Movie Review: Remo


Cast: Siva Karthikeyan, Keerthy Suresh, Saranya and others

Music by: Anirudh Ravichander

Cinematography: PC Sriram

Producer: RD Raja

Story, Screenplay & Direction: Bhagyaraj Kannan

Siva Karthikeyan, who started his career as a TV presenter is now slowly but steadily establishing himself on the silver screen. After a few cameo roles, he came up with ‘Mann Karate’ in lead role and with the recently released Remo(Tamil version) he achieved his first big success as a solo hero.


SK(Siva Karthikeyan), who is an aspiring actor with determination to achieve his goals despite few setbacks meets Kavya(Keerthy Suresh) and falls in love with her. On knowing that she is already engaged, SK gets depressed and while returning home in a Nurse getup after auditioning for a role, Kavya meets him accidentally. What SK has done to impress her forms the rest of the story.


Siva Karthikeyan has impressed with his boy next door image with good acting and variations in two different roles as SK and Remo. Keerthy Suresh has once again come up with a very good performance. Youth will fall in love with the way she emotes with her Eyes and Cute Expressions. Saranya is good in the role of hero’s mother.


Siva Karthikeyan & Keerthy Suresh



Production Values


Slow Narration



PC Sriram with all his experience brought life to this movie and his work will be felt in each frame. Anirudh’s Songs and BGM were an asset. Production Values are rich. Dubbing for the film is good and needed a special mention. Director Bhagyaraj Kannan played a safe game by choosing formulaic film with routine content.


Telugudaily Rating: 2.5 Stars (2.5 / 5)