Mahesh Babu’s Sarkaru Vaari Paata Movie Review & Ratings

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Sarkaru Vaari Paata Movie Review: Sarkaru Vaari Paata is one of Telugu cinema’s most anticipated films, and it has been in the works for two years. With such high expectations, the film was finally released today, May 12, 2022, and fans have gone insane in the theatres. Let us now see if Sarkaru Vaari Paata lives up to the hype.

Sarkaru Vaari Paata Movie Review


Mahi (Mahesh Babu) is a moneylender who values his money and will go to any length to ensure that it is returned to him. In the process, he meets Kalavathy (Keerthy Suresh), whose ambition is to study abroad for a master’s degree. She needs money to do so, so she approaches Mahi for a loan. In the process, Mahi falls in love, while Rajendranath falls in love (Samuthirakani)

Cast & Crew

Sarkaru Vaari Paata is a Tamil film directed by Parasuram Petla and produced by Mythri Movie Makers, GMB Entertainment Pvt Ltd, and 14 Reels Plus’ Naveen Yerneni, Y. Ravi Shankar, Ram Achanta, and Gopi Achanta. It stars Mahesh Babu, Keerthy Suresh, Samuthirakani, Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, and Ajay in the lead roles.

MovieNameSarkaru Vaari Paata
Cast LeadsMahesh Babu, Keerthy Suresh, Samuthirakani, Vennela Kishore, Subbaraju, Ajay, and others,
DirectorParasuram Petla
ProducerNaveen Yerneni, Y. Ravi Shankar, Ram Achanta and Gopi Achanta
Written byParasuram Petla
Music Thaman S
DOPR Madhi

Movie Verdict

Mahesh Babu has made a number of experimental films in his career, including Khaleja and 1 Nenokkadine. Unfortunately, none of the experimental films performed well at the box office, and as a result, Mahesh Babu was placed in a safe zone. Srimanthudu, Bharath Ane Nenu, Maharshi, and Sarileru Neekevvaru are just a few of his box office successes. However, all Mahesh Babu fans and moviegoers miss the old Mahesh Babu, but we can definitely see a bit of the old Mahesh Babu in Sarkaru Vaari Paata.
Sarkaru Vaari Paata includes all commercial elements that will appeal to a wide audience. The film, on the other hand, begins with a perfect heroic introduction from director Parasuram Petla, who cleverly introduced the Hero’s world with the song “Penny.” Beautiful songs, Mahesh Babu’s performance, and the Mahesh Babu and Keerthy Suresh track got the first half off to a good start. However, there is no story in the first half, but the conflict between Mahesh Babu and Samuthirakani begins in the second half, which works out quite well.
When it comes to performances, Sarkaru Vaari Paata is unquestionably a one-man show, and Mahesh Babu as Mahi has just nailed it, as we all know what an intense actor he is. There are many scenes in the film where Mahesh Babu’s brilliant performance can be seen, and another highlight of the film is his comedy timing, which can be considered one of Mahesh Babu’s best performances. Last but not least, Keerthy Suresh as Kalvathi simply killed it, her way of doing comedy scenes is just brilliant; you’ll see why Keerthy was cast in this film after watching it; and finally, Samuthirakani as Rajendranath was brilliant as usual; we can’t say much about his actions because he emotes a lot of emotions through his eyes; however, the dubbing could have been better, and the rest of the cast did well
As we can see in the film, director Parasuram Petla did an excellent job; it is one of the most well-written scripts in Parasuram’s career, and he seamlessly blends all of the commercial elements. Sarkaru Vaari Paata is entirely fictitious, and the best part is the setting: finance, money, and con artists have all come together to create a new world.
R Madhi’s cinematography is good, but the over-saturated colors he used could have been much better. The film’s biggest highlight is the background score by Sarkaru Vaari Paat; Thaman never disappoints with his background score, as there are many scenes in this film where he took the background score to the next level, and the rest of the technical department did well.
Finally, Mahesh Babu’s one-man show, Sarkaru Vaari Paata, is unquestionably worth seeing in theatres.

Movie Rating: 4/ 5

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