O Pitta Katha Movie review
Brahmaji's son Sanjay Rao made his debut with the film O Pitta Katha. Brahmaji promoted the film so well and managed to create unique curiosity around the film. Megastar Chiranjeevi attended the pre-release event of the movie. The film enjoyed a decent buzz but unfortunately, the film did not do well at the box-office. Here is the review of the film. Read on..
Venkata Lakshmi (Nithya Shetty) gets kidnapped. The cops receive a complaint and SI Brahmaji begins his investigation regarding the kidnap. Then comes Prabhu (Sanjay Rao) and another guy (Vishwanth) who seem to be suspects. How did Venkata Lakshmi gets kidnapped? What is the connection to the guys? What happens in the end? Forms the story of the film.
Vishwanth played the lead role in a lot of films in the past and he has got some experience in the same. He showed proper variations in his character but he needs to improve more. The same is the case with Sanjay Rao. With the debut film, Sanjay Rao is pretty much okay but he should work more on his skill and so he can become a great artist like his father. The heroine is very good in the film. Her looks are nice and she performed well in the movie too. Brahmaji played the role of a police officer and he is also good in the movie. The rest of the cast is good and made their presence felt in the movie.
The film's major highlight is the music. Praveen Lakkaraju is the music director of the film. His background score has helped the film a lot. The camera work is good too and his visuals are nice. The editing is okay. The film could have a much better pacy narrative structure. The film is very slow and it is a major complaint with the movie. The dialogues are good but did not fit in all situations. The direction is okay and he could have done better with the film's execution. The production values are okay.
Like the title suggests, the film tells a story but it is very thin. With a thin story, the director tried dragging a full thread of entertainment. The film has a good screenplay but the slow pace has ruined the film's graph. The film is not gripping and the suspense elements are not maintained well too. On the whole, O Pitta Katha is a film that has its shortcomings.