Srirastu Subhamastu Review: Old wine with well packed new bottle

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Allu Sirish and Lavanya Tripathi’s Srirastu Subhamastu Telugu movie poster

Srirastu Subhamastu is a 2016 Telugu film directed by Parasuram and produced by Allu Aravind under his banner Geetha Arts. Allu Sirish and Lavanya Tripathi appeared in the lead roles, while Prakash Raj, Rao Ramesh, Sumalatha in supporting roles. The film background music scored by S. Thaman, cinematography handled by Manikandan and edited by Marthand K. Venkatesh.

Cast

Allu Sirish as Sirish
Lavanya Tripathi as Anu
Prakash Raj as Sirish’s Father
Sumalatha as Sirish’s Mother
Ravi Prakash as Sirish’s Brother
Rao Ramesh as Anu’s Father
Tanikella Bharani
Pragathi
Ali as Shaad Shyam
Subbaraju as ACP

Story

Sirish (Allu Sirish) is the son of a rich businessman (Prakash Raj). While on a business trip, he spots a middle class girl Anu (Lavanya Tripathi) and immediately falls in love with her. His father is against the marriage as he has a very low opinion about middle-class peoples and feels that girls will love only rich men. Sirish challenges his father that he will win his love by not using his family status. Because of this, he shifts to Vizag and tries to impress Anu. When Anu too is starts loving Sirish, her father (Rao Ramesh) fixes her marriage with his close friend’s (Tanikella Bharani) son. Rest of story is as how Sirish convince both Anu’s and his family.

Performance

The film has many senior actors like Prakash Raj, Rao Ramesh, Sumalatha, Pragathi, Tanikella Bharani to make the movie look like a grand one. They also given their best performance. After a long gap, Ali’s comedy has generated some good laughs.

Review

Even Parasuram’s earlier film, Solo, had a similar backdrop, he shows his strength in the dialogues. If you go in with an open mind, this film will not disappoint you at all. Old wine with well packed new bottle.