Sarileru Neekevvaru Movie Review : Mahesh Babu & Vijayashanthi’s perform top.
Sarileru neekevvaru movie review: This film is worth watching Mahesh Babu and Vijayashanthi’s performances
Sarileru Neekevvaru’s story:
Ajay Krishna (Mahesh Babu) is an orphan and a soldier who serves in Kashmir. Professor Bharathi (Vijayashanthi) is a sincere professor and single mother of three children. A son died during his service. How Ajay gets into trouble is at the heart of the story.
Sarileru Neekevvaru movie review:
With Sarileru Neekevvaru, Anil Ravipudi brings back old Mahesh Babu. Mahesh babu played high-spirited characters. He fought, danced, saved the day, and delivered speeches that trickled away in morality. There’s enough drama, emotion, and most importantly, an impending danger in the film. Mahesh Babu saves the day to some extent. To fuel the sheer storyline, but Anil is so busy trying to put two inconsistent storylines together. He forgets about them. Director relies on you largely exposing the unbelief and states that the film doesn’t take itself too seriously. It might work for some.
Ajay Krishna (Mahesh Babu) is the real blue soldier in Kashmir. He turns off bombs without a protective suit and operates without a helmet on his head. You know that he likes to live on the edge and is the hero because he has nothing to lose. Professor Bharati (Vijayashanthi) is a patriotic woman. A single mother who lost her oldest child when he served in the army. She is ready to send her second son (Satya Dev) to work as well. In addition to an adopted daughter, she also has a biological daughter. She is not afraid to make tough decisions to ensure that the good guys come out victorious. Then there is Kurnool MLA Nagendra (Prakash Raj). MLA nagendra is the epitome of evil, because that’s what Prakash Raj does best.
In a story that has nothing to do with it, there are Samksruti (Rashmika Mandanna), her supportive mother (Sangeeta) and her tired father (Rao Ramesh). Her favorite pastime is to suggest marriage to someone she sees. She doesn’t like to marry the man her father chose for her. So it is only natural. When she sees Ajay, she clings to him like a leech and refuses to let go. But it’s all fun and games. it’s definitely shown in an easier way until a false rape scene is staged. Of course it plunged into the other half of the story with violence.
The good thing about Sarileru Neekevvaru is that it never takes itself too seriously. What is also good is that despite the paper-thin story? Anil does not turn in a direction that one would expect from the story. Ajay’s character is structured in different way. He seems to give a few punches. He gives a speech and make a joke or two to improve the mood (in that order). The character is completely reminiscent of his roles from the early 2000s and is a trope. This will work with fans. You find something completely implausible has happened on the screen. You will be reminded that this is a commercial entertainer.
The much-vaunted scenes on the train continue thanks to some jokes that don’t land. It also doesn’t work that Anil wants to hammer the message home instead of letting his audience think. The jokes are repeated, as are the scenes, the headlines and all the talk of soldiers. At the border and patriotism, the size of Alluri Seetharama Raju, so many times. You only wish there was a way to tell the director that You get it! You don’t have to tell us the jokes that Rao Ramesh’s family is crazy either, we know! Not to mention the climax that fluctuates between idealism and comedy. Phew! The less said, the better. Actor Krishna is sure to be in the film too, just not as you would imagine.
Mahesh babu and Vijaya shanthi deliver top performances
Mahesh Babu plays a man who serves the country, jokes and protects. It’s been a long time. For Mahesh babu it’s been Since some time to be like this. He had the chance to appear in a film like this, and he grabs the opportunity with both hands. He gives everything in his role. Rashmika Mandanna is here. She advertises, becomes hyperactive, dances, has a lanyard, everything for the male lead. Why she exists in this story is a mystery. Vijayashanthi gets a solid role and the way she is set up expects so much more from her character. But if even your role is reduced to uttering one-liners that praise the hero. There is only so much you can do. But she also does everything. Especially in an emotional scene, like Prakash Raj and Ajay in roles that they can play in their sleep.
DSP’s music for the film is fine. With Daang Daang opening the film with an unexpected note. He Is So Cute and Mind Block songs are super fun to watch. They are terribly embarrassed and break the flow of things. Sarileru Neekevvaru is probably the only number that fits into the narrative at the right time. However, his background note works and does the job without overwhelming the narrative. Rathnavelus cinematography also works, but is unfortunately overshadowed by below-average VFX recordings.
Sarileru Neekevvaru definitely has his moments. Anil Ravipudi’s bloated story, which tries too hard not to mention doing everything at once. Without a proper structure, it proves to be a major disadvantage. It’s worth taking care of Mahesh Babu and Vijayashanthi, especially if you miss seeing them in top shape.