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Okkadine review

“Hall lo Nenokkadine“

Posted: 21 March 2013-14:39 PM

Sivaji Rao (Sai Kumar) is a honest politician and his daughter Shailaja (Nitya Menon) who studies abroad comes to India after completing them. She falls in love with Surya (Nara Rohit) who is being trained at IFS. When things are looking well between them, they decide to take their relation to next level. A shocking truth regarding Surya is revealed. And what happens next forms the actual story.

Nara scion Rohit is showing better promise with every movie of his. He had put up a much composed and improved performance in this movie. He had improved a lot in action sequence and should work out in putting up expressions in emotional scenes. And two areas which require immediate concern are his body weight and dances. Nitya Menon looked good and lively. The chemistry between her and Rohit worked out big time. Veteran actors Sai kumar and Naga Babu lived up to their reputation. Srinivas Reddy, Brahmanandham, MS Narayana managed some laughs.

Srinivas Raga had previously directed Katha in which Genelia played lead role. The movie ended up as a big debacle but the director seems to be not learning from his mistakes. The movie story resembled a bit of Athanokkade and his earlier movie, Katha. The screenplay is a complete let down and songs killed the flow of the movie.

Famous Singer Karthik made his debut as music director with this movie. The songs are let down without any energy and freshness. The remix version of the famous Puttintollu Tharimesaru song was totally killed. His re-recording is too good and worked out big time in elevating some of the scenes.

Cinematography is good and Editing could have been a lot better

Even with some inferences to other movies, the movie subject is reasonably good but the director's inability to provide good screenplay and narration totally killed the movie. The first half of the movie passes without any excitement with interval bang creating little bit of curiosity. The pace of the narration dips further in the second half with the climax totally looking absurd. And final result is a big disappointment for Rohit at the box office.

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