Sita Ramam movie review


Rashmika Mandanna is a student president of Pakistan at a university in London. She takes up the job of delivering a letter to Mrunal Thakur at the insistence of her grandfather’s will.

Though she doesn’t like the job, she agrees to do it to get her share of her grandfather’s property.

The letter is written by Dulquer Salmaan to Sita. Who is this Dulquer? Who is Mrunal? What is the connection between Dulquer and Rashmika’s grandfather forms the rest of the story.


Director Hanu Raghavapudi has narrated this love story with enchating visuals, and prodigious characterisations.

The second half is one of the major plus points of the movie. Dulquer Salmaan once again proves his worth with Sita Ramam. He breathes life into Lieutenant Ram’s character.

He looks good and his screen presence is blazing. Be it the emotional scenes or the romantic ones, he delivers them splendidly. Mrunal Thakur makes a decent debut and is impressive in her first outing.

The romantic track has been handled in a classy manner. Sumanth and Rashmika’s roles are beautifully woven into this story. They got major roles and did a splendid job.

Music by Vishal Chandrasekhar is very pleasant and sets the mood for the story. Cinematographer PS Vinod and Shreyas have captured the beauty of Kashmir in an effective manner.

Rating: 3.9/5