Average Critics Rating: 3
Average Critics Rating: 3
Needi Naadi Oke Katha Full Movie Review
Cast: Sri Vishnu, Satna Titus
Director: Venu Udugula
Music: Suresh Bobbili
Producer: KrishnaVijay, Prashanti
Banner: Aran Media
Runtime: 121 min
Sagar(Sri Vishnu) is an under performing student who struggles to live up to father’s expectations. He continues to study in the same class as his 3 year younger sister. Perhaps, he’s honest enough to admit it.His father (Devi Prasad) is a teacher who firmly believes that only well educated people lead respected life in the society and looks down upon other professions. Sagar takes help of Dharmika (Satna) who is a brilliant student. However disciplined and motivated Sagar gets, he couldn’t get through exams out of fear and stress. One fine day, he confesses to his father that he would want to drop out of graduation. What would be father’s reaction? Will Sagar continue his education?
Needi Naadi Oke Katha is mirror reflection of current society where people are subjected to consistent stress to improve their social status in life. Mainly, it deals with woes of students who are under pressure from marks obsessive parents to deliver it in the competitive world. Needi Naadi Oke Katha also addresses the widening gap between the white collar professions and the working class.
Needi Naadi Oke Katha is a well written script with an engaging screenplay. Its like peeping into our own lives or neighbourhood window. The film is made realistic with out any cinematic extras. First half establishes hero’s character, his struggles evoke fun. His consultation of a personality development motivator and other efforts continue till interval where he breaks the ice before his father. Second half gets heavy with emotion with father – son ideology clash. Family sentiment and drama drives the film into a feel of melancholy that moves many to tears and leave the theatre with an overwhelming sense.
Needi Naadi Oke Katha Review
Dealing with very common household problem that has been aggravated in recent decades with growing corporate style schools. Needi Naadi Oke Katha connects to most of the youth especially students. Well penned hard-hitting and thought provoking dialogues create a deep impact and haunt for a long. Brilliant performances by the actors with realistic makes it a cult.
Director Venu Udugula makes the film honest to the script. Needi Naadi Oke Katha is made on Dogme95 technique, a Danish filmmaking movement where no high end equipment is used in the process. The film’s success is expected to pave a new path and revolutionise Telugu cinema. Director essentially achieves to present the characters lively that the emotions have worked out really well. Music adds to the essence of the movie. Indigenous songs have been ruling the roost. DOP has excelled in way he cranked the lens.
Sri Vishnu delivers an award winning performance. His Rayalaseema slang may tickle for a while, but after a time we get so connected to the character feeling the pain. Satna Titus is apt in her role. Father character is key in the film, Devi Prasad is upto the mark. Nara Rohith makes a cameo appearance.
Bottom-line: Needi Naadi Oke Katha – enlightening entertainer, a must watch!
Leave your valuable feedback on Needi Naadi Oke Kadha movie review