What is Good :
Seematapakai is that kind of a movie about which separating the good things from the bad is difficult, but very necessary. The movie has typical Allari Naresh comedy tracks, with the actor imitating Sai Kumar, Rajasekhar etc. almost all of them make you laugh out loud. The Odarpu episode is outrageously funny. The girl Poorna makes a decent head start to her career. She showed glimpses of talent, and has necessary glamour quotient that will attract the Telugu audiences. She might not have intentinally done it, but she seems to be very much inspired by Asin.
There is a large number of character artists in the movie, and all live up to their expectations, especially mentionable are – Rao Ramesh, Nagineedu, Sudha. Brahmanandam as the guy who is confused looking at the changing attire of Sayaji Shinde will have you in splits. L.B.Sriram, M.S.Narayana, Vennela Kishore all managed to give good laughs too.
The basic premise – heatless rich acting as poor and a merciless killer act as kind teacher for their children seems to be genuine. It is this ingenuity that catches you off guard. However the best part of Seematapakai is its intelligent screenplay, with exceptionally written scenes. To be fair, it is after a long time in Telugu film industry that the second half raises the bar, and has very few expected scenes. When you a see a comedy scene followed by an emotional touch, with a slight message, each of them synchronized well with one another – you want to appreciate the screenplay writer heartfully. Even though the movie seems to give a message, it never over does it, yet calmly makes its point.