If you expect wit or laughs - don't bother leaving home at all. This is a disappointment . Add on a good heap of silliness and the premise that the audience is wooly headed enough to accept just about anything - the result is 'Saarochaaru'.
Director Parasuram, God bless his heart, unwittingly worked on a vague premise that the female species is one or all of the following - gullible, willful, impulsive.
The Story : Kajal Aggarwal plays Sandhya - a rich, narcisstic student studying who-knows-what in Italy. Her mother, played by Jaya Sudha, would like Sandhya to marry her corny poetry-writing, totally-smitten cousin.
But Sandhya wants to get our football loving hero Karthik (played by Ravi Teja), who is also on a visit to Italy, to fall for her. One now forgets why she goes all out of her way to do that. Was it love at first sight or......... whatever.
In any case, can he and will he reciprocrate? But then he is supposedly committed - no,no - not to an asylum, but to ......(now let that be a mystery for the viewers who are brave enough to watch this movie).
Not to bore you with the story any further - it is a love triangle almost morphing into a quadrilateral.
Kajal Aggarwal's inconsistent character sketch and less than average acting skills make her nothing but a clotheshorse.
Ravi Teja has absolutely no meat to his role and all one comes away with is this wish to recommend a haircut for him.
Richa Gangopadhyay is average.
An inconsistent waste of a movie..... with tomatoes and lady's fingers flying during the fight scenes (along with the goons of course). Oh yes - one leaves the theatre wondering what is with women who immediately fall in love with men who either slap them or ignore them.view less