Okkadu Migiladu Movie Review: Manchu Manoj’s intense war drama based on the Sri Lankan civil war, Okkadu Migiladu, is all set to hit the theaters on this Friday, 10th November. The unique backdrop, a riveting trailer, and Manoj’s hard work altogether generated a decent buzz for Okkadu Migiladu. Here is our honest Okkadu Migiladu Movie Review.
Main Roles: Manchu Manoj Kumar, Anisha Ambrose and Ajay Andrews
Director: Ajay Andrews Nuthakki
Producer: SN Reddy
Music: Siva R Nandigam
Genre: Action War Drama
Okkadu Migiladu Review & Story Plot:
Okkadu Migiladu Movie Story:
Okkadu Migiladu revolves around two such leaders, who have the same ideologies, their leadership, sacrifices, and unbelievable sea journey, which they survive only to live as refugees.
Surya (Manchu Manoj) and his friends are arrested and they are being tortured in a very violent way to make them sign for the false case of selling drugs. They never lose their ground and while they are being transferred to a rural police station, a constable (Posani Krishna Murali) helps them as he know their story. Then they reveal the story of Peter (Manchu Manoj) who is the leader of Srilankan Tamilians and his fight and struggle to give them a secured life. What is the story of Surya? What is the story of Peter? How are they connected? These questions for the rest of the story.
In the film, Manchu Manoj Kumar, who will be seen as Surya and Peter, Anisha Ambrose and Ajay Andrews are played the main lead roles along with Jennifer, Milind Gunaji, Suhasini Maniratnam and many others in supporting roles.
Okkadu Migiladu Movie Review:
Okkadu Migiladu ‘ is a futile attempt to depict the ordeal of Srilanka refugees who escape from Srilanka to reach India. The refugees’ boat journey covers entire 2nd half, their fight with Srilanka army covered in the first half. The excess of violence did not really impress the audiences to watch the film. With strong performances and better technical values, the film is getting Positive reviews allover.
Manchu Manoj did a nice job in portraying roles of Surya and Peter which are almost same in terms of aggression but are varied with the time and place they live. Manoj has done a great deal of research and extensive homework for the film.
The film’s cinematography is handled by V.K.Ramaraju. His camera work is nice and the framing is good. The screenplay by Gopi Mohan is gripping. The editing by Karthik Srinivas is okay but it could have been much better.
Okkadu Migiladu Movie Rating: 3.5*/5
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