Star Cast: Allu Arjun, Rakul Preet Singh, Catherine Tresa, Aadi Pinnisetty and others
Director: Boyapati Srinu
Producer: Allu Aravind
Music Director: Thaman
Gana (Allu Arjun) is an ex-military man, who has the habit of picking up at least two fights a day. He settles down all the disputes that come to Lawyer Sripathi (Srikanth). One day he falls in love at first sight for MLA (Catherine Tresa). He manages to draw her attention and for the marriage, she imposes a condition not to pick fights ever. But when Gana is about to make the promise, Mahalakshmi (Rakul Preet Singh) arrives for his help carrying a big problem from Khammam. What is that? How Gana solves it? What happens in his love life? are the rest to be watched on screen.
As always Bunny’s hard work personified in this film as well and carries the entire film on his shoulders. When we say he got in to the skin of the character, we actually mean it. His toned body and serious body language which never goes over board, is perfect fit for a mass hero. Aadi Pinnisetty brings lot of freshness as the villain and complimented Bunny’s heroism very well. Catherine Tresa gets a slightly bigger role than Rakul Preet Singh but still it is the latter who makes an impression. Brahmi’s comedy is disappointing yet again. Rajeev Kanakala, Annapurna, Jayaprakash, Srikanth, Brahmanandham, Prudhvi, Sai Kumar, Pradeep Rawat, Jayapraksh Reddy, Adarsh Balakrishna, Surekha Vani, Vidyu Raman and others are okay.
The major flaw in the film is the routine storyline and mediocre screenplay. There are some places we feel Boyapati mark but that is not just enough to make it. The interval bang works out big time. But the pace gets completely derailed in the midway of the second half. Last 30 minutes spells the death blow. Except for ‘This is a private party’, ‘Block BusterE’ songs, the others are very weak.
Thaman once again disappointed with his work. Songs are usually the major strength of Allu Arjun’s films but they are disappointing here. The back ground score is also not up to the mark. Cinematography by Rishi Punjabi is fine. Dialogues appeared over board at many places and thats understandable for a Boyapati film. Production Values are appropriate. Editing is disappointing.
1. Allu Arjun as Ghana
2. Aadi Pinisetty as Dhanush
3. Some action blocks
1. Routine Story
2. Lag in the Second Half
Sarrainodu is predictable and yet entertaining. Allu Arjun’s hard work is clearly visible on the big screen and the film is worth your time in this Summer.