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    Oopiri Review

    Oopiri Review

    Editor's Review

    3.5
    3.5

    The much hyped  “Oopiri” movie starring King Nagarjuna, Karthi and Tamannah and directed by Vamsi Paidpally has hit theaters today. This is the remake of French movie ‘The Intouchables’.’ Let’s see the story line.

    Story:Seenu (Karthi), a small-time crook, gets released from Jail on parole.His Mother (Jayasudha) throws him out of house because of his bad behaviour. To be get rid of the case filed against him and to get shelter, Seenu joins as a caretaker of Vikramaditya (Nagarjuna), a billionaire who is quadriplegic. To know what change does this bring in the lives of Seenu and Vikramaditya, One should watch the movie on silver screen.

    Plus Points:

    • Nagarjuna and Karthi’s performance
    • Heroine Tamannah Glamour
    • Cinematography
    • Storyline

    Minus Points:

    • Dragged Second half

    Analysis:

    Akkineni Nagarjuna in the role of quadriplegic has delivered his best. He maintained superb balance in comedy and sentimental scenes.  Actor Karthi, on the other hand, carries the whole film on his shoulders in the first half with his carefree attitude and humor.The acting efforts of the leading cast have to be lauded and it’s Nagarjuna and Karthi who remarkably deals with emotions and comedy. Milky beauty Tamannah added required glamour to the movie. The chemistry between Karthi and Tamannah is good. The cameo role of Sriya Saran, Anushka and Adivi Sesh impressed the audiences. Background music scored by Gopi Sunder elevates the scenes and suits the mood of the movie. Cinematography of PS.Vinod is magnificent. Dialogues of Abburi Ravi are meaningful and touching. Vamshi Paidpally was successful in utilizing Nagarjuna and Karthi to fullest to deliver their best.  Director was successful in retaining the soul of the original the original ‘The Intouchables”. Oopiri’ is a perfect blend of Humour & Emotions. Overall, ‘Oopiri’ is one of the finest films ever made in Telugu Cinema.

    Rating:3.5/5