Movie : Srimanthudu
Director: Koratala Siva
Producer: Y. Naveen,Y. Ravi Shankar,C. V. Mohan, Mahesh Babu
Starring :Mahesh Babu, Shruti Haasan
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Mahesh Babu(Harsha) is the son of multi-millionaire named as Jagapathi Babu(Ravikanth).
Harsha is very kind of he will share ideas with his father. One fine day he meets Shruthi Haasan(Charusheela) and falls in love, Charusheela rejects Harsha’s love proposition. Again twist in a tale both native places are same. She revel about the about village problems and the rest of the story is how he overcome the village problems
We should begin by discussing Srimanthudu’s passionate substance. The film is substantial on good values and offering back to the general public. Credit ought to go to Koratla Shiva for adhering to the substance and conveying an in number message through legend’s character. Mahesh is superb in his part and gives his vocation best execution. His part is appropriately customized and Mahesh conveys the whole film on his shoulders. He looks dashing as an understudy and the way he brings out changed feelings amid the second half is a class separated. Shruthi Haasan gets a substantial part and is better than average in the film. Her matching with Mahesh looks new and conveys oddity to the film. Jagapathi Babu is an illustrious in his part and gives the added edge to the film. The way his character is carved out and all his showdown scenes with Mahesh are eminent. To start with 50% of the film is truly energetic and has some exceptionally tasteful minutes. Second half has passionate undercurrent and Koratala Shiva figures out how to bring out eminent exhibitions from every one of his craftsmen. Rajendra Prasad is truly satisfying in his character. Generation estimations of the film are great and showcase the film in a rich light.
Sukanya is squandered in her part and does not get any screen space. Ali and Vennela Kishore are under used and could have been hoisted more to create some amusement. Climax of the film is hurried up as the proceedings are wrapped up in a simple way.
DSP’s music is really great and develops on you once you watch his melodies on screen. In any case, it is Devi’s experience score which raises the film to another level. Dialogs are novel and will unite with the normal man effortlessly. Screenplay is well-suited yet a few scenes amid the second half could have been uprooted to make the procedures indecent.
Going to the executive Koratala Shiva, he has made a magnificent showing and showcased Mahesh more than ever. The way he draws out a settled execution and presents Mahesh in a passionate symbol is very charming. Shiva portrays the film with no superfluous business viewpoints and infuses some significant family minutes which will without a doubt run well with everybody.
A simple, clean and meaningful family entertainer. Mahesh Babu’s career best performance. A must watch film.