The Hanu Raghavapudi directorial releases in theatres on August 5
Last Updated: 07.43 AM, Jul 25, 2022
Hanu Raghavapudi is a storyteller second to none when it comes to romances in Telugu cinema and he hopes to pack a punch with his next release, Sita Ramam too. Starring Dulquer Salmaan, Mrunal Thakur, Rashmika Mandanna in key roles, the film hits theatres across Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam languages on August 5. The film’s trailer was launched today amidst the cast and crew in Hyderabad.
The trailer takes off with a letter written by Lieutenant Ram that was supposed to reach Sita Mahalakshmi many years ago. Afreen, the character played by Rashmika Mandanna, is assigned the task and she’s accompanied by Tharun Bhascker. In their quest to find Sita’s whereabouts, they dig deeper into Ram’s story back in 1965, the time he had spent at the Madras regiment.
The task naturally overwhelms them and they realise the many layers beneath the untold love story of Ram and Sita. The former is an orphan who constantly receives letters from Sita and they experience many challenges in their relationship. Major Selvan, Brigadier Vishnu Sharma and others are crucial links for the duo to accomplish their task of reaching out to Sita.
What did Rama and Sita go through? Is there a happy ending in store for the lovestruck pair? Is there a deeper purpose to Afreen’s pursuit? Sita Ramam’s trailer is visually stunning and poetic, while the mind blowing chemistry between Dulquer and Mrunal leaves us craving for more. Vishal Chandrasekhar’s music score, the cinematography by PS Vinod and Shreyaas Krishnan complement the film’s ambience.
Gautam Menon, Prakash Raj, Bhumika, Rukmini Vijaykumar essay important roles too.It looks like we have a classic, timeless romance in store on August 5. Sita Ramam team has worked well on the publicity, with its promo and song launches to date. Produced by Ashwini Dutt under Swapna Cinema and presented by Vyjayanthi Movies, the period romance is edited by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao. Amazon Prime Video has bagged the post-theatrical streaming rights.