Oopiri, the Telugu adaptation of the French film,
The Intouchables, starring Nagarjuna, Karthi and
Tamannaah is out in theaters near to you. The French film still has
a place among the World best movies and it is Oopiri's
turn to prove its worth. Read the review to know
Precisely, the film is about Vikramaditya, a quadriplegic millionaire and Srinu, a Slumdog, who is happy-go-lucky of sorts and how they find the meaning of life after meeting each other.
Nagarjuna's performance is undoubtedly the highlight of the
movie. He proved his ability to emote some of the finest
emotions, just with his eyes. Though he acted as a quadriplegic
patient in the film, he appeared totally lively on-screen and most
importantly, you will only see Vikram and Srinu in the film, but
not Nagarjuna and Karthi.
Karthi's energy levels, comedy timing made the film a fun watch.
The bromance between the leading men is everything that makes
Oopiri deep. Tamannaah was aptly cast. Along with
her flawless beauty and effortless acting, her already registered
chemistry with Karthi came as a bonus. Grabriella, Prakash Raj,
Jayasudha and everybody else, performed skilfully. Anushka, Shriya
Saran and Adivi Sesh's cameos adds the thrill.
Technical Aspects & Analysis:
Music by Gopi Sunder deserves an applause. He fueled life into
the movie, with his soulful background score. Though songs were not
so catchy, they felt meaningful in the pace of the movie. Director
Vamsi Paidipally, stuck majorly loyal to the original version,
The Intouchables, and a couple of scenes he altered,
were finely done.
Except the remark that, the movie is a bit slow during the
second half, there are no major complaints about the film,
also keeping aside the commercial adjustments made. The beauty of
the film remain in the story and how the cast and crew contributed
in the right measures.
Production values and cinematography were top-notch. The first
half of the film is highly engaging, which actually has set the
mood right. Needless to say, Nagarjuna has another winner in
Oopiri, is for all of you, who are waiting to breathe a
fresh air in the Tollywood. Being genuine to its content and
genre, the movie is packaged to be largely
appealing to all kinds of the audience. Do catch up
Oopiri, if you want to have a heartful movie watching