Oopiri movie review
Release date : March 25th, 2016
cineinterval.com Rating : 3.75/5
Director : Vamsi Paidipally
Producer : Param V Potluri
Music Director : Gopi Sunder
Starring : Nagarjuna Akkineni, Karthi, Tamannaah
After part of buildup and advancements, Nagarjuna and Karthi’s yearning venture, Oopiri has at last hit the screens . How about we see whether it satisfies its buildup or not.
Vikaram Aditya(Nagarjuna) is a deadened tycoon who needs an overseer to get flavor his other savvy exhausting life. He meets various competitors before unearthing a little time criminal Seenu(Karthi) and delegates him as his right hand.
Seenu’s indiscreet disposition and vivacity wins Vikaram’s heart no doubt and changes his life totally. Be that as it may, life can get really extreme as it prompts issues into Seenu’s life through his own issues. Rest of the story is with reference to how both these characters battle their issues and remain for each other in life.
Oopiri is unquestionably a much needed refresher in the midst of the normal and dreary business silver screen which Tollywood is utilized to. Executive Vamsi Paidipalli ought to be praised for adjusting the revamp and setting it up splendidly for Telugu nativity. The feelings, fun, effortlessness and overwhelming disposition of the characters will win your hearts for sure.
What would we be able to say in regards to Nagarjuna. In the wake of enlivening the crowd as Bangaru Raju, he takes a complete u-turn and wins the heart of the gathering of people totally. One can without much of a stretch say that aside from Nagarjuna, nobody in Tollywood could have pulled off this unsafe part. Bother’s demeanors, defenselessness and soberness in his execution will make you heartbroken.
Be that as it may, the scene stealer of the film is without a doubt Karthi. He makes a pounding presentation and astonishes you as Seenu. Be it his wittiness, the awful grin and adorable execution, he leaves with the cake. The manly relationship in the middle of Nag and Karthi is likewise one of the greatest highlights of the film. Vamsi Paidipalli has drawn out some awesome science from these on-screen characters which is the backbone of the film.
Not notwithstanding for a brief moment, you feel remorseful about Nag’s character and the path with which Vamsi has showcased Nagarjuna is quite recently brilliant. Tamannah looks ravishing and her affection track with Karthi brings out enormous snickers. Jayasudha and Prakash Raj do well in their supporting parts.
Second half of the film gets marginally dragged a bit. Certain scenes amid the Paris scene could have been trimmed down to draw in the gathering of people considerably more. There are sure dull minutes amid this time as the pace of the film plunges a bit.
Oopiri is without a doubt an exemplary character and the individuals who expect something business fun from the acclaimed star cast will be baffled. The front benchers thus called mass gathering of people may discover the procedures somewhat moderate.
PVP Cinema ought to be credited for sponsorship such a one of a kind venture. Their creation qualities are top class as the film looks rich and bright. Camera work is magnificent as the charming visuals raise the mind-set of the film well. Altering is great however as said before, there is an opportunity to slash off a few scenes to improve things. Dialogs, workmanship bearing and particularly Gopi Sundar’s music and foundation score are first class.
Going to the chief Vamsi Paidipalli, he has without a doubt thought outside the box of standard motion pictures in Tollywood and has portrayed an alternate film with adequate diversion. The way he brings out various feelings and executes Nagarjuna and Karthi’s parts is simply great. Oopiri is his best work till date and he as an executive, has re-created himself and made a vibe decent film which will clearly go through a world of fond memories as a way softening film up Tollywood.
The trailers showcased Oopiri as a festival of life and without a doubt, the film all in all confronts all its buildup and mania. Nagarjuna’s groundbreaking execution and Karthi’s enthusiasm make enchantment on screen and make things work no doubt. In spite of the fact that one feels that the film is significantly taken into account class group of onlookers, it has the ability to try and awe the front benchers in view of its all inclusive feelings. Rarely does one go over such a significant film in Telugu which holds your consideration with its wonderful portrayal. At long last, on the off chance that you overlook the moderate pace of the film amid the second half, Oopiri is one film which stands separated and can’t be missed.
Cineinterval rating 3.75/5
Reviewed by cineinterval.com