Sasana Sabha Telugu Movie Review: The Sasana Sabha has generated quite a racket, even without the appearance of any A-listers. The addition of Nata Kiriti Rajendra Prasad, best known for his performance in 7/G Brindavan Colony, boosted interest, as did the trailer and promotional materials. Sonia Agarwal, who went on to become a media sensation, gave star power to the film. Now that it’s available, let’s take a look at the reviews to see whether or not you should check it out.
Rajendra Prasad’s Narayana Swamy is a selfless politician who campaigns against Sonia Agarwal’s dishonesty in Sasana Sabha. Surya (Indrsena) is the most dangerous criminal, therefore don’t assume anything. The plot will unfold in this way because of the parallels between Indrasena, Sonia Agarwal, and Rajendra Prasad.
Cast & Crew
This film was written and directed by Indrasena, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni, Sonia Agarwal, Hebah Patel, and Venu Mandikanti. Sapbro Productions’ camera work was supervised by Krishna Murali, the score was composed by Ravi Basrur, and the film’s producers, Thulasiram Sappani and Shanmugam Sappani, were responsible for the logistics behind the film.
|Movie Name||Sasana Sabha|
|Music Director||Ravi Basrur|
|Cast||Indrasena, Dr.Rajendra Prasad, Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni, Sonia Agarwal, Hebah Patel|
Sasana Sabha is a political film, the likes of which we’ve grown accustomed to over the years. When Rajendra Prasad first appears onscreen, the movie gets off to a strong start, immerses the audience in the tale, and quickly gains up momentum. However, the film’s first half and subsequent love tale are both dull.
The movie’s love story, comedy, and much of its commercial portions felt tacked on, with the exception of the few political scenes. In spite of an intriguing premise, the film ultimately fails to generate any suspense. Because the concept is so stale, it’s challenging to hold listeners’ attention throughout.
Indrasena (7/G Brindavan Colony) does a respectable job as Surya, maintaining a stately exterior while showing zero signs of emotion. Acting-wise, Sonia Agarwal holds her own, but she just doesn’t convince as a self-serving politician. Even the supporting cast is excellent, led by Rajendra Prasad’s portrayal of Narayana Swami.
Among the recent swell of content-based Telugu films, Venu Mandikanti only partially captured the attention of audiences due to the film’s dated premise, which was written by K. Raghavendra Reddy.
The technical aspects of Sasan Sabha are solid, despite the film’s low budget. The tale was fairly predictable, but the film’s technical quality and the stunning photography by Krishna Murali kept viewers engaged.
Sasana Sabha is a movie that has a very specific audience and should only be seen once.
- Few Scenes
- Rajendra Prasad
- Routine Story
- Snail Paces Screenplay
- Lackluster Performances
- Predictable Narration