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Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava Movie Review

Release Date: October 11, 2018
Cast: Jr NTR, Pooja Hegde, Sunil, Eesha Rebba, Devayani
Director: Trivikram Srinivas
Music Director: SS Thaman
Production Company: S Radha Krishna
Rating: 3/5

The combination of NTR and Trivirkam is one of the most awaited ones in the recent time. The duo has teamed up for an action entertainer called Aravinda Sametha which has hit the screens today. Let’s see whether the film lives up to all its hype or not.


Narapareddy (Nagababu) and Basi Reddy (Jagapathi Babu) are two faction groups in Rayalaseema who take revenge on each other by killing members of other group people. Veera Raghava Reddy (NTR) is the son of Narapareddy who want to stop this violence with his grand mother and his rivalry starts with Basi reddy’ son (Naveen Chandra) to stop violence. How Veera Raghava do stop violence?


NTR Jr has done fantastic work in the role of Veera Raghava Reddy. This movie gives us a glimpse of his newer and unknown side. He is one of such few actors who never disappoint in performing in any given role. Pooja Hegde looks good and performs well. Eesha Rebba is nice. Sunil got a good character in his return as just an actor and used it well to perform. Jagapathi Babu is at his terrific best and carried his emotions well throughout the movie. Naveen Chandra is menacing in his role. Supriya Pathak is superb as grand mother and Nagababu is nice. Almost each and every actor did their best for their roles.

Plus Points:

Trivikram punch

Minus Points:

Routine script
Low on entertainment

Technical Aspects:

Thaman’s background score is pretty good and elevates NTR’s action image in a big way. Production values by Chinna Babu are just spectacular as every frame and the Rayalaseema set up looks extraordinary.

Special mention to the production design for the superb sets to depict the faction culture. Lyrics are meaningful and songs like Peniviti are rich in emotion. Camera work by P S Vinod is yet another added attraction and showcases the faction backdrop in a sensational light. Editing is below par as the film needs serious editing in many areas.


On the whole, Aravinda Sametha is an emotional roller coaster which has been narrated on a serious note. NTR gives a stand out performance and carries the film on his shoulders. Storywise, there is nothing new but Trivikram has made sure that the proceedings are content driven and do not side track with unnecessary commercial aspects. As it is a holiday season the film will do well and please the audience who look for a perfect Dussera treat.

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