PRINCE- Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam  Film review

Starring: Sivakarthikeyan, Maria Ryaboshapka, Satyaraj, Premgi Amaren

Kollywood actor Sivakarthikeyan’s Prince has been creating a good buzz for many days. The bilingual film finally hit the screens today. Let’s check how the movie is.

Anand (Sivakarthikeyan), a school teacher, falls in love with his colleague Jessica (Maria Ryaboshapka), a British girl at first sight. But, his father Vishwanath (Sathyaraj) opposes their love because of a strong reason and the villagers decide to ostracise Anand from the village. Why Vishwanath didn’t accept his son’s love? Why the entire village wanted Anand to leave the place? What happened next? This forms the story.

This is the immediate film of Sivakarthikeyan after scoring two back-to-back hits – Doctor and Don. Known for his comedy, Sivakarthikeyan suits the character very well and as expected he impresses audiences with his finest performance throughout the film.

Ukraine beauty Maria Ryaboshapka looks beautiful and she justifies her character. Though the beauty has nothing much to perform, she gives her best. Sathyaraj as Vishwanath steals the entire show. His comedy timing and innocence worked out very well and he is a big relief. The remaining actors like Premgi and

In general, people have huge expectations for the next film of a director who scores a massive hit like Jathi Ratnalu. Director Anudeep KV believes in the same old formula – comedy. 

He tried to repeat the magic in Prince but somehow he failed to recreate it.

Overall Rating: 3.5/5