Oke Oka Jeevitham Review: Telugu Film Oke Oka Jeevitham was released on the big screens today, the trailer has created a lot of buzz since its release, and finally the film is here, I just finished the film, and here is the detailed review of Oke Oka Jeevitham.
The film stars Sharwanand in the main lead role along with Ritu Verma, Vennela Kishore and Priyedarshi in the crucial roles, The film is a U-rated film it means you can watch it with Friends, Kids and Family. Here goes the review of the film.
Aadhi (Sharwanand) is a talented musician but lacks the confidence to perform in front of an audience, Even though he has a caring girlfriend Vaishu (Ritu Varma), his life is soulless. Seenu (Vennela Kishore) & Chaitu (Priyadarshi) are his childhood friends. Paul (Nassar), is an extremist scientist who has been experimenting to build a machine for time traveling for decades.
Suppose one gets a chance to revisit their past. One day, Paul manages to convince them (Aadhi, Seenu, and Chaitu) and they went to the time-traveling machine. What happens when they come to their past? Were they able to achieve what they came for? To each of the questions, the answers are all in the film.
This film has a blend of sci-fi and mother sentiment. As a newcomer Shree Karthick’s attempt in this film is really appreciated, Sharwanand as Aadhi pulls his role really well. Amala Akkineni as Aadhi’s (Sharwanand) mother, brings freshness and emotion to this film, and she is excellent in her role. Reetu Varma as Vaishu plays her role well too in her limited role. The big plus in this film is Vennela Kishore’s comedy. Nassar fits well in his scientist role.
The story of this film is simple yet unique. In technical aspects, the film is sharp. VFX and camera work in this film is top-notch, There are some funny scenarios like, Seenu chides his younger self to study well, Chaitanya pushing his younger self to take his childhood crush seriously, and Aadhi trying to build himself for a good career in music.
The first half of this film is good but the second half of this film lags a bit and lacks pace. Pre-climax starts in a rush. The climax is soulful and heartbreaking also, The film is full of heartwarming emotions till the end. We can also have one important message through this film how important our present is and we should appreciate it.
The music in this film by Jakes Bejoy is pretty well. The song ‘Amma’ is one great which creates a great impact in this film, there is a good decision from the director not to put any love tracks or any extra elements to ruin the feel.
Overall, Oke Oka Jeevitham is a satisfactory watch. You can enjoy this film in theatres.