Awe Telugu Movie Reviews – Nani‘s production venture, Awe, promises to become something distinct from regular films. The trailer and original appearance posters appeared new and raised several eyebrows. The movie has hit the screens now and let us check if it lives up to its expectations or not.
Awe Telugu Movie Reviews
Kali (Kajal Aggarwal), Krish (Nithya Menen), Siva (Srinivas Avasarala), Meera (Regina), Radha (Eesha Rebba) are different people with various mindsets, held up with their own tensions in life. These folks are linked via an intriguing storyline that’s only shown during the climax. Well, just how all this can be showcased through an intriguing screenplay forms the rest of the narrative.
Mark K Robin takes a couple of scenes to another level with his thumping background score. The tune that plays during the opening cards is very great and compliments the energetic approach of the movie. Camera section succeeded in maintaining the viewer glued to the screen by embracing the realistic scenes fairly well.
Rich production values really are an advantage for the film. Every penny spent about the film is clearly observable, because of its production group. Coming to the director Prashanth, he deserves a special applause for his intriguing narration. How he manages crucial episodes from the film reveals he is a promising storyteller and yet another exciting ability to look out for.
Pros of the Film
It would be just fair to state that “Awe” provides a shocking experience to the audiences. This film boasts of an ensemble star cast who deliver a special vibe into the film. The lead actors take the film on their shoulders and do justice to their roles.
The opening shots from the film are exceptional and give goosebumps to the viewers. Krish (Nithya Menen) is at her usual best with her delicate performance. Radha (Eesha Rebba) does a nice job and portrays natural emotions really nicely. Siva (Srinivas Avasarala) and Murli Sharma get meaty characters and excelled in their own manner. Priyadarshi adds humour touch to the film as he seems natural and entertains thoroughly. Right from the name cards into the end credits, everything about this film looks intriguing and fresh.
Cons of the Film
A couple patchy scenes at the first half slow down the speed of the film. A couple of unwanted scenes between Murli Sharma result in some slow pre-interval block. Awe is an out and out experimental film that doesn’t proceed by any typical norms and this may impact the run of the film in B and C centres. The film runs on an intricate storyline that might leave a couple of people confused about the true plot.
Overall, Awe is just one such experimentation that throws normal filmmaking from the window. The film runs on various genres and will definitely go well with the B and C centre viewers. Concept-based movies are the need of the hour in Tollywood and this movie is for people who whine Tollywood does not earn the best films. If you’re looking for something to experience different, “Awe” is the one to look out for this particular weekend.
Release Date – February 16, 2018
Cast – Kajal Aggarwal, Regina Cassandra, Nithya Menen, Srinivas Avasarala, Eesha Rebba, Murali Sharma
Director – Prashanth Varma
Producer – Nani,Prashanti Tipirneni
Music – Mark K. Robin
QLB News Rating – 3.5/5