Mega hero Sai Dharam Tej’s much awaited project Supreme has hit the theatres today. Raashi Khanna is playing the female lead in the movie. Pataas fame Anil Ravipudi has directed this action packed hilarious family entertainer. Sai Karthik scored the music for the film and Sirish produced this big budgeted entertainer.
Balu (Sai Dharam Tej) is a rebellious guy by nature and cannot stand anything wrong. He stands for justice and always serves the one who is in need. Balu runs a taxi for a living. One day he meets a young boy (Mikhail Gandhi) who doesn’t have anyone and needs shelter. Balu offers him stay and takes care of him with his father (Rajendra Prasad).
One day suddenly the boy is kidnapped and taken to Orissa. Balu cannot see this and decides to go to Orissa to get the boy back. After going there he discovers the entire racket is run by dangerous gangsters. Balu decides to teach them lesson and take back the boy. The rest of the story forms in how Balu succeeds in doing so.
Raashi Khanna experiments comedy and the actress has pulled it off brilliantly. Raashi as Bellam Sridevi is very entertaining. Supreme is a usual routine story with hero taking revenge on the villain kind of plot. The saving grace is the humor.
Anil Ravipudu manages to keep the screenplay entertaining and weave comedy in length. Vennela Kishore, Pruthvi and Prabhas Seenu manage to create laughs here and there.
We see another super hit Chiru’s song ‘Andam Hindolam’ getting remixed for Supreme. Sai Dharam Tej excels in performing for Chiru’s songs. We can see the Megastar reminiscences in him. The rest of the songs are pretty okay and the film’s camera work deserves a special mention. O
verall, Supreme is a usual entertainer with routing fight , song and comedy elements.