Okkadu Migiladu Movie Review - Rating 3.5 / 5
Okkadu Migiladu Review & Rating
Cast: Manchu Manoj, Anisha Ambrose, Milind Gunaji, Posani Krishna Murali and others
Director: Ajay Andrews
Music Director: Siva R Nandigam
Release date: 10th November 2017
Despite the fact that Manchu Manoj can be hailed as one of the finest performing artists in Tollywood, a major break is dodging him since his introduction days. Manoj, who hasn't scored a blockbuster till date, has stuck every one of his expectations on 'Okkadu Migiladu' which he named as his best work to date.
After a few stresses and delays, the motion picture has at last hit the screens today. We should perceive what the film is about and whether it can offer the genuinely necessary reprieve to Manoj or not.
Surya (Manoj) is an understudy pioneer who battles against the charged suicide of his companions. Be that as it may, he alongside his companions get captured for no blame of theirs gets exchanged to a rustic Police Station. The story brings off with Manoj portraying their story the compassionate constable (Posani).
It's the battle of an outcast pioneer Peter (Manoj) for his kin who are named as evacuees both by India and Sri Lanka and their battle for presence. Are Peter and Surya one and the same or they have any connection with each other is whatever is left of the story.
Performance: Manchu Manoj is unquestionably the fundamental resource of the film. He has put everything that is in him and heart into the characters of Surya and Peter and strolls with every one of the shrubs.
Anisha Ambrose as a columnist is very great.
Posani Krishna Murali as Policeman with a decent heart is taking care of business.
The executive Ajay Andrews who assumed the part of Victor is exceptionally amazing.
Banerjee is marvelous.
Suhasini Maniratnam has packed away yet another great part and she has done finish equity to the part.
Few Thought-provoking dialogues
On the whole, 'Okkadu Migiladu' is a great attempt to throw a light on the struggles faced by the refugees. But, the director has failed to execute the story and makes it a tedious watch.
Final Say: Manoj's hard work goes wasted and another big disappointment for him.