Though Subramanyam For Sale evidently had its share of lose ends, it guarantees to entertain you with all the commercial measures and energetic performances. Oops! how can we miss out to say Sai Dharam Tej killed it in the much talked about 'Guvva Gorkinka' remix.
A rom-com and a family entertainer, this one is 'bhale bhale' Subramanyam for sure. Watch out for Dharam Tej's natural act, the lead pair, and dialogue.
Tollywood churns out big budget commercial entertainers once in every two weeks and half of them have the same story. But the ones those click are narrated with hilarious family entertainment and Subramanyam For Sale falls in the very same category. This film is a turning point in Sai Dharam Tej’s career and will put him into the big league. If you manage to ignore the routine and predictable story line, this film will entertain you from the word go and ends up as a complete paisa vasool entertainer.
First half of the film is alright. Second half has good entertainment. Climax is little dramatic. Director Harish Shankar’s entertainment elements and Dil Raju’s family values (though, there are a couple of double meaning dialogues in first half) are blended well in this movie. Plus points are Sai Dharam Tej’s energetic performance and Hari Shankar’s entertainment orientation coupled with a decent story line. It will be a feast for Chiranjeevi and Pawan Kalyan’s fans. On a whole, Subramanyam For Sale has potential.