CAST & CREW
Supreme is the fourth venture of Sai Dharam Tej. His last venture was Subramanyam for Sale, which was a blockbuster. Let’s see what Supreme does for his career.
Jagruti is a trust that houses over 15,000 individuals.
Kabir Singh Duhan is hell bent on possessing the trust; he goes to the extent of providing fake details to the court. In this way, he tries to get hold of the trust.
Sai Kumar, who works in the trust, asks the court go through the case carefully. Besides, a boy
Mikhail Gandhi comes to rescue the inmates of the trust from the clutches of Kabir Singh.
The villain targets the boy, who bounces upon Sai Dharam Teja, who is a taxi driver. Rashi Khanna plays the police officer in the movie. How is the rapport between the boy and Sai Dharam is shown? How the boy protects Jagruthi trust with the timely assistance of Dharam Tej? Watch the movie to know.
Sai Dharam Tej is simply outstanding; he has evolved as a matured actor. Going forward, if he chooses his scripts carefully there are chances that he will be one of the most sought after actors. He has excelled in both emotional and humorous scenes. Besides, he shakes his legs with gusto. He has taken care to work on his dialogue delivery, and the result is a thumbs up. Rashi Khanna, looks stunning in the movie and is appealing in the comic scenes. Rajendra Prasad and Ravi Kishan do a convincing job. Mikhail Gandhi, the child artist, has understood the nuances of his role and has done a great job. The other actors do what is required of them.
Director Anil Ravipudi though doesn’t have enough experience in directing, has come out with a neat job. In fact, his screenplay adds life to the movie. He has also handled comedy in a convincing manner. He is well aware of the pulse of the audiences and has given a pucca commercial entertainer.
What’s not there?
Don’t miss it this weekend for its entertainment factor.
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