Sarrainodu Review: “Oora Mess”


Movie: Sarrainodu

Release Date : February 12, 2016

Cast : Allu Arjun, Catherine Tresa, Rakul Preet Singh, Aadhi, Srikanth, Naresh, Jayaprakash, Pradeep Rawat, Anjali etc.

Director : Boyapati Srinu

Producer : Allu Arvind

Music Director :  Thaman S

Cinematographor : Rishi Punjabi

Censor Certificate: U/A &

Runtime: 159 Minutes.



Gana (played by Allu Arjun) is an ex-military officer, who always gets into trouble as he can’t keep quiet when he sees wrong doers creating obstacle for people. His father Umapathi arranges pelli chuppulu with Jana (played by Rakul Preet), who is the daughter of Jayaprakash (played by Sai Kumar).

One day Gana comes across young MLA Anjani (played by Catherine Tresa). Gana soon gets in the way of Dhanush Vairam (played by Aadi), the son of chief minister, who is infamous for his illegal activities and power misuse. Situations demand Gana to fall in love with MLA Anjani.

Who is Jana and who Gana manages to get in the end between her and MLA and how he settles scores with Dhanush forms the rest of the story.

What is Good?

This is the first full length mass role for Bunny but he has pulled it off with aplomb. His mannerisms and effort was seen on screen. His dance moves and action sequences were killer.

Both Rakul Preet Singh and Catherine Theresa looked good on screen but they had minimum to do in the film. Rakul was very beautiful in songs.

Aadhi Pinistetty has given commendable performance. In few scenes, he has even overshadowed Bunny.

Supporting cast has done good job.

Interval block has been set up excellently.

All action scenes have been composed well and they are sure to give goosebumps to fans.

What could have been Good?

The story is similar to Boyapati’s previous films but this one missed his trademark ingredients.

Action and emotion part was canned convincingly but comedy and romance parts were underplayed.

Sloppy narration and illogical screenplay won’t let audience enjoy the movie.

Technical Work:

Director Boyapati Sreenu has once again shown his knack but only in parts. Action scenes and emotional parts were handled well but he failed utterly in comedy and romance parts.

Terrible screenplay made things worse.

Cinematography was the major asset for this movie.

Thaman’s music is good but background sound seems too loud at times.

More editing was needed.

Production values are top notch, the film looks lavish and rich.

Dialogues are ok.

Final Verdict:

“Oora Mess”

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