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Oke Oka Jeevitham Movie Review: Due to his recent box office failures, actor Sharwanand is having a difficult time right now. He rapidly created a new idea movie called Oke Oka Jeevitham because his first picture, Aadavallu Meeku Johaarlu, was both critically and commercially unsuccessful (also known as Kanam in Tamil). You may find out if Sharwanand is successful in keeping moviegoers in the theatres by reading this in-depth review.


Oke Oka Jeevitham Movie Review


Adi, a singer, and musician who wants to stardom, experiences nervousness when performing in front of a large crowd. Two of his close friends, Seenu and Chaitu, are struggling with personal issues. A scientist who believes in the feasibility of time travel runs into these three friends. Adi decides to go back in time and make atonement when he is still mourning the death of his mother. The remainder of the book concentrates on how this decision will affect Adi, Seenu, and Chaitu.

Cast & Crew

Sharwanand, Ritu Varma, Amala Akkineni, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi, Nassar, Ali, Ravi Raghavendra, Yog Jappe, Madhunandan, Jay Adithya, Nithyaraj, and Hitesh are a few of the actors who appear in Oke Oka Jeevitham. Producers of the film are S R Prabhu and S R Prakash Babu, and Shree Karthick is in charge of directing. The score for the movie was written by Jakes Bejoy, and it was recorded by Sujith Sarang.

Movie Name Oke Oka Jeevitham
Director Shree Karthick
Music Director Jakes Bejoy
Producer S R Prakash Babu, S R Prabhu
Genre Science-Fiction, Drama
Cast Sharwanand, Ritu Varma, Amala Akkineni, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi, Nassar, Ali, Ravi Raghavendra, Yog Jappe, Madhunandan, Jay Adithya, Nithyaraj, & Hitesh
Cinematography Sujith Sarang

Movie Verdict

The Telugu language rarely has any science fiction movies. The first full-length Telugu movie to explore time travel is probably Aditya 369. It’s wonderful to mix things up a bit when we’re not exclusively viewing thrillers, dramas, and romantic comedies like Oke Oka Jeevitham. This movie has everything it needed to appeal to a broad spectrum of audiences, despite its time-traveling plot. The narrative of the movie, however, has certain flaws and can bore some viewers. The movie made a significant effort to explain time travel and fate.

The devoted son Adi is superbly portrayed by Sharwanand. He excels as an actor during dramatic scenes. Amala Akkineni returned to the Telugu cinema business after “Life Is Beautiful,” where she once again triumphed. Ritu Varma performed a superb job in the role despite not having much of a screen presence. ‘Vennela’ Kishore and Priyadarshi both did a great job acting their parts and brought some much-needed humor. Nasser is able to completely engross himself in his characters, which results in genuine-sounding performances. The supporting characters all performed admirably and helped the story along.

There are no technical issues with the movie. Jakes Bejoy’s songs Amma and Okate Kadha both have wonderful music. The music wonderfully complements the film’s mood. Behind the lens, Sujith Sarang performs a respectable job; some of the images really stand out. To stay under budget, some expenses must be reduced, but this is standard practice for time travel fiction because special effects are more expensive. The film’s production value is respectable.

The filmmaker, Shree Karthick, has a fantastic style of filming. The first film by this director did a terrific job with time travel, making the premise obvious and simple to understand.

Oke Oka Jeevitham, a Telugu film, is a highly effective attempt to combine the ideas of time travel and dramatic emotion. This movie merits a theatrical release due to its innovative content.

Plus Points:

Time travel concept


Actors performance

Minus Points:

Few stretched scenes

Rating: 3.75/5

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