Srirastu Subhamastu Review – Allu Sirish Strikes Gold

Srirastu Subhamastu Review
Srirastu Subhamastu Review

Starring: Allu Sirish, Lavanya Tripathi, Prakash Raj, Sumalatha, Rao Ramesh
Music Director: Thaman
Director: Parasuram
Producer: Allu Aravind
Banner: Geetha Arts

After a gap of two years, Allu Sirish has come up with a family entertainer titled Srirastu Subhamastu. Co-starring Lavanya Tripathi, Prakash Raj, Sumalatha and Rao Ramesh, Srirastu Subhamastu has created hype with first look and teasers released. This movie made its way to theatres today. Directed by Parasuram, the trailer gave positive vibes about movie’s output. Thaman’s music was an instant hit. Allu Aravind is bankrolling this project on Geetha Arts banner. Let’s review the movie.

Story:
Sirish’s (Allu Sirish) father Prakash Raj is a rich man. Prakash Raj is upset as Sirish’s brother gets married to a middle class girl against his wish. On the other hand, Sirish falls in love with Anu (Lavanya). Sirish throws a challenge to his father and tries to impress the Anu without revealing his family background. When things fall in place, Anu’s father (Rao Ramesh) arranges her wedding with another guy. Will Sirish convince both the families and win his lady love forms the rest of the story.

Postives:
Allu Sirish has performed well in Srirastu Subhamastu and this movie can be considered as one of his best. Srirastu Subhamastu does complete justice to its title. It is a complete family entertainer with right amount of drama, emotions, romance and comedy. Story narration and screenplay are major assets. Entertainment in the second half, especially between Ali and Subbaraju has to be watched out for. Lavanya Tripathi impresses as Anu and looks pretty.

Negatives:
Predictable story line

Verdict:
Srirastu Subhamastu is another strong contender at the box office for this weekend. 2016 seems to be a great year for directors who have executed the basic story in an interesting way. Allu Sirish strikes gold with Srirastu Subhamastu. It is a cool romantic family entertainer that deserves a watch in theatres near you.

Rating:
3.5/5