Sivakarthikeyan ‘s Prince Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Prince Movie Review:The Telugu language adaptations of Doctor and College Don, two of Sivakarthikeyan’s prior films, performed exceptionally well at the box office. He collaborated with Anudeep on the film “Jaathiratnalu,” which was also a commercial success, after he had already established his filmmaking chops with those earlier films Sivekarthikeyan stars in and Anudeep directs the latest film “Prince.” Let’s take a deeper look at this film to determine whether or not Sivakarthikeya’s comedic timing complements the humorous scenes that Anudeep penned and whether or not the two of them succeeded in making moviegoers laugh out loud.


Prince Movie Review


There is a local school where Anand works as a teacher. He develops romantic feelings for Jessica, a young English woman who teaches English at the same school he does. He tries to win her over as they make the most consequential decision of their lives: whether or not to be married. Anand spends the rest of the novel trying to win the heart of the woman he loves.

Cast & Crew

Sivakarthikeyan, Maria Riaboshapka, Sathyaraj, Premgi Amaren, Anandraj, and others are among the film’s cast members. Filmmakers Anudeep KV and Suniel Narang collaborated to create this entertaining feature. Producers were D Suresh Babu and Puskur Ram Mohan Rao. Manoj Paramahamsa filmed the footage and Thaman S. composed the score.

Movie Name Prince
Director Anudeep KV
Music Director Thaman S
Producer Suniel Narang, D Suresh Babu, Puskur Ram Mohan Rao
Genre Romantic Comedy
Cast Sivakarthikeyan, Maria Riaboshapka, Sathyaraj, Premgi Amaren, Anandraj
Cinematography Manoj Paramahamsa

Movie Verdict

Try not to worry about it or have any expectations while watching Prince. Unfortunately, there isn’t a compelling conflict or story in this film to keep audiences engaged. However, most of the humorous moments aren’t enough to keep audiences in their seats, as by the conclusion of the film they will have grown tired of hearing the same one-liners over and over again.

The first half’s love scenes were sometimes well-written, well-done, and even amusing; yet, the conflict that these scenes spawned and the scenes that followed made zero sense. There aren’t too many humorous moments, and the finale doesn’t really stick with you.

As an actor, Sivakarthikeyan remains as hilarious as ever, and he does his best to keep the movie laughing throughout. This film has several odd moments, but Sivakarthikeya’s acting skills make up for them. The performance was satisfactory, and Maria Riaboshapka was stunning on screen. It’s entertaining to watch her move to the songs’ Indian chant-style choruses. Although Satyaraj possessed some abilities, there were moments when his claims sounded implausible. As for the acting, Premgi Amaren holds her own, while the rest of the cast does wonderful work with their roles.

It appears that Prince’s music is technically well-done. Thaman’s songs are all mediocre with the exception of “Jessica.” The score gets rather loud at several points. Prince doesn’t seem nice, and most of the frames have too much colour, even though Manoj Paramahamsa is one of India’s top cinematographers. This film could have had a different editor working on it. High standards of excellence throughout all aspects of the project.

The Anudeep KV-directed comedy Jathiratnalu was a box office success, but it was panned by critics and failed to gain traction on television. He gave it another go in an effort to get everyone laughing with the same jokes. How audiences respond to the film this time around is something we must wait to find out.

Some sections of Prince are humorous, but the story and other elements are lacking.

Plus Points:

  • Few Comedy Scenes
  • Sivakarthikeya

Minus Points:

  • Story
  • Making
  • Unnecessary comedy

Rating: 2.75/5

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