Ori Devuda Telugu Movie Review: In the Telugu cinema business, Vishwak Sen has developed a strong fan following among the young heroes by picking a variety of subjects that mostly appeal to young people. Although the public responded favourably to his most recent movies, the box office performance fell short of expectations. The movie “Ori Devuda,” in which Victory Venkatesh has a cameo appearance, was just released in theatres by director Vishwak Sen. Without further ado, let’s evaluate this film in detail to determine whether it is suitable for theatres and whether it will perform well at the box office.
Since they were young children, Arjun and Anu have been great friends. When Anu unexpectedly asks Arjun to marry her, his parents and Anu’s parents choose the wedding date while Arjun is confused. Arjun believes that Anu can only be his best friend once they get married and that having a lifelong relationship with her is not a smart idea. At the same time, he meets Meera, his older and childhood sweetheart, by mistake. The rest of the narrative revolves around Arjun’s struggles with relationships and pursuit of his true love.
Cast & Crew
Vishwak Sen, Venkatesh Daggubati, Mithila Palkar, Asha Bhat, Rahul Ramakrishna, Murali Sharma, Nagineedu, and others make up the cast of the movie Ori Devuda. Ashwath Marimuthu wrote and directed this film, and Pearl V. Potluri and Param V. Potluri served as producers under the PVP Cinema and Sri Venkateswara Creations banners. Leon James composed the music, and Vidhu Ayyana was in charge of the filming.
|Movie Name||Ori Devuda|
|Music Director||Leon James|
|Producer||Pearl V. Potluri, Param V. Potluri|
|Cast||Vishwak Sen, Venkatesh Daggubati, Mithila Palkar, Asha Bhat, Rahul Ramakrishna, Murali Sharma, Nagineedu|
Oh My Kadavule, a smash successful Tamil film, has been officially remade as the Ori Devuda movie. The visuals and the plot are almost unchanged in the Telugu version. This story has a lot of elements in common with previous love stories, but its fictional point distinguishes it from those films. It’s interesting to see the sequences where Venkatesh Daggubati comes and gives Vishwaksen a ticket, as well as the ones that follow. These scenes pique the interest of the viewers and get them wondering what will happen next.
The film’s screenplay is another strength. Although the majority of the sequences are relatively straightforward and predictable, the screenplay makes a significant distinction from previous love stories. This is what makes this movie more compelling to watch all the way through—starting with the court sequences, meeting Venkatesh Daggubati, and switching to flashbacks. The movie has a strong message in the conclusion that might resonate with today’s kids.
While Vishwak Sen portrays Arjun with enthusiasm, his acting in a few situations may come off as a bit exaggerated. Even though he is getting by on his acting prowess, it is now time for him to focus on his appearance as well. Having appeared in the “Little Things” series, Mithila Palkar has gained a lot of fans. Despite this being her debut role in a Telugu film, she did an excellent job as Anu. In a cameo role that was granted to him, Venkatesh Daggubati amused as usual, and Rahul Ramakrishna did well in his role as his assistant. Asha Bhat did alright but needs to work on her acting. Murali Sharma and the other performers played their roles to the story’s specifications well.
The Ori Devuda movie is excellent technically. The song sung by Anirudh was the greatest, and Leon James’ music was appropriate for the narrative. Although the cinematography in Vidhu Ayyana is passable, a couple scenes appear oversaturated when they might have been corrected during the DI. There may have been better editing. Despite the fact that there are only a few VFX shots, the production qualities could have been higher.
The original film’s director, Ashwath Marimuthu, made an effort to maintain the originality of the plot and scenes. With some amusing situations and fiction added to the proceedings, he was effective in entertaining the audience.
Overall, Ori Devuda is a passable love story that is enjoyable to watch in theatres with a significant other.
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