'Geetha Govindam' - Movie Review

Release Date :15 Aug 2018

Genres :Romantic Comedy

Music :Gopi Sunder

Writer :Parasuram

Director :Parasuram

Producer :Allu Aravind, Bunny Vas

Rock star Vijay Devarakonda has come up with yet another romantic flick 'Geetha Govindam' after his block buster 'Arjun Reddy', along with the Kannada beauty Rashmika Mandanna who shot to fame with her debut movie 'Chalo'. Director Parasuram who earlier helmed family films like 'Solo' and 'Srirasthu Subhamasthu' directed this movie under the GA2 banner in the production of Bunny Vasu. The movie is an out and out romantic entertainer teamed up with wonderful music by Gopi Sunder. Let us know what the story is all about.


Govind(Vijay Devarakonda) is an assistant professor in an Engineering college. He happens to see Geetha(Rashmika) in a temple and falls for her in the first sight. Now, as we usually expect, he doesn't go behind her to win her love. Meanwhile, Govind's sister's marriage gets fixed. One day when Vijay gets into a bus, he coincidentally happens to meet Geetha, who occupies his next seat. When they get into a conversation and Geetha starts getting to know him, suddenly an incident takes place which makes Geetha to believe that Govind is a damn flirt. She develops hatred towards him so much that she wants to get him beaten up by her brother. Soon after they come to know that Govind's sister's would be husband is none other than Geetha's brother. How Govind handles this situation and convinces Geetha to accept his love forms the rest of the story. The story has intense comedy packed it in which flows through the plot in the form of characters played by Rahul Ramakrishna and Vennela Kishore. Even the lead pair is no less in their comedy timing and had managed to attract the audience with their performances.

Plus Points:

  • Vijay Devarakonda's acting and comedy timing
  • Vennela Kishore and Rahul Ramakrishna's superb comedy track
  • Inkem Inkem Kavale Song
  • Situational comedy scenes

Minus Points:

  • Routine Story
  • Slow second half
  • Conflict point could have been better

Technical Aspects:

  1. Excellent background score
  2. Manikandan's cinematography


With all the aspects which attract youth, this movie is a perfect weekend entertainer. To have a good laugh for few hours just grab the tickets immediately.