Story: Vakkantam Vamsi
Dialogues: Koratala Shiva
Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Lyrics: Chandrabose, Rama Jogaiah Shastri, Ananta Sriram
Director of Photography: Rasool Ellore
Art: S Ravindar
Editing: Gowtam Raju
Action: Ram- Lakshman
Line Producer: Chakravarthy Ramachandra
Presented by: B Bapineedu
Banner: Sri Venkateshwara Cine Chitra
Presented by: B Bapineedu
Produced by: BVSN Prasad
Screenplay and directed by: Surender Reddy
Release date: October 06, 2011
Watched Theatre: SivaMahal, A/c, Guntur.
Rating: 2.25 / 5Jr Ntr New Telugu film oosaravelli Movie Review:
Well it seems to be this film was not worked so far that big, But it will far better than Jr ntr last film Shakthi. Tammanna and jr Ntr Combination will not helped to this film.Director surender Reddy failed to Convience the Audience onces again.Story:When cominh In to story,Tony (NTR) saves a girl in Kashmir and follows her to Hyderabad where she’s working as fashion designer. It is later revealed that her name is Niharika (Tamannah) and she’s in love with Rakesh, a politician’s son. Yet, Tony continues to love her and proves that Rakesh’s love is not true. But there is another side to Tony who is on a special mission. And Niharika too has a past.
Artist Performances:NTR has shown inclination and flair to venture into the path less travelled with the character of Tony. He is very good in entertainment episodes where his fear turns into nightmare for the others (credit should be given for writing team as well). His dialogues are different in this movie. He gave the much needed massy dialogue in the climax episode. His performance in the flashback episode is excellent.
Others: Tamanna has done an important role in the movie. Her performance in the flashback with short haircut is superb. Prakash Raj has done the role of main villain who makes an entrance only in the second half. Jaya Prakash Reddy entertains as a don who is used by NTR. The sidekicks of JP (especially Raghu Babu and Karumanchi Raghu) are excellent. Payal Ghosh (heroine of Prayanam film) did heroine’s friend and she is nice. Sayaji Shinde, Tanikella Bharani, Kick Shyam, Rehman etc have done other prominent roles.
Technical and Other Departments:Some of Koratala Shiva’s dialogues are good but when NTR mouths this – “Current Teega Naalaga Sannga Untandi” – one can’t stop laugh. One wonders how such silly and absurd dialogue is incorporated. Vakkantam Vamsi’s script is filled with stock situations, he fails to properly copy the Hong Kong film. Devi Sri Prasad’s songs are good on hearing but they are not that effective on screen. The only song that stands out on screen is – Bratakali, which is shot well. Cinematography by Rasool Ellore is okay.
Analysis:Director Surender Reddy shot to fame with his debut film – Atanokkade, a stylish revenge drama but later he tasted failures with NTR’s Ashok and Mahesh Babu’s Athidhi. To find success, he chose comedy and made an entertainer called Ravi Teja’s Kick – which paid off well at box-office. In Oosaravelli, he has tried to mix Kick style of entertainment and his original style of vengeance which turns out to be a hotchpotch exercise.
Basic plot is taken from Hollywood master Johnnie To directed Vengeance (2009) but both script writer Vakkantam Vamsi and director Surender Reddy have failed miserably in copying (adapting) it perfect. First half is filled up with silly comedy and second half has excessive and lengthy action episodes. The film basically falters in screenplay department – runs predictably and ends in same manner.
Final View:Oosaravelli is run of the mill revenge drama sprinkled with some comedy here and there but on the whole it is a huge disappointment. First half is okay but it drags on as the movie proceeds on. But it better from jr ntr last Film.