Oke Oka Jeevitham Movie Review: Sharwanand is going through a rough patch as an actor, as his recent films have bombed at the box office. After the critical and commercial failure of his previous film, Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu, he quickly produced a new concept film, named Oke Oka Jeevitham (also known as Kanam in Tamil). The question of whether or not Sharwanand succeeds in engaging moviegoers in theatres can be answered by reading this in-depth review.
Adi, who aspires to be a successful musician and vocalist, suffers from performance anxiety while facing a huge audience. Both Seenu and Chaitu, two of his close pals, are dealing with difficulties in their own lives. These three buddies run into a scientist who thinks time travel is possible. Adi, who is grieving the loss of his mother, chooses to go back in time and make amends. The rest of the novel focuses on the consequences of this choice for Adi, Seenu, and Chaitu.
Cast & Crew
Some of the actors featured in Oke Oka Jeevitham are Sharwanand, Ritu Varma, Amala Akkineni, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi, Nassar, Ali, Ravi Raghavendra, Yog Jappe, Madhunandan, Jay Adithya, Nithyaraj, and Hitesh. S R Prakash Babu and S R Prabhu serve as producers, while Shree Karthick handles directing duties. Jakes Bejoy composed the film’s score, and Sujith Sarang filmed it.
|Movie Name||Oke Oka Jeevitham|
|Music Director||Jakes Bejoy|
|Producer||S R Prakash Babu, S R Prabhu|
|Cast||Sharwanand, Ritu Varma, Amala Akkineni, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi, Nassar, Ali, Ravi Raghavendra, Yog Jappe, Madhunandan, Jay Adithya, Nithyaraj, & Hitesh|
It’s unusual for Telugu to feature any science fiction films. Aditya 369 is likely the only feature-length Telugu film to explore time travel. When we aren’t watching mainly thrillers, dramas, and romantic comedies, like Oke Oka Jeevitham, it’s nice to switch things up a bit. Despite its time-traveling premise, this film has everything it needs to appeal to a wide range of viewers. Nonetheless, the film’s narration has its shortcomings and may prove dull for some viewers. An appreciable effort was made to clarify time travel and fate in the film.
Sharwanand does a wonderful job portraying the adoring son Adi. In dramatic moments, he shines as an actor. After ‘Life Is Beautiful,’ Amala Akkineni returned to the Telugu film industry, and she excelled once again. Though Ritu Varma doesn’t have much of a screen presence, she nonetheless did a good job in the role. Both ‘Vennela’ Kishore and Priyadarshi were convincing in their roles and provided some welcome comic relief. Nasser is able to fully immerse himself in his roles, making his performances ring true. The supporting cast all did fine jobs that served the tale.
The film looks fine technically, so no complaints there. The songs Amma and Okate Kadha, both composed by Jakes Bejoy, were excellent. The score fits the film’s tone perfectly. Sujith Sarang does a decent job behind the camera, and some of the photos really pop. Some corners have to be cut to stay under budget, but that’s par for the course with time travel stories as special effects cost more money. The movie has decent production quality.
Shree Karthick, the director, has a very impressive approach to filmmaking. This director’s first effort did a great job with time travel, making the premise clear and easy to follow.
In sum, Oke Oka Jeevitham is a highly successful Telugu attempt at blending the concepts of time travel and emotional drama. Due to its fresh material, this film deserves to be seen in theatres.
Time travel concept
Few stretched scenes