Satyabhama – Appeals to Kajal fans

  																				 Satyabhama – Appeals to Kajal fans

Release Date : June 07, 2024 Rating : 2.75/5

Starring : Kajal Aggarwal, Naveen Chandra, Prakash Raj, Nagineedu, Harsha Vardhan, Ravi Varma and others

Director: Suman Chikkala

Producers: Bobby Tikka, Srinivas Rao Takkalapelly

Music Director: Sricharan Pakala

Cinematographers: Vishnu Besi

Editor: Kodati Pavan Kalyan

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Kajal Aggarwal’s new movie Satyabhama is now out in theatres. The star heroine plays a powerful cop in this flick, directed by Suman Chikkala. Let’s see how the film is


Satyabhama (Kajal Aggarwal) is a sincere cop who prioritizes duty over everything. She even comes late to her marriage, and that’s how much she loves her job. A woman named Haseena faces domestic violence, and she approaches Satyabhama for help. Satyabhama fails to save Haseena from her toxic husband, Yedhu. Satyabhama decides to catch hold of Yedhu. How she does that and how Haseena’s brother Iqbal is connected to this narrative form the crux of the story.

Plus Points:

It’s very good to see Kajal Aggarwal in a role she hasn’t done until now. She packs a punch as a powerful cop fighting with goons and doing all the high-octane risky stunts we generally see in a star hero’s film. Kajal’s hard work for Satyabhama’s role is very much visible, and she doesn’t disappoint a bit.

The first half of the movie is watchable and has some neat and gripping moments. There are not one but multiple elevation and slow-motion shots for Kajal Aggarwal, and her fans are sure to go gaga for these portions. Kajal’s styling and looks are nicely designed. The performances of the supporting cast are good, and in fact, the story is told from their side.

The message this Kajal Aggarwal starrer tries to offer to youth is good. Though the execution isn’t great, it is clear that Satyabhama is made with good intentions and this actually saves the film to an extent.

Minus Points:

Satyabhama is overstuffed with many things, and at times, the action thriller will make us scratch our heads. It deals with topics like virtual reality games, domestic violence, child trafficking, and terrorism, but the screenplay isn’t cohesive, failing to bind all the important things the movie talks about. For a normal viewer, these elements may go way over the head. Naveen Chandra and Prakash Raj didn’t get prominent roles. Naveen Chandra’s equation with Kajal isn’t showcased in detail.

Most of the second half looks disjointed, and at one point, it becomes difficult to understand the movie’s purpose and where it is heading. The narrative lacks an effective structure and flow. As the film progresses, we come across many new characters, but the below-par execution makes it hard to comprehend the proceedings. Without a doubt, Satyabhama is an ambitious attempt, but it is not powerful though.

The movie tries to be everything, but it falls way short of providing a good experience. As the saying goes, too many cooks spoil the broth, including multiple elements dilute the main plot. The execution makes things even more confusing. There are a couple of good moments in the second half, but they are few and far between. More care should have been taken regarding the second half.

Technical Aspects:

Sri Charan Pakala’s background score is solid. Had he received enough support from the writing team, the impact could have indeed gone to the next level. Vishnu Besi’s cinematography is neat, and the production values are satisfactory. The editing is fast-paced throughout, but it also becomes the key reason for confusion.

Debut director Suman Chikkala did just an okay job. The fault is with the screenplay, which is convoluted. The team should have put in more effort to make things easily understandable without complications. More breathing space should have been given to take note of the various subplots and elements involved.


On the whole, Satyabhama is an action thriller that presents Kajal Aggarwal in a new avatar, but the film’s screenplay isn’t entirely gripping. Kajal did a very good job, and the film is made with good intentions by discussing various societal issues. The first half has some neat moments, and the action scenes look stylish. However, the narration creates unwanted confusion in the second half. A proper screenplay would have made matters quite simple for the audience. What otherwise could have been an interesting thriller is brought down by complicated narration. Hence, Satyabhama will appeal to Kajal fans, but for the rest, it will end up being a below-par watch. Rating: 2.75/5

Reviewed by 123telugu Team

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