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Okkadine Movie Review

Time:09:00 am Date: Feb 14, 2013

Film: Okkadine

Starring: Nara Rohit, Nithya Menon,Nagendra Babu

Director: Srinivas Raga

Producer: C V Reddy

Banner: Gulabi movies Banner

Music: Karthik

2/5

Way2movies brings you Okkadine movie review. Checkout Nara Rohit, Nithya Menon starrer Okkadine review below…

Story

Sailaja (Nithya Menon), returns to India on a holiday while her father Sivaji Rao (Sai Kumar), who have a good image among the public and media plans to enter politics. Sailaja comes across Surya (Nara Rohit) when she goes Vizag and gets attached to his family members along with him. However, Sailaja comes to know a twist regarding series of murders which is shocking. Who is Surya and What is the mystery behind series of murders forms the rest of the story.

Performances

Nara Rohit proves to be a good performer but his character fades off and doesn’t have any strength. He does satisfactorily in what he was offered.

Nithya Menon looked good and she delivers her best in terms of performance. The actress is charming and expressive.

Sai Kumar is powerful with an amazing on-screen presence,  Sathya Krishna is okay, Brahmanandam and Ali are wasted, Naga Babu is decent, Srinivasa Reddy brings in few laughs. Other didn’t have much scope.

Technical Analysis

Karthik’s musical scores are mediocre while the background score is just okay. Cinematography by Andrew is first class and the film looked colorful. Chintapalli Ramana dialogues lack the needed punch. Srinivas Raga direction is bad and screenplay falters. Marthand K.Venkatesh editing is patchy. Production Values are okay.

Analysis

Srinivas Raga comes up with an interesting storyline but he fails in its narration. The execution falters with illogical screenplay. Despite many experienced artists in the film, the film fails to grab audiences’ interest. Brahmanandam, MS Narayana, Ali are wasted in uninteresting roles. In fact Nara Rohit’s role fades off with no strength to his role.The scenes are unconvincing and illogical. He could have focused more on screenplay and family drama.

The first half is a bit okay with characters establishment and some family drama while the interval bang is interesting offering some scope, but the second half tests patience with the director’s poor handling of script. Despite an interesting twist in the interval, the screenplay diverts into the conventional and predictable zone of story in the second half while the climax is yet another fail.

Final verdict

Okkadine disappoints with illogical screenplay and dragging narration.

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