Synopsis: Vikaram Aditya (Nagarjuna) is a paralysed billionaire who needs a care taker. He screens a select few candidates before meeting Seenu(Karthi) and appoints him as his assistant.
Seenu is a happy-go-lucky petty con man and his indifference and joie de vivre makes Vikram smile. But then Seenu gets embroiled in loads of problems. The narration is all about how they form a strong bond as they overcome all the trouble that they have to deal with.
Analysis: Oopiri makes you feel and it makes you think. But above everything else it makes you smile. The adaptation of the critically acclaimed French drama ‘The Intouchables’, narrates the story of Vikram Aditya (Nagarjuna), and Seenu, a bond that forms because of a The two are from opposite ends of the spectrum. Vikram becomes a paraplegic after an accident, and on the other end, Karthi is a petty thief who has a difficult relationship with his family. Vamshi Paidipally direction is masterful and it shows that he is adept at his work. It is a feel good film which will make sure that you walk out of the theatre being grateful for all that you have in life. There are poignant moments and rib-tickling ones. The music by Gopi Sundar casts a spell and is used as a tool to draw you into the vortex. Prakash Raj and Jayasudha are excellent in their bit roles. Go watch the movie, it is positively one of the best films to hit theatres this weekend.