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Subramanyam for Sale Review: Subramanyam Hit on Sale

Subramanyam for Sale Review: Subramanyam Hit on Sale

Cast: Sai Dharam Tej, Regina and Others
Directed by: Harish Shankar
Produced by: Dil Raju
Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations
Music by: Mickey J. Meyer
Release Date: 2015-09-24

Young hero Sai Dharam Tej who made an impressive debut with Pilla Nuvvu Leni Jeevitham is slowly making a stand of own with Mega brand helping this early innings. Harish Shankar who became an overnight star with Gabbar Singh suffered a disaster with Ramayya Vastavayya. Let us get into Subramanyam for Sale Review.

Subramanyam (Sai) is a youngster who comes to America to make money. He does everything for dollars. He comes across Seetha (Regina) a girl who is cheated by her lover. Both of them become friends and she takes help of Subramanyam to act as husband and they land in Hyderabad. Rest of the story is about how they fall in love for real, dealt in a humorous way and convince everybody.

* Sai Dharam Tej’s body language, mannerisms, dance moves, dialogue renderings etc
* Regina is romantic, emotional, naughty.
* Brahmi did a lengthy role after a long time.
* Guvva Gorinka remixed by Raj-Koti canned on Grand Canyon is best.
* Rao Ramesh’s supporting character.


  • Routine Story, Weak Script.

Subramanyam For Sale is a film made for the people who look for entertainment and entertainment only. The script is thoughtless with lots of holes. Interesting characterization of hero helps the bad first half to an extent. Things get better as the story moves to India. There is lot of entertainment in the second half. The movie stands a best family entertainer with tender emotions, decent family values, loads of fun, plenty of casting, Mega elements. Commercially it is sure to rock on Box Office front till the arrival of next Mega films. You can watch it once for its entertainment.

CinemaBabu Rating: 3/5

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