Allu Arjun’s Sarainodu (Sarrainodu) movie review/Rating
Stylish star Allu Arjun’s Sarainodu movie review has created much expectations among fans.Being a one of the top grosser of tollywood, there would be good and positive guessing will be there for Allu Arjun Sarrainodu movie review and rating. Sarrainodu movie review and rating has got positive buzz at premier show/benefit show. Allu Arjun’s (Bunny) Kerala fans are waiting for its Malyalam version Yodhaavu movie review rating. Boyapati Srinu directed this movie and Rakul Preeth Singh, Catherine Tresa are main female leads. Aadi, Srikanth, Naresh also there.
Allu Arjun’s Sarainodu (Sarrainodu)movie Review:
Sarainodu (Sarrainodu)movie is a ‘Political’ genre and it is blended with Action. Catherine Tresa’s (Divya) character is the daughter of the CM of the state. The young Army Officer role played by Allu Arjun, is a security officer. Catherinee is elected as the MLA after the death of her father, who died in an accident. Allu Arjun becomes her saviour,when she receives death threats. How he protects her from the evil forces forms the crux of its story. Rakul Preet Singh plays the first heroine and the leaked story does not hint at her role. The secrecy of her role has generated more curiosity about the movie. Recently Rakul Preet Singh revealed her role in Sarainodu. She is playing a village belle in it. She also added “It was very hard and I had to work extra time to get my steps tight”
Actor Srikanth plays a crucial role named Ratthuri Raja in “Sarainodu,” and Aadhi will be seen as Prathik playing a negative role for the first time in Telugu Movie. While actress Anjali will be seen sizzling in an item number “Blockbuster”. Since in recent no hero came up with a full mass entertainer, this helps Allu Arjun to increase his fan following even more in mass audience. We have seen Balakrishna and Boyapati last movie Legend that has powerful mass scenes. No young hero has attempted such a power packed mass masala in the last five years. Allu Arjun fans are eagerly waiting for the combination. Finally it would be like Mass in Class entertainer and feast for Megafans.
Artist Performance :
The director Boyapati Srinu has showcased Stylish star Allu Arjun in a never seen avatar. Allu Arjun mesmerized the audience with his action, dialogue delivery and dance moves.
Aadhi Pinisetty, who worked as a Hero till date has given wonderful performance in the antagonist role in the film. He showed good villainism in a very stylish look by talking less in the film. The Heroines – Rakul Preet Singh and Catherine Tresa attracted the audience both glamour wise as well as through their acting. Anjali’s Special Song “Blockbuster” alongside Allu Arjun is one of the highlight in the film. Srikanth, Suman, Jayaprakash, Saikumar and Devadarsini have done justice to their roles.
Technical Aspects :
The name Boyapati Srinu itself indicates mass oriented films. He knows how to showcase a Hero in a mass angle. Even this time, he has come with a mass story. However, there is no novelty in the story. He just dragged the film based on a small logical aspect.
The main highlight of the film is the music composed by Music Director Thaman. Especially his background score is excellent. Fight masters Ram and Lakshman thrilled the audience with their new fighting techniques. The Production valves of Geetha Arts banner are very grand.
Sarainodu Cast :
- Allu Arjun,
- Rakul Preet Singh
- Catherine Tresa
- Aadhi Pinisetti
- Sai Kumar
Director: Boyapati Seenu
Producer: Allu Aravind
Production House: Geetha Arts,
Music: S.S Thaman
Cinematography: Rishi Punjabi
Editing: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Art Direction: Rajeevan
Screenplay: Boyapati Seenu
Story/Writer: Boyapati Seenu
Runtime: 2 hrs 39 min
Genre: Action, Drama, Romance
A lot of buildup is given to the villain right from the first scene. We settle in expecting a tug of war between the villain and the hero. However hero is too powerful that any number of rowdies can’t even pull out a button from his shirt. At least the director should have given the villain an upper hand for some time.
But nothing can stop the hero from whatever he does and wherever he wants to go. Even the villain looks like a mere puppet after a while. There is little depth in Boyapati’s story that it struggles hard to keep going. Boyapati Srinu has included many fight scenes to keep the audiences interested.
All the stunts are choreographed in the same way. There is no variety and it gets hideous after some time. We expect a powerful climax because of the powerful villain, but all we are served is a run of the mill stuff that ends horribly predictable. There are few bright points about the film, but we cannot let this one pass off as a passable fare as there are so many more dark moments. Allu Arjun’s spotless performance is the main highlight of this Boyapati’s bland and boring mass masala offering.