Sarkaru Vaari Paata Review: Mahesh Babu carries the film on his shoulders; weak second half disappoints audiences

he film shows Mahesh Babu in a completely new avatar. In fact, he is the one who will bring luck to the film, if any.

By Bhavana Sharma  Published on  12 May 2022 12:32 PM GMT
Sarkaru Vaari Paata Review: Mahesh Babu carries the film on his shoulders; weak second half disappoints audiences

Hyderabad: After a long wait, Mahesh Babu's 'Sarkaru Vaari Paata' released on Thursday to mixed reviews.

Directed by Parasuram, the film also stars Keerthy Suresh. Here is our review.

Story: Mahesh (Mahesh Babu) loses his parents at a very young age when they die by suicide after they fail to pay a loan of Rs. 15,000. Years later, Mahesh sets up a loan agency in the US. When people fail to pay the interest on time, he doesn't let them sleep in peace.

Meanwhile, Kalaavathi (Keerthy Suresh), who is addicted to gambling, borrows money from Mahesh but eventually gets caught cheating. When Mahesh confronts her and asks her to repay the loan, Kalaavathi starts threatening Mahesh in the name of Rajendranath (Samuthirakhani), a ruthless businessman.

Mahesh travels to India to get his money but instead ends up earning the wrath of Rajendranath. When things start taking a different turn, Mahesh gathers the media and informs them that Rajendranath had borrowed Rs. 10,000 crores. What happens next is something you will have to watch on the big screen.

Performances: The film shows Mahesh Babu in a completely new avatar. In fact, he is the one who will bring luck to the film, if any. His character has an amazing sense of humour. He will not be a disappointment to the audience. Parasuram has made sure that his character is written in the best possible way.

Unfortunately, Keerthy's character is poorly written and has hardly anything to do with the film or the storyline.

'Sarkaru Vaari Pata' is a story about a hero who stalks a woman and calls it "a boy thing." Though it doesn't work well, Mahesh Babu handles the film single-handedly. He does a great job living up to the expectations of his fans. Unfortunately, the second half is weak.

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