Afreen receives a letter from Lieutenant Ram and searches for them with Balaji's help. She encounters Brigadier Vishnu Sharma, under whom Ram worked years previously. When Vishnu Sharma hears that Afreen is looking for Ram, he instructs his crew to bring him. This shows Ram and Sita's love story and current condition.
Movie stars Dulquer Salmaan, Mrunal Thakur, Rashmika Mandanna, Sumanth in main roles, while Tharun Bhascker, Bhumika Chawla, Vennela Kishore, Murali Sharma, Prakash Raj play other important roles.
Hanu Raghavapudi impressed everyone with his first outing "Andhala Raksashi". The way he deals the love stories is always pleasant to watch on screen. Sita Ramam has some beautiful love scenes and brilliant visuals that will surely remind us of few Maniratnam movies.
The first half of the movie starts interestingly and slowly develops the story that happened in the past and makes the audience involved with some beautiful songs and love scenes.
The second half looks a little over the top, with some uninteresting and unwanted inclusions that spoils the soul of the movie.
Emotions are the key for this romantic drama and the movie is successful in establishing the emotions in the right place that could connect with the audience.
Dulquer Salmaan as Ram is a treat to watch on screen. PS Vinod & Shreyaas Krishna did a brilliant job in capturing some beautiful locations and the art department should be appreciated for recreating the aura of 1960's. Music composed by Vishal Chandrasekhar is soulful.
Technically Sita Ramam looks stunning, Vyjayanthi Movies is known for it's grandeur in making. We can see that the producers have spent enough money to bring out the best output from the director and production values are high.
Finally, Sita Ramam is visually beautiful painting kind of a love story that will stay with the audience.