Movie Review

Awe Movie Review

Banner Name: Wall Poster Cinema
Producer: Nani, Prashanti Tipirneni
Director: Prasanth Varma
User's Rating

8/10

Critic's Rating

8/10

1 User's Rated
Presented By: Wall Poster Cinema
Certified Type:  U / A
Music Director: Mark K.Robin
Editor: Goutham Nerusu
Language: Telugu
Art Director: Sahi Suresh
Story Writer: Prasanth Varma
Sensor Board: CBFC
Cinematographer: Karthik Ghattamaneni
Story Details
Radha( Eesha Rebba), Krish( Nithya Menen), Siva( Srinivas Avasarala) and Meera(Regina) are people with different mindsets who are held up with their own tensions in life.
In between all this, Kali(Kajal Aggarwal) enters the scene with her own set of problems. All these people are connected through an interesting storyline which is only revealed during the climax. Well, how all this is showcased through an interesting screenplay forms the rest of the story.
Others Comment:
It would be only fair to say that Awe offers a shocking experience to the viewers. This movie boasts of an ensemble star cast who bring a unique vibe to the movie. The lead actors carry the movie on their shoulders and do complete justice to their roles. The opening shots in the movie are outstanding and give goosebumps to the audience. Nithya Menen is at her usual best with her subtle performance. Eesha Rebba does a fine job and portrays natural emotions really well. A few patchy scenes in the first half slow down the tempo of the movie. A few unwanted scenes involving Murli Sharma lead to a slow pre-interval block. Awe is an out and out experimental movie which doesn’t go by any regular norms and this can affect the run of the movie in B and C centers. The movie runs on a complex storyline which may leave a few people confused about the actual plot.
Critics Rating:

Technical Department

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Direction 8
Editor 8
Casting Producer 9
Art Department 8
Music Director 7

Technical Department

Rating
Story Department 8
Choreography 7
Cinematography 8
Graphics 7
Field Publicity 8
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