Guntur Karam Movie Review

Starring: Mahesh Babu, Sreeleela, Meenakshi Chowdary, Ramyakrishna, Prakash Raj, Vennela Kishore, and others

Director: Trivikram Srinivas

Producers: Haarika and Hassine Creations

Music: Thaman S

Superstar Mahesh Babu and director Trivikram, celebrated for their successful collaborations, join forces once again in the much-anticipated “Guntur Kaaram.” With a stellar cast, including Sree Leela and Meenakshi Chaudhary, and music by Thaman, this mass actioner raises high expectations.

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Supported by a robust emotional drama, Ramya Krishna and Prakash Raj play pivotal roles in this ambitious project produced by Haarika and Hassine Creations. As the film prepares for a record release, let’s delve into the review of “Guntur Kaaram.”

Guntur Kaaram Movie Review


The storyline orbits around Vasundhara (Ramya Krishna), a minister and the daughter of Vyra Venkata Swamy (Prakash Raj). Following her divorce from Satyam (Jayaram), she marries Rao Ramesh, deliberately keeping her elder son Ramana (Mahesh Babu) away from the family. Venkata Swamy and his associates attempt to coerce Ramana into relinquishing any claims to the family inheritance. The narrative unfolds as Ramana devises strategies to counter these tactics, delving into the potential for reconciliation between mother and son.


“Guntur Kaaram” commences as a family-centric narrative, deviating from the typical commercial fare associated with top heroes—a promising start. However, as the film progresses, the initial allure diminishes. The first half heavily leans on Mahesh’s characterization, delivering some entertainment. Regrettably, the second half falters, proving to be shallow and disappointing.


Mahesh Babu’s Energetic Portrayal
Decent First Half
Two Mass Songs
Sree Leela’s Engaging Dance Performances


Weak Story, Screenplay, and Direction
Poor Dialogues
Subpar Production Values
Limited Appeal in Songs


“Guntur Kaaram” falls into the realm of mediocrity. The film manages to salvage some appeal through Mahesh Babu’s dynamic portrayal, impactful dialogue delivery, and energetic dance sequences. However, the lackluster second half overshadows the positive moments from the initial segments.

Notably absent is Trivikram’s distinctive directorial style, and in terms of production value, the film stands as one of the least expensive among Mahesh Babu’s ventures. Overall, “Guntur Kaaram” may not meet the expectations set by the formidable duo of Mahesh Babu and Trivikram.