Sarrainodu Review :
From story perspective, Boyapati carefully and purposefully handpicked a regular commercial storyline with a disciplined, run-of-the-mill screenplay. For novelty loving audience, there is nothing to stimulate you. If lower order center common audiences are the ultimate target, Boyapati’s effort can be called as justified. Direction wise, he took extra concentration on portraying Bunny as action hero with excessive violence, over build up shots without missing the style of his hero. Nearly five to six trademark Boyapati episodes balancing emotion and action elements are sure to provide goose bumps. Apparently, Boyapati following 1980, 90s formula approach left a disappointing impact. Nevertheless, many such clichéd components are also received with warming response by crowds.
Rathnam’s dialogues are hitting and sensible at times. Yet, little more effort was needed. Camera cranked by Rishi Punjabi has put the film in bright and colorful light. Especially, Rishi captured the stunts incredibly. Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao’s editing was inconsistent and is an inaccurate, incomplete work. Lot more trimming is mandatory.
SS Thaman’s re-recording is breath taking while songs like Blockbuster, You Are My MLA registered quickly.
Ram Lakshman’s stunt composition was over-the-top and Bunny has really bent his back.
Finally, Geetha Arts have spent bomb of budget with excellent production values visible all over.
Onto performances, Allu Arjun reshaped his physical attributes to live in this sturdy hero characterization. He is focused more as a muscleman with romance, drama and emotional traits downsized. On to comic timing, Bunny continued his ‘Race Gurram’ touch in certain portions. To be more specific, Allu Arjun’s emotional graph with Babai Srikanth requires an obvious mention.
Catherine Tresa is little plump and spurious as MLA. Rakul Preet is liberal at skin show and looked glamorous. She was at ease while emoting in second half.
Aadhi is established as barbaric villain with big buildup shots. His body language, costume selection and mannerisms have elevated wickedness to desired level. He is surely a right choice for antagonist and it’s good to see our Telugu talent rightly recognized. Definitely, Aadhi will get more offers from now on and he is new villain in ground. This helped Bunny’s heroism to go balanced in hero-villain confrontation scenes.
Srikanth should be appreciated for supporting Allu Arjun in a plainly written character. Tamil artist Jaya Prakash was dignified and so were Sai Kumar, Chalapathi Rao.
Adarsh Balakrishna and Rajiv Kanakala have done a superb job. Brahmanandam, Surekha Vani episodes are funnily written. Jaya Prakash Reddy, Pradeep Rawat, Suman, Vidyullekha Raman, Annapurna and others showed their presence. Anjali’s blockbuster item song is shot well.
Sarainodu Movie Review And Rating :