Sasana Sabha Telugu Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Sasana Sabha Telugu Review: Despite the presence of a few unexpected celebrities on stage, Sasana Sabha has generated considerable anticipation. Nata Kiriti Rajendra Prasad, of 7/G Brindavan Colony fame, and the tantalising trailer and advertising only heightened the anticipation. Sonia Agarwal, who became a media celebrity, brought star power to the film. Now that it has been out, let’s examine the reviews to see whether this political drama is worth your time.


Sasana Sabha Telugu Review


Narayana Swamy (Rajendra Prasad) is a selfless politician who campaigns against the corrupt Sonia Agarwal character in Sasana Sabha. Surya (Indrsena), the most dangerous criminal, poses a threat, therefore nothing is as it seems. Depending on the parallels between Indrasena, Sonia Agarwal, and Rajendra Prasad, the plot will proceed in the following manner.

Cast & Crew

The film was written and directed by Indrasena, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni, Sonia Agarwal, Hebah Patel, and Venu Mandikanti. Krishna Murali was in charge of camerawork, Ravi Basrur composed the score, while Thulasiram Sappani and Shanmugam Sappani acted as producers for Sapbro Productions.

Movie Name Sasana Sabha
Director Venu Mandikanti
Music Director Ravi Basrur
Producer Shanmugam Sappani
Genre Political Drama
Cast Indrasena, Dr.Rajendra Prasad, Aishwarya Raj Bhakuni, Sonia Agarwal, Hebah Patel
Cinematography Krishna Murali

Movie Verdict

Sasana Sabha is a political film, a genre to which we have become accustomed after having viewed numerous others over the years. The film begins well, delves into the plot, and gains momentum thanks to early appearances by Rajendra Prasad. The remainder of the film, however, is marked by a tedious love story and a first half that fails to hold our interest.

With the exception of a few political passages, the second half of the film suffers from the same flaw; the love story, comedy, and many commercial elements feel pasted on. Although the film’s interesting premise holds your attention, there is ultimately little tension. The outmoded plot makes it difficult to maintain viewer interest until the conclusion.

In terms of acting, rookie Indrasena (7/G Brindavan Colony) performs a passable job as Surya, maintaining a noble façade but utterly failing to convey any emotion. Sonia Agarwal is a talented actress, but she looks miscast as a self-absorbed politician. The performance of Rajendra Prasad as Narayana Swami is outstanding, and the rest of the cast is also terrific.

The film’s writer, K. Raghavendra Reddy, has constructed an antiquated story, and among the recent influx of content-based Telugu films, Venu Mandikanti has only partially succeeded in catching the audience’s attention.

Despite being shot on a restricted budget, Sasan Sabha appears technically sound. Even though the film’s plot was predictable, the magnificent photography by Krishna Murali made it appear larger than life, and the technical quality kept the audience captivated.

Overall, Sasana Sabha is a film that will appeal to a limited audience and can be appreciated in a single watching.

Plus Points:

  • Few Scenes
  • Cinematography
  • Rajendra Prasad

Minus Points:

  • Routine Story
  • Snail Paces Screenplay
  • Lackluster Performances
  • Predictable Narration

Rating: 2/5

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