There are possibly a few masterpieces that come to mind right away when we think of the greatest love stories in history. The passionate and majestic nature of the traditional love tales makes us yearn for our own Prince or Princess Charming. Not because the story is set in the 1960s and 1980s, but because Sita Ramam is a timeless love story. For ages to come, the love story appears to be quite new and wonderful.
The Sita Ramam Telugu theatrical trailer depicts the pivotal moments in the epic love narrative. After receiving a letter from a girl named Sita, Lieutenant Ram, an orphan soldier, experiences a transformation in his life. When he meets her, they fall in love. He sends a letter to Sita that won’t get to her when he returns to his camp in Kashmir. Rashmika Mandanna and Tharun Bhascker are given the assignment of delivering the letter to Sita after twenty years. When they are unable to locate the timebound, they decide to look for Ram. It’s more challenging than locating Sita. Brigadier Vishnu Sharma, Ram’s boss, is undoubtedly the toughest obstacle (Sumanth).
The love story of Ram and Sita in the 1960s and the quest to find them in the 1980s are both so epic and authentic in every way. It will be a remarkable and timeless love story if you have the ideal cast of actors and craftsmen for a movie of this scope. Dulquer Salmaan and Mrunal Thakur enchanted audiences with their on-screen chemistry, which was truly amazing. Other positive qualities include Sumanth’s negative-shaded character and Rashmika Mandanna’s heroic one.
Hanu Raghavapudi has once more demonstrated his talent for writing lovely love stories. Particular praise should be given to PS Vinod’s cinematography, and Vishal Chandrashekhar’s re-recording work is amazing. Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao gets points for relating the tale of two distinct timelines in a way that is simple to understand. Thanks to Vyjayanthi Movies and Swapna Cinema’s elaborate production design, the visuals resemble a masterpiece painting.
On August 5th, Sita Ramam will be simultaneously released in Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam.