Winner Review

Sai Dharam Tej is the hero who came from Mega compound. He is increasing his stardom with his every movie. But Thikka became speed break for his career. Later Sai Dharam Tej joined hands with Gopichand Malineni and acted in 'Winner' which released today. Let's see did the movie reached audience expectations or not.


Coming to the story Siddharth (Sai Dharam Tej) is seen as creative head for a news paper. He lost his mother in his childhood and he also leaves his father due to some issues. He will fall in love with Sitara(Rakul Preet) in first sight but, she rejects his love because of her goal. Siddharth meets her father and says about her running race. His father don't like this and arrange marriage to her. To escape from the marriage she says that she is in love with Siddharth, he has better qualities that the one her father decided. Finally she throws a challenge to both of them to win in horse race. Did Siddharth join the horse race? Did he meet his father? Did he gained his love? To know all these you should watch the movie on screen.


Sai Dharam Tej Impressed with his acting. His hard work is seen clearly in horse riding scenes. Rakul Preet also good with her looks and performance. Jagapati Babu did excellent performance in father character. Villan Anoop Singh also impressed with in the character. Mukesh Rishi, Vennela Kishore, Bithiri Satti, Ali, 30 years industry Prudvi, etc all others did justice to their roles. 


Except few emotional scenes and the horse riding scenes all other scenes in the movie are routine. Along with this the songs are also not situational. Totally first half is boring with routine comedy. Chota K Naidu Cinematography is excellent. We can see every frame very rich. Thaman music is just about ok and so Re Recording. Editing is good but can do even better.

Plus points:

1) Sai Dharam Tej, Jagapati Babu 

2) Rakul Glamour

3) Horse riding scenes


1) Routine story

2) Music

3)Missing emotional drama

4) Unnecessary scenes

Finally: Disappointed flick from Sai Dharam Tej.

Punch line: Winner in testing patience of audience


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