All a full-time bank employee and part-time kabaddi coach wants is to bring national relevance to the school his father built and help young kabaddi players in his village win the national championship. It might prove difficult than just coaching them though. Festivals are quite incomplete without mass masala entertainers and Seetimaarr definitely qualifies for that this Ganesh Chaturthi. The long-awaited film by Sampath Nandi finally release and luckily, it doesn’t end up being a bland watch.Seetimaarr 2021 Full Movie Download
Karthi (Gopichand) trains young girls in his village in Andhra Pradesh in kabaddi and Jwala Reddy (Tamannaah Bhatia) does the same in Telangana. The duo land up in Delhi to help them win the national championship but menacing villain Singh (Tarun Arora) has other plans and abducts the AP team. Karthi now has to stretch his muscles beyond just training and bring back his team before it’s too late.Every promotional material of Seetimaarr has thankfully made you prepared that it’s a pakka mass actioner with the sports part of it just being the backdrop. Sampath Nandi however uses the kabaddi part of it also in an entertaining manner. Right from the get go bodies fly on-screen and this doesn’t stop till the end. The introduction fight is bang on and the film takes its own sweet time to get to the actual plot. We have seen many sports dramas where patriarchy doesn’t let girls get their due and Seetimaarr too has scenes where the lead actor mansplains women empowerment with dramatic dialogues to a girl’s parents. Decades of sexism are tackled with such dialogues but it’s not surprising because you were prepared for this in a film that had a song called Pepsi Aunty. The interval episode works out well and makes one curious to see the other half of the film.The anticipated kabaddi bits get all the more dramatic with the kidnapping of a whole team. While Singh, a UP don controls his area as easy as he chews pan, it also gives our hero Karthi time to show his ‘South ka satta’ by destroying his entire empire by the end of the film. Sampath Nandi also chooses to insert picturesque and glamorous duets in midst of serious conflict which seems like an odd choice.