Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi Review: A Slow Emotional Friendship Tale!

Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi Review: A Slow Emotional Friendship Tale!

Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi staring Ram Pothineni hits the scrrens today. The movie is a friendship centralized love story directed by Kishore Tirumala.

Energetic star Ram is looking for a good hit after disappointing audience as well astrade circles with his previous outing, Hyper. The young actor reunited with Nenu Shailaja director Kishore Tirumala for a youthful romantic entertainer Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi which has Anupama Parameshwaran and Lavanya Tripathi as the female leads.

The teasers and trailers promise a clean love story with friendship as the plot point. Actor Sree Vishnu is essaying a crucial role in the film. The audio album composed by Devi Sri Prasad has been making good waves and has also increased the hype on the film. After good round of promotions, the film is slated to hit the screens all over today( Oct 27th). Let’s see if Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi can give the much in need break to Ram.

Cast and Crew of Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi:

Vunnadi Okate Zindagi is a Telugu movie starring Ram Pothineni, Anupama Parameswaran and also Lavanya Tripathi in prominent roles. It is a romantic drama under the direction of Kishore Tirumala with Devi Sri Prasad as the musician, forming part of the crew. Krishna Chaitanya heads the bankrolling department meanwhile Sameer Reddy is handling Cinematography.

Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi Plot:

Abhiram (Ram Pothineni) is a consistent guy, no matter what life throws at him. Unnadi Okate Zindagi deals with three phases of his life like childhood, college life and also post-education life. The film tries to show an interesting concept that life is very simple, but we complicate it.

Report Card:

Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi is an emotional story – that highlights A true Friendship. This slice of life is the missing script in recent years’ films. While the main story point is successful in generating right emotions ,the slow narration plays the spoilsport in this otherwise very neat film !

Movie progresses very slow in first 30-40 mins , Engages the audience then onwards. 3 songs are very good, rest are pretty average. Ram , Anupama , Sri Vishnu have highlight performances. Lavanya tripathi lands just an average show. Dialogues are top notch, a major asset. Overall , Good film and appreciable attempt but commercial success depends on how youth will connect to this slow one. Meanwhile its a dire attempt for Ram Pothineni to regain his credentials the movie makes a good family watch.