Cast : Mahesh Babu,Vijayashanthi,Rashmika,Rajendra Prasad,Prakash Raj,Sangeetha,Rao Ramesh.
Direction : Anil Ravipudi
Rating : ***
Reviewer : George Sylex
What's About - Mahesh Babu after his fruitful attempt 'Maharshi' and Anil Ravipudi after his pounding blockbuster “F2”, have joined with Sarileru Neekevvaru. The venture has effectively picked up force about the greatness because of its huge casting and the trailer. The comeback of Vijayashanti is abundantly discussed thing in this film.
Story - Bharati(Vijayashanti) is a teacher and she is very patriotic person. She needs everything correct. Bharati has two sons in the movie, and she will make them two to join the Indian armed force. While one of the sons died in a battle, different gets harmed. Mahesh Babu who is the major in the film goes to meet Vijayashanti to convey the report about her sons. In any case, Bharati is absent alongside her family. Where is Bharati, what befalls her is the real essence of the story? To know the full story, you ought to go watch the film.
Script Analysis - Sarileru Neekevvaru has the same old thing to offer with its story. It's like an espresso you drink each morning in various sorts of cups. First half beginnings off with building up Vijayasanthi's story, trailed by Mahesh Babu's entrance as Army major. Kashmir scenes are conveniently done and the children salvage scene turned out well. The long train scenes may test your patience. Fundamentally, Sarileru Neekevvaru have an equal base storyline like Maharshi with various Characterizations and purposes. Anil Ravipudi totally misses the gripping factor in second half and towards the climax, we wish at least he had a great thought.
Star Performances - Mahesh Babu's faultless execution is a one of main driving components behind the film. The actor has conveyed the movie on his shoulders, and the manner in which he has depicted his character is excessively acceptable. Rashmika Mandanna has dazzled with her presentation. Vijaya Shanthi is really a resource for this film. Yet, her character's activities need rationale and turns out less pleasant after a point of time in view of its redundancy. The actors like Ajay, Subbaraju Vennela Kishore likewise conveyed fair exhibitions in the film. Sangeetha and Hari Teja conveyed OK exhibitions. Bandla Ganesh's comic timing turned out truly well. Prakash Raj's performance is great, but it's not a fresh one for him. The character seems like a replica of his old performance.
Direction, Cinematography & Music - Anil Ravipudi gets profoundly aspiring, by endeavoring to make a film like Sarileru Neekevvaru. His concentrate directly from the beginning is by all accounts satisfying the masses, and so the higher level of commercial elements included that downplays the flimsy storyline. A few times the film helps to remember Okkadu and Athadu in parts. The significant clash point gets set up post-interim and that is between Prakash Raj and Mahesh Babu. The cinematography by Rathnavelu fills its need and is better than expected, particularly during Mahesh Babu's intro scene. Music by Devi Sri Prasad bolsters the film well Yet, the pasting of melodies is a worry.
Overall - Sarileru Neekevvaru is a mass entertainer without a solid storyline. It may do well in this Sankranthi season as a masala film. The film is for obstinate devotees of commercial masala movies and Mahesh Babu.