Review: Oopiri Movie Review
Cast: Akkineni Nagarjuna, Tamanna, Karthi, Prakash Raj, Ali, Tanikella Bharani,Jayasudha, Gabriella, Anushka, Kalpana,Shriya, Praveen and Others.
Cinematography: PS Vinod
Music: Gopi Sundar
Discoursed: Abburi Ravi
Screenplay, Direction: Vamsi Paidipally
Makers: Param V Potluri
Release Date: 25th March 2016
A great deal of Telugu Films including couple of blockbusters are informal changes of Foreign Language Movies. Sadly, None of the Tollywood Producers neither authoritatively conveyed the rights nor offered credit to the Original. PVP started a decent convention with ‘Oopiri’. He purchased the privileges of the gigantically refreshing French film ‘The Intouchables’ to createa Telugu-Tamil bilingual. The quite anticipated “Oopiri” had hit the screens Today. What one can anticipate from this supposed groundbreaking film?
Seenu (Karthi), a little time criminal, gets discharged from Jail on parole. None of his relatives like him and his Mother (Jayasudha) repudiates him as a result of his terrible conduct. To have the capacity to dispose of the argument documented against him, Seenu needs to demonstrate his great lead and that is the point at which he joins as an overseer of Vikramaditya (Nagarjuna), an extremely rich person who is a quadriplegic. What change does this improvement acquire the lives of these people, who were posts separated, frames whatever remains of the story.
Caps off to Nagarjuna for going out on a limb of playing a quadriplegic inspite of organism a standard star. He can’t exploit something besides his eyes to express all through the motion picture. He struggled a bit at first however demonstrated his class from the minute he got into the skin of the character. Especially, He is astounding in the enthusiastic scenes in Second Half.
Karthi takes the show with his blameless looks and mass advance. He assumes the liability to produce diversion furthermore moved the gathering of people with his execution in passionate scenes.
Despite the fact that her part has less centrality as both Nag-Karthi take centrestage, Tamanna had influence to flawlessness. Jayasudha and the young lady who played Karthi’s Sister makes a fine showing with regards to. Prakash Raj assumed a honorable part and tickles the amusing bone in the mix scenes with Karthi. Anushka, Shriya, Gabriella and Adivi Sesh does visitor parts. Ali and Tanikella Bharani were okay.
Few hiccups in Second Half
“Oopiri” is Technically solid. After ‘Bhale Magadivoy’, Gopi Sundar once more demonstrates what he could convey if a right script comes his way with awesome foundation score. PS Vinod’s Camera Work is heavenly. The way he caught Nag’s Residence and Paris is acclaim commendable. Discoursed of Abburi Ravi are important and touching. Creation Values were rich. Nobody may have expected a vibe decent film like “Oopiri” from the Director who conveyed mass performers, for example, Munna, Brundavanam and Yevadu. The adjustment of ‘The Intouchables’ to suit the sensibilities of Telugu-Tamil group of onlookers is brilliantly done and holding the spirit of the Original is the key for achievement.
“Oopiri” is an immaculate mix of Humor and Emotions. While the abundant entertaining minutes will bring a grin on everybody’s countenances, passionate scenes at urgent points touch the hearts. This vibe great motion picture is about the brotherhood between a wheelchair-bound Billionaire who wasn’t content with his life and a hoodlum who trusts cash takes care of the considerable number of issues.
Nagarjuna is basically remarkable in “Oopiri” and this is a part which wins him more regard. Karthi, then again, conveys the entire film on his shoulders in the primary half with his lighthearted disposition and silliness. He could do that without the backing of humorists. Here, Painting arrangement stays as a noteworthy highlight and Karth-Prakash Raj scenes are humorous.
On the other side, Vamsi Paidipally lost the track in the Second Half. Especially, Nag’s dating with a Dancer and scenes of Anuskha who played his ex-fire weren’t viable. Karthi-Tamanna’s melody seemed superfluous. Indeed, even the thing number in First Half looked loner. These tunes have harmed the tone of the film to some degree. Post Paris scene, Everything falls set up and the last thirty minutes is the heart of ‘Oopiri’. Enthusiastic scenes in pre-peak and peak have been uncommon. Absence of an excess of drama at last is a much needed development.
In spite of the fact that it couldn’t coordinate the enthusiastic remainder in ‘The Intouchables’, “Oopiri” succeeds in holding the spirit and scores superior to the first as far as silliness. Youth, Families and Multiplex Audience interface big time with ‘Oopiri’. Its too soon to foresee how far Karthi’s portrayal will attract the masses to the theaters. By and large, “Oopiri” is one of the finest movies ever constructed in Telugu Cinema.