Sarainodu motion picture survey

Directed by     :   Boyapati Srinu  Produced by   :     Allu Aravind Screenplay by  :             Boyapati Srinu

Story by     :       Boyapati Srinu  Music by           :       Thaman Cinematography   :    Rishi Punjabi

Starring :             Allu Arjun        Rakul Preet Singh      Catherine Tresa     Srikanth

Production company    :Geetha Arts
Release dates 22 April 2016
Running time 160 minutes Country
India Language Telugu
Budget ₹50 million (US$740,000)

Executive Boyapati Srinu has succeeded in expanding the measurement of brutality with every excursion, making his motion pictures more business and similarly wince commendable than anybody could envision in their most out of this world fantasies. In Sarrainodu, when Allu Arjun makes a snazzy section, taking off a jeep, you may discover the gravity-opposing trick senseless, yet in all actuality no other chief could've given Allu Arjun a vastly improved presentation and there's no denying that the masses love it.

The film is entirely committed to bad-to-the-bone business silver screen significant others. It's for the individuals who never ask how Catherine Tresa, who plays a MLA, can look drop-dead flawless. It's for the individuals who never ask how their legend can battle a multitude of awful folks - not once, not twice, but rather such a large number of times - but then rise successful without a solitary scratch. It's for the individuals who never inquire as to why their saint as a rule plays a jobless wastrel. It's for the individuals who never inquire as to why a menacingly depicted reprobate winds up as a fool before the end of the film. On the off chance that you need answers to these inquiries, then Sarrainodu is certainly not the film you ought to be strolling into.

Sarrainodu is the sort of film where the saint adapts to present circumstances, regardless of the wafer slender plot, and claims the show with his astounding screen nearness. Allu Arjun, as the mass-engaging saint, is a treat to observe each and every time he flexes his muscles, verging on tearing his shirt sleeve.

His machismo is suitably supplemented by perfectly shot activity successions, shriek commendable discoursed and two driving women - Catherine Tresa and Rakul Preet Singh - however they have almost no to contribute regarding execution.

At the point when Arjun is not on the screen, the film's best minutes originate from Vidyullekha, who plays a Tamil little girl in-law to veteran performing artist Annapurna, and scenes between them are through and through silly, while supremacist on occasion. Aadi Pinisetty, a profoundly capable entertainer, doesn't exactly make the cut as the baddie. Surmise one needs to accuse his ineffectively composed character for not having the capacity to have an effect.

Thaman's melodies work from the film's point of view, particularly the chartbuster number Blockbuster including Anjali, yet his jostling foundation score is dreadfully boisterous to hold up under.

On the business meter, Boyapati and Allu Arjun run full weapons bursting with Sarrainodu, and I question if whatever other chief could've pulled this off. Maybe, the title, which generally means 'Right Guy', is adept for Boyapati, who wears his business label like an emblem. In any case, this abandons us with one inquiry which is, to what extent would he be able to support making this sort of movies?

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