Okka Ammayi Thappa Movie ReviewJul 05, 2016 06:48 AM
Sundeep Kishan and Nitya Menen teamed up for the first time for the movie 'Okka Ammayi Thappa'. Writer Rajasimha Tadinada turned director with this movie. This film has hit the screens today. Read on to know if the film lives up to the expectations.
A group of terrorists plant a bomb on Hitech city flyover and hatches a plan to free their leader (Rahul Bose) from jail by creating a traffic jam on the flyover and threatening the government. Krishna (Sundeep Kishan), who is on his way to meet his childhood sweetheart Mango gets stuck in traffic on the same flyover. He meets heroine (Nitya Menen) there and falls in love with her. In a shocking turn of events, the terrorists' group gets Krishna's phone number and starts threatening him to help them explode the bomb. How Krishna manages to save everyone on the flyover forms the rest of the story.
Chota K Naidu's cinematography is a plus to the film. He does a very good job. The production values are ok. Mickey J Meyer's songs are BGM are good.
Sundeep Kishan does a good job in the lead role. He emotes well. Though Nitya Menen has a limited role, she does a fine job. Ravikishan as the terrorist group leader is ok. Comedians Thagubothu Ramesh, Prudhvi, Saptagiri etc are wasted. They hardly evoke any laughs.
Sundeep Kishan's peformance
Screenplay in second half
A couple of twists
Rajasimha Tadinada has been waiting for many years to direct this film and he does a fine job. But the first half should have been better. The screenplay in the second half is racy and there are some very good moments. Sundeep Kishan does a fine job in the lead role and Nitya Menen looks good opposite him. There are also references to JNU protests in the film and the dialogues are also good. The film is a decent watch.
First half thappa...the film is a decent thriller
Telugureporter.com Rating 2.75/5