Monday, 27 April 2015

S/o Sathyamurthy

Allu Arjun.
Prakash Raj, Upendra, Brahmanandam, Rajendra Prasad, Ali
Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Nithya Menen
Sneha, Adah Sharma, Sindhu Tolani
Trivikram Srinivas
Devi Sri Prasad
Haarika & Hassine Creations
Release Date
April 09, 2015

My Thoughts
When a rich business man (Prakash Raj) who holds high moral values, passes away in a road accident, the company he built shatters and his family loses all their properties. But, they stay rich at heart due to the moral values they hold close to heart. His son (Allu Arjun) tries his best to tread though the path that his father had shown and wins several hearts in the process.

In today's time when money rules and only money matters, where people are ready to do anything due to their greed for money and relationships become pass-time or mere burden, where values take a backseat S/o Sathyamurthy re-emphasizes the need of values and human relationships by adding a generous dose of masala!

The dialogs are meaningful. First half is a little slow compared to the super-fast second half. Anyways, the screenplay will keep you hooked to the screen. Songs are peppy and nicely choreographed. I loved “Super Machi” song the most! The stunts are superficial, but then that’s how masala movies are supposed to be. So no complaints.

Allu Arjun as Viraj Anand is a proud man - of his father, values and decisions he takes. He thinks if only money matters and wonders if he will be regarded of any value in the absence of his father. Allu Arjun looks thinner and more stylish.

Prakash Raj appears for a couple of scenes only. But, he creates a wider impact and proves that he is indeed the hero of the film. Upendra looks uncomfortable and confused. I wish that his lip synced with the dialogs delivered. Ali’s comic timing is impeccable and Bramhanandam steals the show as always.

Adah Sharma fits into the same role that she is famous for – get engaged and then break it! She looks nice. Samantha wears cute clothes and gives cuter expressions. Nithya Menen has a very different character with a tinge of grey elements; she shines. It was a pleasure to see Sneha on screen clad in beautiful saris, speaking both Telugu and Tamil; at ease in front if camera.

In short, a super paisa vasool. The best option for a movie break with your family and friends in this summer.



  1. You should also add one more thing in your movie reviews: Language. Which language this movie is in? Tamil, Telugu, or Kannada?

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  2. Thanks for the wonderful review.

  3. Nice review. It is the truth that values get crushed under money-power, muscle power and chair power.