Sarileru Neekevvaruv review: No logic, only magic

Release Date
January 11, 2020

Mahesh Babu after delivering back-to-back hits is testing his after with commercial entertainer –  Sarileru Neekevvaru. Last year, Anil Ravipudi delivered blockbuster hit on Snakranthi with F2, so will he repeat the same magic and give Mahesh a blockbuster is to be see.

Sarileru Neekevvaru Plot: 

Ajay (Mahesh Babu) is a daring military officer who works for the Indian army. On the other hand, Bharati (Vijayashanti) is a sincere professor in the city of Kurnool. She gets into a problem with a local minister played by Prakash Raj who plans to kill her. Right when she and her family are going to be killed, Ajay lands in Kurnool and saves her. Who is this Bharathi? What is her connection with Ajay? To know that, you have to watch the film on the big screen.

Performance: Mahesh Babu has done justice to his role in the movie. There is no doubt, Mahesh Babu can pull off any role easily. Once again, he won the hearts of audiences with his stellar performance in ‘Sarileru Neekevvaru’. Mahesh Babu’s not only acting but also dialogue delivery, especially in various emotional scenes, left the audience spellbound. Mahesh Babu made audiences and fans to whistle and dance on the floor with the Mind Block song.

He rocked in it. While coming to Rashmika, she was really cute opposite Mahesh Babu. As we were waiting for a long time to see Vijayashanti in ‘Sarileru Neekevvaru’, She didn’t disappoint movie buffs. Her comeback in ‘Sarileru Neekevvaru’ is perfect and epic. She did justice to her role. Prakash Raj, Rajendra Prasad Rao Ramesh, Sangeetha, Subbaraj, Posani Krishna Murali, Bandla Ganesh, Vennela Kishore and others have justified their roles.

Plus Points:

Mahesh Babu


Interval Bang

Some action episodes

Minus Points:

There is nothing in particular for us to mention but few of the scenes were a bit boring.

Verdict :

On the whole, Sarileru Neekevvaru is a well-packaged Sankranthi treat that has good entertainment narrated at regular intervals. The film is Mahesh Babu’s one-man show and the added advantage are the hit songs, mass fights, and good comedy. Though the second half gets slightly bogged down with a weak climax, the film is a feast for the fans and masses. It will rake in good collections and would be loved during this festival time as it has something for everyone. Go watch and enjoy Mahesh’s mass treat.



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