Hyderabad, Dec 21 (): Sarocharu, Tollywood movie, directed by Parasuram featuring Ravi Teja, Nara Rohith, Kajal Agarwal and Richa Gangopadhyay in the lead roles has hit the screens today, December 21. Sarocharu is released with much of expectations over the hero of the film Ravi Teja.
3 / 5
CAST AND CREW
Starring : Ravi Teja, Kajal Agarwal, Richa Gangopadhyay
Producer: Priyanka Dutt
Music : Devi Sri Prasad
Karthik(Ravi Teja) is a decent guy, who has a practical approach and working in Italy. In an incident, he helps his co-worker (Srinivas Reddy), when he was worried about his love affair. One day, Karthik meets Sandhya (Kajal Aggarwal), who is a student. She is a girl who believes in love at last sight after evaluating all options.
But, Karthik’s behaviour, his talks and his dealing with things highly impresses her and she falls in love with him. They both get an opportunity to travel together to India, which Sandhya feels a chance to reveal her feelings.
When Sandhya expresses her feelings to Karthik, he reciprocates her emotions in a friendly manner, but reveals his past – the past, when he had deep romantic love with Vasu (Richa Gangopadhyay).
Sandhya realises she still has good feelings for Karthik. Into this confusion comes in Gautham (Nara Rohit), Sandhya’s bava, who loves Sandhya madly.
Who will Sandhya choose between Karthik and Gautham? What happens to Vasu? To get the answers to these questions, watch the film.
Ravi Teja has done a very different character in this movie. He has done everything, from action, comedy, dance, emotional sequences to delivering punch dialogues.
Kajal Agarwal has done a weighty character, in which she has performed very well with her most natural and ultimate acting.
Richa Gangopadhyay has done here character perfectly and her performance in the flashback scenes adds weight to the movie.
MS Narayana’s comedy has perfect timing.
Devi Sri Prasad’s music is the main highlight of the movie, especially in the technical side. All the soundtracks are special and good to listen. Particularly songs like ‘Jaga Jaga Jagadeka Veera’ and ‘Made for Each other’ have to be specially mentioned.
Vijay K Chakravarthy’s camerawork is another plus point in the movie. He has captured exotic locations of Europe and Italy, for the song sequences.
Director Parasuram’s screenplay and punch dialogues form big assets of the movie.
The first half of the movie, Sarocharu takes you for a joyous ride with comedy, action, punch dialogues and two romantic songs. The twist is introduced at the end of the first half, from where the story takes a good pace.
The second half is too interesting, but the climax mesmerises, which has to be surely watched.
Overall, Saroucharu is a good romantic comedy entertainer.