Movie - Oye Ninne
Artists - Bharath Margani, Srushti Dange, Tanikella Bharani, Nagineedu, Raghubabu, Sathya, Tulasi, Pragathi, Dhanraj etc
Music Director - Sarath Chandra
Cinematography - Sai Sriram
Editing - Marthand.K.Venkatesh
Producers - Ch. Vamsikrishna Srinivas
Director - Satyam Challakoti
Release date - October 06, 2017
The greatest way to make a movie is make it as visual as possible. Oye Ninne, director Satya Challa understood the fact very well and crafted a beautiful love story that is visually pleasing. It is not easy to make us sit through a routine love story and a boring one at that. But they achieved it with very good cinematography and simple narration. Does that make it a good movie? Let's see
Vishnu (Bharath) from an young age wants to become a farmer but his school master father, Shekaram (Nagi Reddy) doesn't approve of that idea. Quite contrary to his aspirations, Vishnu doesn't really care for anything but what he thinks is correct. He stands by his word but his father doesn't really understand him completely.
Shekaram loves his sister's daughter, Veda (Shruthi Dange) like his own. He brings her to his home at an young age and in front of her ill-treats Vishnu. As they grow up both fight with each other at every instance but there is love hidden in it. Can that love blossom? Will the father understand his son ever? Watch it on screen to know more.
Bharath has a screen presence and if he improves his skill of expressions a little bit he can really stand as a hero on his own. Shivaji's voice suits for him very well and that added an extra texture to his over all performance.
Srushti proves that she is just not a pretty face and emotes well in her character. Her chubbiness to helps the character to look like a modern village girl who has been spoilt with great love by her elders.
Nagi Reddy, Tulasi, Satya turn up good performances in this movie and they prove to be an asset to the entire length. Tanikella Bharani, Thagubothu Ramesh and Raghu Babu turn to be adequate in their limited scope roles.
The major highlight of this movie is the Cinematography. Sai Sriram gives it a great texture and he makes each and every location eye pleasing. The way he shoots the scenes without unnecessarily paining the eye, he deserves much bigger opportunites and scale to prove himself more.
Composer Shekar Chandra manages a good enough score in the movie. The songs may not have been popular but they don't really harm the narration too. He does a good job giving the back ground score too.
Writer and director, Satya Challakoti, proves that he is capable of making a good movie even though the story might be regular. He engages the audience right from the first frame and his eye to capture the scenes with the visually appealing back grounds is really applaudable. He is a good talent and he manages to make a pleasing movie with the star cast he has chosen.
Eye pleasing visuals
Shekar Chandra's back ground score and few songs.
Predictable yet pleasing story.
A bit lag in the second half
The director and his team tries to make a predictable story more eye pleasing by setting it up in a village. The cinematographer explores the surroundings every well and he shoots the movie like a visual epic. It is highly pleasing to watch his job on screen. Even it is a bit predictable movie, it is easily enjoyable for its runtime.
Filmybuzz.com Rating - 3/5