Cast and Crew:
Cast: Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra, Eesha Rebba, Srinivas Avasarala and Murali Sharma
Direction: Prashanth Varma
Producer: Nani and Prashanth
Music Director : Mark K. Robin
Cinematographer : Karthik Ghattamaneni
Nani is back with an interesting story, but this time as a producer. He has been raising the expectations of the audience, since the past few days and the film has finally hit the screens today and let’s check out the review.
The story starts with the introduction of characters Radha (Eesha Rebba), Krisha (Nithya Menen), Siva(Srinivas Avasarala) and Meera (Regina) who have different mindsets and busy with their own problems. We can also see Kali(Kajal Aggarwal) who tries to commit suicide. The rest of the story is all connected to each other’s life and each and every scene will make the audience stick to their chairs.
Undoubtedly, it is a different and wonderful experience for the audience to watch this film. This is a perfect multi starrer and each character contributed a lot to the story and equally important in it. Everyone did justice to their roles. From the beginning scene, where Nithya Menen and Eesha’s discussion with their parents to the introduction of all roles, the director did a great job. Both the actresses proved their mettle once again. Srinivas Avasarala will be seen an important role, whereas Murali Sharma, who appeared as a magician. Priyadarshi’s comedy is a big advantage to the story. The movie looks intriguing and interesting in every sequence.
The director might have focused on presenting the story in a more clear way, where the audience might get confused in few sequences, because of the complexity of the story.
Mark K Robin’s music completely steals the show. He did a great job and gave life to the scenes in the film with his intriguing and fantastic music. The song that plays during the title cards definitely needs a pat on his shoulder. Cinematography and editing are top notches. The production values are too good. Prashanth, he deserves a special applause for his interesting narration. The way he handles key episodes in the movie proves he’s a promising storyteller and one exciting talent to watch out for.
Awe is definitely a delight to watch on screen. Concept-based films are few in the industry and this one is completely different and a path-breaking in Tollywood.
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