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Kausalya Supraja Rama (2008) Movie Review

Film: Kosalya Supraja Rama
Rating: 1.5/5
Cast: Srikanth, Charmy, Gowri Munjal, Kota, Bharani, Uttej, Chalapathi Rao, Hema, Krishna Bhagawan, LB Sri Ram, Apoorva, Rama Teertha, Brahmanandam, Venu Madhav etc
Dialogues: Satyanand
Fights: Satish
Music: Koti
Story, Screenplay, Direction: Surya Prasad
Producer: Rama Naidu
Released On: 9th Oct 2008


Sri Ram (Srikanth) is a loyal professional who works at Ranga Rao (Kota), a software company owner. As Ranga Rao leaves abroad for 10 days he asks Sri Ram to take care of his house. Supraja (Charmy), the daughter of Ranga Rao who stays in hostel comes to home at the same time and stays there. Adding to her, many people come and stay in that house claiming some link with Ranga Rao. Sri Ram entertains everyone and serves them. In the process, Supraja falls in love of Sri Ram. Ranga Rao returns and announces that he is going to make Sri Ram as his son in law. But a doctor reveals publicly that Sri Ram is already married. What happens from then forms the rest of the plot!


Srikanth looked young like in any other film. It is good that he is maintaining his physique very well for years together. But it would be good if he chooses some sensible films too.

Charmy spilled her glamour in red saris and Gowri Munjal also did something similar in a song. Kota, Bharani, Raghunatha Reddy, Chalapathi Rao, Uttej and others have performed their parts. The only relief in the movie is bits and pieces comedy by Krishna Bhagawan.

Brahmanandam, Venu Madhav, LB Sri Ram and Siva Reddy have acted in weak tracks where no quality laughs could be spilled.

There is nothing big to talk about technical departments for this output. Director needs to work on contemporary subjects at least from next ventures.


The rotten concoction of outdated story line, 1985 style narration, a very Good Samaritan hero, sympathetic scenes those explain hero's immaculate characterization, obsolete music, weak comedy and unconvincing plot forms 'Kousalya Supraja Rama'. If this movie is intended to enthuse female audiences, then that proves to be a wrong idea. Even female audiences have got immune to highly sensitive and sentimental scenes. Majority of Telugu audiences love to watch everything in lighter note these days irrespective of male or female.

Second half killed the tempo while the first half too has given a hint that it is going to pain at the end.

The movie happens to be a lost venture as the budget incurred also appears big due to foreign locations and notable casting.

There is nothing more to discuss about this film.

source: Greatandhra

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