Review: Sita

Bellamkonda Sai and Kajal Aggarwal‘s Sita has hit the screens all over today. Let’s check how it is.


Sita(Kajal) a selfish and highly ambitious business women fix a five crore commercial deal with a local MLA Basava(Sonu Sood). In order to get the required amount, Sita uses an innocent guy Raghuram(Bellamkonda Srinivas). Will Sita succeed in the entire process? How will she use Raghuram to fulfill her personal needs? Finally, what will Raghuram do to save Sita from Basava? To know this, you have to watch the film in the theaters near you.


Director Teja tried to showcase the mindset of modern women through Sita character which has slight grey shades in it. Apart from that, the film has the same old family drama which offers nothing new to the audience. Looks like he focused more on writing Sita’s selfish and money minded character and left the narration part. If he would have narrated the proceedings in an interesting manner, the result would have to be even better.

Performance wise, Kajal Aggarwal did complete justice to the given title role with her graceful screen presence. She acted convincingly in the multi-shaded role and proved her mettle. In one way, Kajal completely carried the film on her shoulders.

Hero Bellamkonda Srinivas is decent in his innocent role and tried to give good performance in emotional scenes. His acting during the climax portion elevates the scenes. Sonu Sood as a baddie is convincing Yet another actress Monnara Chopra is glamorous on the screen and did her part nicely.

Bithiri Sathi evokes good laughs here and there with his funny role. One song in the first half is good both audio and video wise

Plus Points:

Kajal acting

Payal Rajput’s special song

Minus Points:

Lack of proper story

Dragged narration

Non-sync proceedings


All in all, Sita is a story of practical and self-oriented women, who do not have any human emotions. Kajal’s character reflects the mindset of a modern age girl. On the other hand, Srinivas is showcased in a positive nature character but director Teja struggled to mix both the characters and narrate the film in an engaging manner. Hence making it a below average watch for this weekend.


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