Seetha...Ramuni Kosam Movie Review

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  • Runtime: 1 Hour 59 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 15-12-2017
  • Genre: Thriller, Family
2.5 / 5.0

Seetha...Ramuni Kosam is a horror thriller scripted and directed by Anil Gopi Reddy. The film has the star cast of Sharath Sreerangam, “Karunya,” Thagubothu Ramesh and Anil Gopireddy. The film is produced by Shilpa Sreerangam, Nandan and Sarita. Besides directing and acting, Anil Gopi Reddy composed the tunes and the background scores too. Jayapaul Reddy cranked the camera and Sai Thuluri edited the film.


Vikranth, a parapsychologist, buys a bungalow. While buying it, he was not aware of the paranormal activities that happen in the bungalow. When he gets in, he comes to know that his house is haunted and later he gets to know that there are two spirits residing there. It is Seetha and her daughter, who are roaming in Vikranth’s house. Who are they? Why are they here? Did Vikranth manage to send the ghosts out from his house? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Sharath plays the parapsychologist and he excels in the emotional scenes. Similarly, Karunya, who plays Seetha has done her role excellently. Anil, the director, who plays Seetha’s husband, has also given out a good performance.


The director has designed the flashback sequences well. The climax is also impressive. The last half an hour of the movie is extremely exciting and it is soulful too. However, the director hadn’t concentrated on the horror scenes, as those evil spirit depictions are not impressive. The production values are good and the execution is okayish. However, the storyline is not new to us.

What’s There?

  • Performance of the stars is impressive
  • Climax scenes are very interesting
  • Execution is good; songs and music are attractive

What’s Not There?

  • Storyline is old
  • An item song derails the story from the track


With the performance of the stars and the gripping climax sequences, the audiences will definitely like the film. Seetha...Ramuni Kosam … could be watched once!