Behind the Movie Saarochcharu: Director Parasuram and Hero Raviteja are almost on flop track. They both joined one more failure banner of Three Angels Studios. Let us see, what is so special they have offered in this 'Saarochcharu.'
In the Movie Saarochcharu: Story begins with Karthik (Raviteja) arranging the love marriage for one his close friends. Later on plot shifts to America where student Sandhya (Kajal Agarwal) falls in love at first sight with Karthik, working as software engineer. They are now on a flight journey from America to Vizag. During the entire journey, Sandhya tries to impress Karthik but latter does not react positively to former's love. Reason being Karthik is already married to Vasu (Richa Gangopadhyay).
Into the flashback, Karthik works as football coach in Ooty where he loves Vasu and marries her. As usual, differences pop up after wedding leading to divorce. After hearing the entire flashabck, Sandhya feels pity and more attracted towards Karthik who then reveals a twist that the entire flashback is not his own but a real life experience of one of his friend who was married during the start of movie.
In Vizag is Gautham (Nara Rohit), the innocent Baava of Sandhya who madly loves her. How did Sandhya react to the practical trial played by Karthik? How Gautham helps Sandhya in realizing her real love is the rest.
Values of the Movie Saarochcharu: The only element which keeps us in theatres for this boring movie is the writing skill of Parasuram else this is a clear scrap. With complete imbalance in execution, as a director and script writer Parasuram is a complete failure. Neither there is a new plot nor any exciting twists to enthrall us. In fact, this story isn't suited for someone like most energetic Raviteja. Cinematography of Vijay K Chakravarthy was pretty good while editing by Kotagiri missed the crispness required. Music by Devisri Prasad was good for one or two songs and background was quite routine. Production values of Three Angels Studio are worth appreciable.
Performance wise, Raviteja who is a synonym for Energy is literally made to suppress all his mannerisms. In different costumes, the class look given will not offer any kick to his Fans. Kajal Agarwal was decent while Richa Gangopadhyay was a complete misfit. Nara Rohit is the saving grace who gives some freshness in last 15 minutes. However, the badly etched climax makes his character go useless. Jayasudha, Chandramohan, MS Narayana, Srinivas Reddy etc are okay.
Out of the Movie Saarochcharu: A Good Director need not be a Good Writer but a Wonderful Writer should not err that he can be a Superb Director. Parasuram who has strong hold on penning some emotionally touching dialogues as seen in 'Solo' has gone wrong assuming that he can deal this kind of a script with needed maturity. 'Saarochcharu' flows with exhaustive drama from the very beginning. Now and then, bits and pieces we enjoy it but overall, this is a pathetic show. In fact, climax is still a big rod.
Comparison between the lifestyles of two persons before and after marriage were dealt more humorously numerous times in the past. Parasuram tried to bluff audience with a new format in screenplay which misfired. One positive point to mention is, the drama was clean devoid of double meaning dialogues. More or less both first and second halves are similar testing the patience or I can say, first half is a little better.
Cinejosh Verdict of the Movie Saarochcharu: From First to Last...Parama Borochcharu.
Reviewed by Srivaas