Sakka Podu Podu Raja

Sakka Podu Podu Raja

22 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 20 mins
4,059 votes
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Santa (played by Santhanam), helps the sister of a Chennai don (played by Sampath), elope with her lover to Bengaluru and thereby leave the don enraged and furious. Whilst in Bengaluru, he meets a girl and is immediately smitten by her, turns out she too is a sister of a gangster. How he wins her heart and how he tackles the various threats posed by her brother, forms the crux.
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A film that has everything going for the debut director with Santhanam as hero, STR debuting as music composer, a hit material from Telugu and pretty decent production values provided by VTV Ganesh. Will the end product satisfy the viewers remains to be seen. ...Read full review
The result is Sakka Podu Podu Raja (SPPR), which is a tedious watch. Santhanam does everything in the film that one would associate with a Rajinikanth, Vijay or Ajith formula film. From a dramatic introduction scene, to a heroine swooning over him, from songs in exotic locations, to fighting a dozen men Santhanam does it all in SPPR. ...Read full review
What do you expect from a film which boasts of a bunch of comedians in almost all its scenes? There`s Vivekh, Robo Shankar, VTV Ganesh, Mayilsamy, Lollu Sabha Swaminathan, Power Star Srinivasan, and last, but not the least, Santhanam, who is playing the lead role. Unfortunately, what was promoted as a comedy movie turns out as a mish-mash of things we have seen in numerous films in the past. ...Read full review
SPPR is all about the gameplay by Santa (Santhanam) to win the heart of his lover`s family, with the help of his sidekicks, who include VTV Ganesh, Vivek, Vaibhavi, Dr. Sethu, and others. Does he win his mission? Watch the film to know more. ...Read full review
This week belongs to the comedians whove painstakingly risen up the ladder to become lead actors and with Sakka Podu Podu Raja, Santhanam has attempted to don the garb of an action hero. ...Read full review
Santhanams latest attempt to position himself as a matinee idol pivots on an utterly original plot: the hero falls for a gangsters sister. Yazhini (Vaibhavi Shandilya) is a number. She is given the utterly original trait of arrogance; she likes to taunt men. She stops her car at a traffic light and blows a kiss at Santhanam. ...Read full review

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