Today, May 11th, ‘Sarkaru Vaari Paata,’ the next film by ‘Superstar Mahesh Babu,’ is set to premiere in theatres. The trailer was a treat for both fans and audiences. In the movie Sarkaru Vaari Paata, Mahesh Babu’s character is defined by the line, “You can steal my love, but you can’t steal my money.” Sarkaru Vaari Paata promises intelligent amusement. Here is the CinemaHDv2 Review:
In the film, Mahesh Babu is a private lender in the United States. Keerthy Suresh, a casino addict, lies about her past and takes a cash loan from Mahesh. Realizing he’d been fooled, Mahesh Babu rushes to India to recover the debt from her father Rajendranath (Samudrakhani). In India, Mahesh picks up another major issue and fights for the middle class people. What might fictionally happen when persons are made aware of behind-the-scenes politics involved in financial scandals?
The opening sequence of the film depicts Mahesh Babu’s character’s backstory. His middle-class parents kill themselves when he is 14, owing to mounting debt. 15 years later, Mahesh is the president of a financial firm that provides hand loans. Keerthy Suresh plays an obnoxious rich kid addicted to gambling who has no respect for authority or money.
She approaches Mahesh for a loan, claiming to be an over-the-top studious student who requires cash. Her con is quickly exposed, and despite the fact that spending hundreds of dollars on travel just to get money does not make sense, this is exactly what Mahesh does when he travels all the way to India in order to retrieve his funds from her father.
The first part of the film is entertaining enough with Mahesh Babu’s trademark comic timing. The second half of the movie has a very uninteresting narrative and promotes an extremely sermon-like message. In order to keep the movie moving, the director relies heavily on Mahesh Babu’s ability to keep things interesting.
The first half of the album is filled with superficial songs about love, as well as ‘Penny penny,’ ‘Kalavathy,’ and The beginning and middle of these two songs are good. However, the remainder of the song could have been better choreographed. With styling in the songs, this is his greatest to date.
The background score by Thaman is way below par. The cinematography by R.Madhie is excellent. There are some issues with the fights. The VFX work during the beach fight in the first half was subpar. With Mythri Movie Makers, 14 Reels Plus, and GMB working together to produce this film, the production values might have been improved.
- MaheshBabu’s One-man show has excellent comic timing.
- The first half is entertaining.
- Three fantastic songs make up the remainder of the soundtrack.
- The author has a bad narrative and flat key narration in the second half.
- Drama about the Indian banking system -> The story is ineffective, and there are numerous preachy scenes about the Indian financial system
A decent first half, followed by a rather flat second half. This film has good songs that rescue it from being a bad movie. Story and direction-wise, this film might have been much better. Overall, MaheshBabu may find this to be an enjoyable telugu film!
Movie rating: 2.5/5