Supreme Star Sai Dharam Tej is testing his luck with a family entertainer Prati Roju Pandaage. The film is directed by Maruthi and Rashi Khanna played the female lead. Satyaraj and Rao Ramesh played other crucial roles in this family entertainer. S Thaman composed the music and GA2 Pictures, UV Creations are the producers. Here is the complete review of Prati Roju Pandaage:
Prati Roju Pandaage is the story of an old man Raghuramayya (Satyaraj) who resides in his village near Rajamundry. All his children and their families reside abroad. One bad day, he comes to know that he is suffering from Lung cancer which is in the final stages. Raghuramayya informs his children about this that he would die in five weeks. One of his grandsons, Sai Tej (Sai Dharam Tej) flies to meet his grandfather. The rest of Prati Roju Pandaage is all about the noise Sai and his grandfather makes and how they unite the entire family. Watch Prati Roju Pandaage to know about the rest.
Satyaraj and Rao Ramesh
Boring and Predictable second half
Resemblance with several family dramas
Sai Dharam Tej should soon work on his looks before he fades away. He looks fat enough on screen though he shines with his six-pack abs in an action stunt. He could not do the dance moves with ease because of his weight issues. Rashi Khanna looks fit in the role and she performed with ease. The actress managed to entertain the audience well. Satyaraj is an asset for the film and he is one of the highlights of Prati Roju Pandaage. Rao Ramesh and his comic timing have been top-notch. All the other actors did their jobs well.
Prati Roju Pandaage has a lean plot that resembles films like Shatamanam Bhavathi. The screenplay and dialogues are completely predictable. Couple of songs are shot well and the background score looks decent. The cinematography work is an asset and the production values are good. The editing is crisp. Maruthi continues with the same old routine formula.
Prati Roju Pandaage has some moments of fun and emotions. But the predictable and boring narration makes the film a below average flick.