Prema Baraha Movie Review Full Movie Rating Online | Arjun Sarja| Aishwarya Arjun|

Movie Name: Prema Baraha

Certificate: [ U/A ], Kannada

Duration: Not Updated

Cast: Chandan Kumar, Aishwarya Arjun, Sadhu Kokila, Rangayana Raghu and Suhasini

Music: Jassie Gift

Director: Arjun Sarja

Producer: Arjun Sarja

Release Date: 9-2-2018

Movie Review & Ratings:

Prema Baraha Review

Prema Baraha Rating - 2.5/5

Cast and Crew

Prema Baraha starrs Chandan Kumar and Aishwarya Arjun in lead roles along with Suhasini, K. Viswanath, Prakash Raj and Black Pandi.

Prema Baraha is written and directed by Arjun Sarja under Sree Raam Films International banner. HC Venugopal is the cinematographer while Jassie Gift composed music for the film.


Sanjay and Madhu are journalists who works for two different channels and they have a rivalry between them. But how they falls in love when they were pushed to cover the Kargil war forms the crux of the story.

Prema Baraha Review

Arjun Sarja film will keep your expectations for a patriotic film as his previous works, but this time he added something more for his daughter Aishwarya Arjun who played Madhu a journalist who is dedicated and will do anything for her channel and she performed far better than her first film and will surely become the new dream girl. Chandan played Sanjay a young and hyperactive journalist balancing both action and romantic genres in the film. K vishwanath has appeared after a long time in a supporting role along with Suhasini. Arjun, Dhruv Sarja and Darshan's will appear in a special song.

Arjun Sarja's directorial never goes out of patriotic touch which happened for Prema Baraha too but he included a cute love drama which is quite convincing, The screen play in the first half is good but a bit slowed down in second half. The action scenes, war sequences too picturised well by Venugopal. Jassie Gift's audio is a super hit before the movie release.


  • Story and Direction
  • Love track
  • Music


  • Screenplay in second half

Prema Baraha Verdict

There's Comedy, love, War and Drama in Prem Baraha.

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