Here is the exclusive review of Appatlo Okadundevadu!
After scoring a decent hit with Jyo Achyutananda Nara Rohit is coming up with another refreshing film titled Appatlo Okadundevadu. This is the fifth release for the Solo star in this year. Sagar K. Chandra ofAyyare fame has directed the film. Let us see whether the duo made it to the success!
Starring : Nara Rohit, Sree Vishnu, Tanya Hope
Story, screenplay, direction : Sagar K. Chandra
Producers : Prashanti, Krishna Vijay
Cinematography : Naveen Yadav
Music director : Sai Kartheek
Editor : Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Production company : Aran Media Works
Running time: 2 hours 4 minutes
Railway Raju (Sree Vishnu) is an aspiring cricketer whose passion is to play for Indian national team. Imtiaz (Nara Rohit), a tough cop is after the naxal group and comes to know that Raju’s sister is married to one of the chief naxals. Vishnu who is unaware of his sister’s marriage life, later meets her. Imtiaz then plots to catch the naxal group but fails and gets 5 of his constables dead.
Thinking that Raju is the main reason for their death, he plots to ruin his cricket career. How Raju faces further consequences, how he takes revenge on Imtiaz, what happens further form the remaining plot.
Cast and crew performance:
Nara Rohit has not got to showcase his mettle as he is more of a character in the film than the protagonist. However he delivered the best of his character. Sree Vishnu played the lead role, is the major asset of the film and is fabulous as Railway Raju. Tanya Hope, Brahmaji, Prabhas Seenu are good in their roles.
Songs are good and background score is the backbone of the film. Visuals and production values are good. Editing has helped the film quite well as it seems more of an off beat flick. Sagar K. Chandra deserves special appreciation for coming up with a fresh plot and is successful in portraying it on to the big screen.
Confrontation scenes between Rohit & Vishnu
Duration of Nara Rohit’s role
Appatlo Okadundevadu is quite an offbeat flick which appeals more to the multiplex audience. Interesting plot and the lead cast are the huge assets whereas Nara Rohith’s character duration is a little disappointment those come to theatres to watch him. On the whole Appatlo Okadundevadu has new content that would relive those who are bored of routine content. Go watch it for the director-hero duo’s different attempt.