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Saamida Movie Review
  Movie Review : Saamida
Rating : 1.5 / 5
Banner : Creative Talkies
Cast : Sembi, Dhanushya, Hamsa Devi, Hemanth, Cheenu, Rahasya and Others
Camera : Srinivasa Reddy
Music : Inderjith
Producer: S.Poorna Priya
Director: V.K. Vadivudaiyan
Released Date: December 12, 2008

A regular tale of violence, the story is set on the backdrop of the holy town Kasi and here lives a dreaded lady don Maaji (Hamsa Devi). She ends up taking into her asylum an orphan Sami (Sembi) and nurtures him to be a grown up man. Sami is a very self reliant and brave man and given the comfort he is given by Maaji, he reciprocates by protecting her group from all dangers and especially from her arch rival Puri Ravi (Hemanth). In no time, he manages to win the confidence of Maaji and she takes him to be his personal bodyguard. From then on, Sami works loyally to her but then he is always longing for the real love that his heart wants. His wishes are answered when he comes across Filomina (Dhanusya) and soon they become very intensely close. Due to this, Sami begins to fail on his tasks and duties and Maaji discovers about his love story. Luckily, the wedding for both is fixed but then Puri Ravi is in no mood for happy occasions. He decides to get Sami killed. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

The director has tried to come out with a hard hitting violent tale mixed with intense romance but then the narrative lacked the punch though the presentation was somewhat okay. The script was a bit rough and the screenplay showed touches of amateurism. The dialogues could have been better and even the editing was poor at many points. Music could not do much but the saving grace was the camera department that managed to capture the locales neatly. Sembi has worked hard to prove his mettle but then he still needs to work more, Dhanusya is also in the initial stages and she failed to deliver the intense expressions. Hamsa Devi was alright, Hemanth looked evil enough, the others did not have much say in the movie.

The film runs on a very predictable line and there are times when the gore becomes too much to bear. One can see the lines of Ramgopal Varma film but then it lacked the class and brilliance of those movies. While the first half revolves around the budding of the protagonist and his eventual romance, the second half becomes quite expected and it was only a matter of time before the audience was waiting for the end credits to fall. Commercially, the film has been seen in many forms before so nothing special to get the audience. This might be a tough one to stand in the market.

Bharatstudent Verdict: An average treat, nothing special about it

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