Sundaram Master Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

by Aravind
Sundaram Master Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew
  • Rating:
    1.75 out of 5 (1.75/5)
  • Director:
    Kalyan Santhosh
  • Cast:
    Harsha Chemudu, Divya Sripada, Harshavardhan
  • Banner:
    RT Team Works, Goalden Media
  • Producer:
    Ravi Teja, Sudheer Kumar Kurra
  • Music:
    Sri Charan Pakala
  • Release Dt :
    Feb, 23 2024

Sundaram Master Story

The indigenous community residing in Miryalametta, known for their strict protocols of not permitting outsiders into their village, have made a request to the government for an English instructor. Upon learning about a significant treasure within the tribal village, the MLA, Harshavardhan, dispatches Sundaram Master to fulfill this request. However, did Sundaram Master's true purpose involve teaching English? What discoveries awaited him in the village? All these queries are answered by Sundaram Master himself.

Sundaram Master Analysis

Sundaram Master Movie Review, Rating, Story, Cast & Crew

Sundaram Master tells the tale of a teacher driven by greed, who is assigned to teach English in a tribal community. However, he soon finds himself becoming a student as the tribe imparts valuable life lessons. Unfortunately, despite having good grammar, Sundaram Master's intended message fails to resonate. The initial half of the film includes a few attempts at comedy, but they fall flat. The humorous moments centered around spelling and teaching quickly lose their charm. In the latter half, the comedy diminishes, giving way to preachy and philosophical elements. However, the attempts to enlighten Sundaram Master feel forced, lacking the necessary conviction. While there are a handful of noteworthy dialogues, the scene where the tribal people, living in the pre-independence era, connect with cricket seems exaggerated.

The portrayal of the small tribal village lacks believability. The villagers, who display stubbornness in some areas, easily surrender in others. Although the film initially emphasizes the importance of English-speaking, this aspect conveniently takes a backseat in favor of the overarching message. The purpose behind bringing Sundaram Master to the village remains unfulfilled, and the conclusion fails to provide a satisfactory resolution. Numerous instances occur in which episodes are prolonged and English-speaking characters are featured.

Several films, such as Gamyam and Vedam, demonstrate how an individual's transformation can occur as a result of their surroundings and the people they encounter. Sundaram Master also explores this concept, but the storytelling loses its uniqueness due to inadequate character development, lack of strong relationships between characters, and shallow scenes, among other factors. In conclusion, while Sundaram Master and the villagers may pass the English test, they fail to effectively convey the intended social message.


Harsha Chemudu has recently taken on various supporting and comedic roles, but this was his first attempt at a lead role. Despite his comedic talent, none of the comedy scenes were successful. Divya Sripada and the other actors, on the other hand, performed their respective roles well.

Sundaram Master's message has been reiterated multiple times, yet it failed to be effectively conveyed. The village setting, dialogues, and English comedy did not contribute to a cohesive conclusion. While the director's intention to emphasize a point is discernible, it gets lost in the overall narrative. The background music is satisfactory. There are a few visually appealing moments and a handful of noteworthy dialogues.

Sundaram Master Final Word

Sundaram Master is boring and dragged to the core. Except for the performances, the film offers nothing.

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