• FullyHyd Team
    FullyHyd Team
    Fully Hyderabad


    Garam is by no means an extraordinary movie or even a good enough one. You’d perhaps enjoy yourself if you didn’t pay too much attention. And that’s as much as this reviewer thought could be said about it. Who knew it could spawn an interesting discussion?

  • Venkat
    Great Andhra


    There are some twists in the second half, but by that time we disconnect with the happenings on screen. Added to it, the music and the chemistry between Aadi and Adah don’t excite.

    All in all, “Garam” is an outdated movie from Madan and Aadi.

  • Sai Kumar has spent lot of amount to showcase his son Aadi in a mass oriented role. But, it did not work out well. The film could not achieve the aspired success, due to lack of story and disappointing screenplay.

  • Garam heats brain giving headache to everyone…

  • Kumar Siva
    Kumar Siva
    Ap Herald


    “Garam” is an infuriatingly botched up film that tries hard to be an entertainer. And the saddest part of it is that it seems forgetful of the stratagems and implausibility’s that lie the strewn all around.

  • ILuvCinema Team
    ILuvCinema Team


    Overall, this is another disappointment film after Rough for Aadi. The strong story and good direction could have done better for Aadi which has not happened in this movie.

  • Sundar has managed to pack a punch with the narrative style of the movie and the climax tugs at your heart. Besides, he has also diversified from his style of movie making to take up a serious subject of friendship and betrayal. On the whole, but for a few glitches here and there, Nagaram is not bad a watch.

    Verdict: This city is gritty!