Sarrainodu Telugu Movie Review | Allu Arjun, Rakul Preet | Boyapati Srinu


Allu Arjun Sarrainodu Telugu Movie Review

25CineFrames Rating: 3/5

Release Date : Apr 22,2016
Starring : Allu Arjun,Rakul Preet,Catherine Tresa
Director : Boyapati Srinu
Producers : Allu Aravind
Music Director   :   S.S.Thaman

The wait is finally over as Allu Arjun’s mass entertainer, Sarrainodu has released all over with massive fan fare. Directed by Boyapati Sreenu, let’s see how this film turns out to be.

Analyzation of Movie in Various Aspects:

Type Of Movie (Genre) :


Story :

Gana(Allu Arjun) is an ex-military officer who comes back home to do good for the society. One fine day, he helps an entire village and also saves Maha Lakshmi(Rakul Preet) without knowing that she is under a threat from the very powerful Dhanush( AadiPinisetty).
An upset Vairam Dhanush, sets for Gana who is busy with his own life and is about to get married to Hansita Reddy(Catherine Tresa). Rest of the story is as to how Gana faces Vairam Dhanush and saves his entire family.

Technical Aspects :

Thaman should be credited big time for his thumping music score. All the songs are a major bonus and his superb background score elevates the film big time. Dialogues are good and so was the art direction. Production values by Geetha Arts are superb as the film looks very rich in visuals.
Coming to the director Boyapati, he has done a superb job with the film. The way he has elevated both Bunny and Aadi looks quite refreshing. Even though he chooses a routine story line, the way he has targeted the mass audience and given them the necessary dose is superb. If he could have handled the last fifteen minutes of the film well, the end result could have been even better.

Plus Points :

Allu Arjun,
Rakul Preet,
Interval Bang,
Music & BGM,
Action scenes

Minus Points :

Routine Story

Final Words :

On the whole, Sarrainodu is indeed a Oora mass entertainer. The film has many elements which will enthrall the fans and mass general audience. Bunny’s stunning transformation, Aadi’s screen presence and amazing action sequences are huge assets. If you are OK with too much violence and manage to bear the last fifteen minutes, you can happily watch Sarrainodu, which will end up as a typical masala entertainer this summer.

Overall 25CineFrames Rating : 3.5/5