Oke Oka Jeevitham Movie Review & Rating: 3/5
Starring: Sharwanand, Ritu Varma, Amala Akkineni, Nassar, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi
Director: Shree Karthick
Producer: S. R. Prakashbabu, S. R. Prabhu
Music Directors : Jakes Bejoy
Cinematography : Sujith Sarang
Sharwanand latest movie Oke Oka Jeevitham released today world wide. After back to back flops, sharwanand gave a chance to debutante director Shree Karthick. lets go analysis Ritu Varma and Amala Akkineni starring family drama Oke Oka Jeevitham.
Oke Oka Jeevitham Telugu Movie Story Review:
Adi (Sharwanand), Sreenu (Vennela Kishore), and Chaitu (Priyadarshi) are three close friends who have their own set of problems. One fine day, they encounter a scientist (Nasser) who promises to take them back in time so that they can solve their childhood mistakes. Excited with this, they agree and go back to 1998 through a time machine.
On their arrival, they meet their younger versions and start correcting their mistakes. But the twist in the tale arises when the younger versions of the three kids use the same time machine and come to the future leaving the adults behind. What will the three friends do now? How will the groups swap places in time? To know the answers, you need to watch the film on the big screen.
Oke Oka Jeevitham Telugu Movie Review & Rating
Merits: Amala makes a comeback after a gap of ten years and is superb in the film. She plays Sharwa’s mother and brings tears to your eyes in many scenes. Her scenes with Sharwa are the mainstay of the film. Speaking of Sharwanand, we all know he is a sensible actor and boy he goes all out. His acting in all emotional scenes will surely move you.
Priyadarshi gets a good role and does well in his supporting act. Ritu Varma was also effective in her small but important role. One of the biggest assets of the film is the comedy by Vennela Kishore. One more major asset of the film is the engaging narration. Director Shree Karthik narrates the film in such a way that there is thrill, suspense and also fun in many scenes.
Demerits: The film has a slow pace and takes a while to enter its main story. The manner in which the three kids handle themselves in the present scenario is not shown aptly. Things are showcased in an easy manner and more explanation should have been given in this episode.
Technicalities: Shree Karthick chooses his plot well. Despite being a first-time director, he does a decent job as writer-director. He scores well in emotional and comedy scenes. However, logic clearly takes a back seat.
The slow-paced narration is a major downside. Jakes Bejoy’s music and Sujith Sarang’s visuals elevate the film. Tharun Bhascker’s dialogues are impactful. The production values are decent. While some of the 90s scenes were lifted from the file shots which is understandable though.
Analysis: The first half of the film is quite entertaining and has been presented in a fun manner. Nasser plays the role of a scientist and is superb and brings a lot of depth to the proceedings. The three child actors were superb in their respective roles. One more major asset of the film is the engaging narration. Director Shree Karthik narrates the film in such a way that there is thrill, suspense and also fun in many scenes.
The second half is filled with emotional scenes. The manner in which the film ended in a very practical manner was so good to see. The logic is handled well when it comes to time travel and the aesthetics have been designed properly. The character arcs of three friends are neat and end on a proper note.
Verdict: Oke Oka Jeevitham is a well made science fiction drama filled with good comedy and sensible emotions.The last 10-minute of the film is satisfying though. It makes one walk out of theatres with some contentment. this film has strong content and will surely impress those who expect different stories told in an engaging and fun manner. Go for it.