina Cassandra gets well with her character Seetha and she is simple and does a very good job in emotional scenes but her expressions are similar to her previous films.

Adah Sharma role is very limited and nothing much to mention.

Brahmanandam does a decent job as we are used to such comedy. Fish Venkat did a fantastic job in the comedy scenes who fascinates to speak fluent english.

Rao Ramesh, Suman and Nagababu did a good performance in their roles. Ajay’s role and his performance are very routine.

Technical Department:

Harish Shankar did a good job in turning a routine story into a decent commercial entertainer. His mark will be felt in the dialogues and action sequences.

Cinematography by Ram Prasad is excellent especially in Guvva Gorinkatho Song which is visually very rich.


Subramanyam For Sale is a time pass flick and buy it once.