Oopiri Review

Taniya CJ
  • 3.5/5

Vamshi Paidipally has once again directed a wonderful comedy movie with a morale plot. The movie consists of trending famous actors who are introduced at the right time on the screen.

This heartwarming tale plot is all about the friendship between a not-so serious criminal, Seenu (Karthi) who is out on parole and a paralysed wealthy man Vikramadithya (Nagarjuna). Their friendship is so beautiful that the movie isn’t just seen as a drama but also as an art of friendship.

The film was welcomed warmly by the tamil audience because of the famous actors. Tamannah’s appearance (as Keerthi) was a boon. The chemistry between Karthi and Tamannah was wonderful and clicking as they have acted together prior. The visuals were very appealing because of the foreign destinations and beautiful sets.

The music producer, Gopi Sundar did a wonderful job in composing the soundtracks which were a fresh add-on for the entire movie. The supporting actors namely, Prakash Raj, Nora Fatehi, Jayasudha served their part well and good to enhance the entire comedy plot.

However the movie’s plot is very similar to certain movies. This is said to be the remake of a 2011 French flick, “The Intouchables”. This is a pro and a con because those who were aware of the french film didn’t find the remake appealing and those who weren’t aware found the movie very emotional. Overall, the movie executed the friendship value perfectly through two distinct characters of two various living standards. This movie is definitely a must watch with family and friends. The movie is all about how Friendship is a Blessing which even God cannot get.