The new film “Oke Oka Jeevitham,” starring the talented actor Sharwanand, premiered in theaters today. Sharwanand and his team were quite confident about this film. This project holds a lot of promise for the actor in particular. Will this movie live up to Shwaranand’s high expectations? Let’s check.
The plot of “Oke Oka Jeevitham” takes place against the backdrop of a Time Travel tale. This genre of science fiction film always piques viewers’ interest. As we get older, we become aware of the regrets and errors from the past that we are powerless to change. But what if we had the chance to alter the past so that we could undo the errors we committed? This phrase encapsulates the plot of this movie. This time travel story has infused the mother factor.
What were Seenu (Vennela Kishore), Adii (Sharwanand), and Chaitu’s (Priyadarshi) childhood errors? Can destiny be altered? What sort of issues did they run into during the time mission? It has to be seen on the screen.
The stories in Sharwanand’s films are solid, and he doesn’t pursue fame. Selecting an emotional film demonstrates great passion. Sharwanand has improved greatly in this film, his performance in this film speaks everything He gave life to emotional sequences. Amala reprised acting after ten long years with this film. Despite her long absence she acted brilliantly in this film. The viewer empathizes as they observe Sharwa and Amala’s relationship develop. Laughter can be seen on the screen thanks to Priyadarshi as Chaithu and Vennela Kishore as Shinu. Ritu Varma as Vaishnavi justified her role. This film greatly benefits from the versatility of actor Naseer, who played a scientist role.
Director Sri Karthik blended the time travel concept with a mother’s sentiment which leaves you teary-eyed. He intended the movie for a broad audience. He avoided using too much scientific jargon, which is a wise decision on the part of the director. The first half moves along extremely smoothly, full of love and laughter. However, the intermission gives the audience a shocking turn. The sentiments and emotions of mothers are covered in the second part.
The background score and music blended seamlessly. The touching song “Amma” was written by the late author Sirivennela Sitarama Shastri is greatly worked. Tarun Bhaskar’s dialogues are authentic. Sujith’s camera work is impressive.
What could have been better?
In his debut as a filmmaker, Sri Karthik has produced a solid film. But the story seems to go a little slowly. There is some question as to whether the filmmaker understood the rationale when the scientific aspects are taken into account. Some of the scenes you see on the screen don’t make sense. If you appreciate the film without questioning its rationale. The film will leave you feeling happy.