Seema Raja Movie Review:



The film focused only on the entertain, the audience visualize punch-drunk comedy stuff. The film is based on the love story, as the upcoming hero needs to hold his fans, SK tried out few more sequels in the second half, the film move towards the 13th century.

The director puts down, the audience expectations, the script doesn’t balance till the climax, there was no such new concept in the story and it is just an intermixture of SK’s rural commercial movies and even some scenes are unbowed. The funniness not holding out the movie inclines to get on peeved.

Seema Raja is an adjunct historical hereditary man and he is a happy go guy throughout the film, only in the second half, SK performed as a king of Kadambavel Raja in that portion, his outlook and story telling decent.

Humour portions normal as both of them Soori and SK has done in the previous movies, it is really slipping down for the film, Simran exaggerated in a saboteur who lure with the married man, who has given voice for Simran is not fit for her, that her expression was too much, that shows she become old.

Overall, commercial-grade overseen in the movie, other than the team failed to attract the viewers.



Sivakarthikeyan – Seema Raja and Kadambavel Raja

Samantha Akkineni – Suthanthira Selvi

Napoleon – Ariya Raja

Simran – Kaaleeshwari

Soori – Adiasamy


Directed by – Ponram

Produced by – R. D. Raja

Music by – D. Imman

Cinematography – Balasubramaniem

Edited by – Vivek Harshan