The fantastic combination of Trivikram Srinivas, Allu Arjun and Devi Sri Prasad is back again with S/O Satyamurthy. The movie is produced by S. Radha Krishna under the banner Haarika & Hassine Creations. The movie stares Allu Arjun, Upendra, Rajendra Prasad, Prakash Raj, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Sneha, Nithya Menen, Adah Sharma, and others. Let’s see how the film is.
Satyamurthy (Prakash Raj) is a rich businessman with some good principles, and helps people around him. Viraj Anand (Allu Arjun), son of Satyamurthy who lives carefree life in abroad. Viraj’s world shatters with the sudden death of his father in an accident, leaving a huge debt. To meet immediate necessities of his family, Allu Arjun turns as a wedding planner. In this event, he will come across a diabetes patient Sameera or Subbalakshmi (Samantha) and falls in love with her. Now, Rajendra Prasad comes into picture and assigns a task to get some land documents from a factional leader (Upendra). Watch the film to know rest of the story.
Allu Arjun delivered outstanding performance. As usual the dance moves are superb and stylish. Samantha looks trendy in classy outfits and steals the hearts of audience with her expressions. Adah Sharma is good at her limited role. Nithya Menon gave her best performance, and the other cast Rajendra Prasad, Upendra, Sneha, Vennela Kishore and more are okay at their respective roles.
Trivikram’s dialogues were awesome, and some dialogues defining human values have been written with good depth. Director is highly talented to manage the huge star cast and extracted decent performances from them. The production values of the film are rich. Music by Devi Sri Prasad is an asset to the film, the songs were showcased well, and the background score is impressive and takes the film to a decent level. Editing is good but some lengthy scenes could have been edited.
• Allu Arjun’s performance and his dance moves
• Samantha and Nitya Menon
• Visuals in the songs
• Production values
• Emotional scenes in climax
• Good story line but slow paced screenplay
• Brahmanandam comedy is poor
• Flat second half
• Few dragged scenes
Decent family entertainer with a routine story, but you will enjoy Allu Arjun’s rocking performance.
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